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... 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)
... 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)
... E2 ration of 6. ... (9 replies)

... that can point you in the right direction to address your problem. ... (17 replies)
... Welcome to Healthboards. This is a great site and I hope you find your time here beneficial. Many here have diverse experiences, thus, can offer lots of support and guidance. ... (14 replies)
... basically I have been eating like a diabetic. Google it, you will find links to low testosterone and high blood sugar. Some studies seem to indicate low testosterone causes high blood sugar. Other studies say high blood sugar causes low testosterone. ... (12 replies)
Low testosterone ?
Jul 23, 2006
... When you have low testosterone it is called hypogonadism. The hypothalmus and pituitary in the brain sense the testosterone level in the blood and if low should send out more LH to stimulate the testicles to make more T. ... (8 replies)
... Can estradiol levels vary greatly in a short period of time? ... (21 replies)
... I went to the Dr today and gave four blood samples for all the tests you mentioned and probably more. I also gave blood to have my Thyroid tested again yesterday. ... (14 replies)
... if LH and FSH are low what can be done long term to stimulate pituitary to make more of each? ... (14 replies)
... You must first try to determine the cause of the low T by additional blood tests for LH, FSH, prolactin, cortisol, thyroid, SHBG and DHEAS. ... (14 replies)
... Have noticed lots of changes especcially in the last couple of months. I had test done on all standard blood test were fine triglyc were a little high but fine. ... (3 replies)
... I agree with anyman... But!! while I agree Shippens book is a great source of info, your doctor most likely will not take it seriously. ... (20 replies)
... There are companies you can find online that let you order your own blood tests and the prices are reasonable. Search for them. ... (1 replies)
... throughout the body. All of these hormones can affect one another. ... (3 replies)
... down, thinking that it's simply their lot in life to feel this way. ... (26 replies)
... I have read this as well as it being an Estrogen regulator along with the dopamine connection and some stuff about receptors but most of what I read is that it increases the Pituitary's production of LH, with a negligible decrease in FSH. ... (21 replies)
... In regards to the hemochromatosis, is that caused by high iron? ... (4 replies)
Low testosterone
Jul 10, 2007
... It is very possible for a loss of weight to increase T. Here is the scenario for that. Fat cells excrete aromatase enzyme. Armoatase converts T into estradiol. ... (13 replies)
... Jinxy you are right on target. Best not to jump in without all the facts. All men, however, should supplement with Zinc unless they have regular diet of oysters. ... (47 replies)


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