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... Could it be the thyriod or low Vit D that is causing this? ... (5 replies)
... ymptoms 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 this board, I hope you could help me and save me some money if I don't really need to visit a doctor, and if I just need natural foods and remedies to increase FSH naturally. ... (7 replies)

... r 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)
... I see Dr. Eugene Shippen and he tested me for vit D and told me that can cause low T in some cases but he did not elaborate. Vitamin D is not really a vitamin but it is a hormone. It is a building block for many of the hormones your body makes. So if low it can effect your bodies ability to make hormones..... ... (5 replies)
... Can you tell me more about Vitamin D deficiency in relation to low testosterone? ... (5 replies)
... vitamin D 25 OH, TSH......gosh I have forgotten the whole list of things to check. ... (12 replies)
... Make sure you rule out the other possible causes that can be treated separately. These include high estradiol or total estrogen, vitamin D deficiency, hemochromatosis (iron overload) and hypothyroidism. Test for estradiol, total estrogen, vit D 25 OH, iron, ferritin, TIBC, saturation % (these last 4 are a basic anemia panel) , TSH, and prolactin. Once you have exhausted... (5 replies)
... I would check out the other known causes. These include hemochromatosis, vitamin D deficiency, hypothyroidism, excess estrogen (estradiol in particular). 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. HCG will keep... (18 replies)
... What sticks out to me is the vitamin D deficiency. I would like to see your LH higher than it is but LH is sent out in pulses and has a very short half life. FSH is usually a better measure because FSH has a much longer half life. Your FSH is quite high. ... (9 replies)
... Though the total testosterone seems to be normal but my LH and FSH are low. I reverified my LH and FSH from another laboratory today and the values seem to show secondary hypogonadism. ... (10 replies)
Low testesterone
Oct 9, 2006
... stimulating it to make more LH and FSH. LH stimulates the testicles to make more T, FSH to make more sperm. Once the T level rises the hypothalmus will sense this and LH and FSH levels will drop. It is a control loop. ... (11 replies)
Low T and Low B12
Aug 28, 2007
... The dr. wants to start vitamin d now and do more b12 testing. ... (7 replies)
... Vitamin D 31. ... (15 replies)
Low T questions
Mar 27, 2007
... Your LH and FSH are also too low. The best treatment for you would be either clomid or HCG but you need total estrogen and estradiol tests done. ... (28 replies)
... so started 4000IU which bring up to 32 . Can vitamin be reason of low testosterone or vice verse ? ... (7 replies)
... Thanks a lot for your reply. I found a new doctor and they ordered testing for cortisol, prolactin, estradiol, Vitamin D, another testosterone reading, and T3 for my thyroid. ... (2 replies)
... wrong, but Estrogen binds receptors on the hypothalamus which signals the pituitary through negative feedback to produce less of the hormones, LH and FSH. The FSH signals the testicles to produce sperm. LH signals the testes to produce testosterone. That is how high E2 can keep your sperm count and T levels low. ... (12 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)
... 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)

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