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... Vitamin D affects brain function. There is at least one study that proves that Vitamin D deficiency results in impaired brain function. People who spent time in the sun had more serum LH than those who stayed indoors. ... (9 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)
... Can you tell me more about Vitamin D deficiency in relation to low testosterone? ... (5 replies)

... This means testosterone replacement or HCG or both. HCG will keep your testicles working so they do not atrophy. This means it will keep them from shrinking and most likely keep you fertile in case that is a concern. HCG does not work for everyone sufficiently but it works for most. ... (18 replies)
... TSH, and prolactin. ... (5 replies)
... Thats quite a story. I was always under the impression if you had empty sella that your pituitary would eventually cease to function but I did some reading and see I'm wrong on that. Your estradiol seems pretty good although if and when you get your testosterone up to normal it may push the estradiol too high. ... (9 replies)
... You need to determine why your T level is so low. That is very low especially for your age. You need to test LH, FSH, TSH, estradiol, total estrogen and vitamin D along with total and free T to start with. From these tests you will be able to tell if you suffer from primary or secondary hypogonadism. ... (3 replies)
... something was wrong. Anyway, your LH and FSH are not high which indicates to me you may have secondary hypogonadism meaning the pituitary is not sending enough LH to tell your testicles to make enough T. ... (41 replies)
... FSH is a better indicator than LH of having secondary hypogonadism. Secondary is where LH is low or normal while T is low. FSH is a better indicator because it has a longer half life in the blood than LH. ... (37 replies)
Low T level
Feb 3, 2007
... TSH and vitamin D. The TSH is for hypothyroidism. There is a lot of disagreement amoung doctors as to what is normal for TSH. It should definitely be under 4 and under 3 is better. Hypothyroidisme can be one cause of low T. ... (4 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. ... (30 replies)
Jan 23, 2007
... is too low for your age. I don't know if it is low enough to explain your fatigue or not since your libido etc. is ok. Is she also testing your TSH, T4 and T3 to rule out hypothyroidism? ... (45 replies)
Hormone imbalance
Dec 13, 2012
... low T is generally a sign of poor testicular T production. ... (1 replies)
... Patient is a 43 year old lifetime nonsmoking male who fathered a male child in August of 2003, wife had two prior miscarriages. Alcohol intake is infrequent. ... (56 replies)

Associated Tags: erectile dysfunction, fsh, hormonal imbalance, hormone therapy, testosterone replacement

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