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Low Testosterone?
Jun 30, 2010
... is much too low for a 23 year old. The range you were given is not just for your age, but for all men. The lower end might be appropriate for an 80 year old. ... (2 replies)
... For several years I've been depressed, tired and week. I've gain weight in the last couple of years, and also have had severe migraines. My sexual drive is almost gone, and it's very hard to keep an erection. ... (1 replies)
... If he started at a level of 360 that is probably too low for a 39 year old but it is within the lab range. Howver the lab ranges are for adult males of all ages from 16 to 99 to they are not relavant for a 39 year old. Androgel is extremely expensive if you pay cash for it. ... (30 replies)

Low Testosterone
Jan 8, 2010
... big shoulders. Because of depression and now we find out, low t, he has had problems with weight. The endocrinologist that we are seeing is having him stay off his shots for 2 weeks. ... (7 replies)
... I think you're on to something about the high glucose and low testosterone. I have low t and my HgbA1c was mildly elevated, the HgbA1c gives an average of the glycosylated hemoglobin in the blood for the past few months. In any case.. ... (12 replies)
... Sorry for the long post, but just wanted to get across the So called Supplemnts say they do. Like I said the Lump Showed up Months before I started taking any of these. So I would think they had nothing to do with the Lump in the first place. But might have messed up the first blood tests results. ... (12 replies)
... vels before, and you obviously created enough sperm to have your first child. So with a little help from your doctor, I am sure you can find a reasonable method of increasing sperm count. ... (12 replies)
... vels before, and you obviously created enough sperm to have your first child. So with a little help from your doctor, I am sure you can find a reasonable method of increasing sperm count. ... (12 replies)
... likely know the cause until you get to the bottom of your problems. ... (86 replies)
... Can you tell me more about Vitamin D deficiency in relation to low testosterone? ... (5 replies)
... Make sure you rule out the other possible causes that can be treated separately. ... (5 replies)
... It doesn't seem that either of you have addressed Cortisol. Just becuase your Cortisol is low, doesn't mean it's not responsible for your low Testosterone. ... (92 replies)
... The doctor who says 250 is mid range for T levels is way out of line. Maybe for a 100 year old man that would be mid range. I will post a list of possible issues living for long periods on low T can cause. But first I want to address the low LH and FSH question. ... (18 replies)
... You really need to find out why you have low T before you know how to treat it correctly. ... (30 replies)
... Many of your symptoms can be related to low testosterone. I'm glad to see you had your thyroid checked and it looks normal to me too. Another possible causes could be low in vitamin D and I would suggest having it checked. There are diff. ... (2 replies)
... n find answers from people who know. It's not being unsensitive at all and it just annoys me when people like you say things like that, Im trying to find out the causes of my problems thats all. ... (26 replies)
... I am a 60 year old male with low testosterone. My doctor put me on testosterone cypionate 200mg, every 2 weeks. Also taking HCG, 500 units 2 times a week. Started a month ago. ... (3 replies)
... My husband is 33 years old and has low testosterone. We found this out in February of this year. ... (26 replies)
... I don't think eating sour or bitter things most likely has much to do with it. However, it appears your estrogen being high is very possibly your problem. Why it is high is a mystery at this point, so maybe your diet is involved but who knows. Remember, there are several estrogens. ... (22 replies)
... ced at the same time as cortisol in the adrenal glands and is controlled by ATCH from the pituitary. DHEA decreases with age and it has been shown that in women low or high DHEA blood levels are statistically associated with increased mortality. ... (20 replies)


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