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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)
... Can you tell me more about Vitamin D deficiency in relation to low testosterone? ... (5 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)

... Do you exercise enough and do you get enough sleep? ... (7 replies)
... Do you exercise enough and do you get enough sleep? ... (2 replies)
... There's many different reasons why you are suffering with low desire and brain fog. At age 24 you should be at the peak age in terms of free testosterone, so you're libido and concentration should be at it's best. ... (22 replies)
... I will get it tested again, likely this Saturday. I can only hope and pray the drop was temporary and at least, will not prevent us from starting a family. Until now, we have not been trying to conceive consciously but haven't used protection for quite some time. ... (5 replies)
... will tell you, do not rush into making hasty decisions on TRT as it is a lifetime decision, as you are already aware. As you said you had normal levels before, and you obviously created enough sperm to have your first child. ... (12 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)
... Make sure you rule out the other possible causes that can be treated separately. ... (5 replies)
... There in lies where you need a new doc, the ranges cannot be looked at independently. E may be in middle of range but not when your t is so low. A good doc knows it a ratio.... T to E If your t was at a higher level then your e might be ok but not when it's so low. ... (23 replies)
... Most doctors don't have a clue how to handle this except to give T replaement. You do need to find out why the T is low or you have no idea what is the proper treatment to give. ... (3 replies)
... Most likely you will fall into the category most people do of no known cause. In this case you must treat the disease symptoms rather than its cause. This means testosterone replacement or HCG or both. ... (18 replies)
... I was on these but stopped 2 days before the first test. Then when the lump started to grow more. I started it up again. It seemed to reduce the swelling and pain from the Lump. Ran out 2 weeks before the 2nd Blood Test. ... (12 replies)
How to grow taller
Apr 13, 2005
... Mainly growth hormone controls your growth but testosterone signals when it ends because it causes the ends of bones to mature and stop growing. ... (1 replies)
... Its not likely they would notice a pituitary adenoma unless they were looking for it. They tend to be small and hard to see anyway. Also, I think they need to use contrasting agent to see it many times. Did you have contrasting agent injected half way thru your MRI? ... (92 replies)

Associated Tags: blood tests, brain fog, erectile disfunction, estradil, estrogen, libido in men, low testosterone, prolactin, testim, testoserone, testosterone, trying to conceive, tsh

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