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    Blood Work: Some questions


    Hello everyone!

    I've just been a blast, finalized in two months that I used T enanthate, trenbolone and stanozolol.

    Five days after the last shot of T enanthate, I returned the TRT with a shot of Sustanon 250 mg every 7 days. After 40 days on the cruise did blood work.

    Please see the main points of my blood work:

    FREE TESTOSTERONE
    Result: 47.8 PG / ML
    Reference: 20 MEN IN A 39 YEARS: A 8.8 27.0 PICOG / ML

    TESTOSTERONE TOTAL
    Result: 12.15 NG / ML
    Reference: The 2.8 8.0 NG / ML

    T is very high. I was thinking of doing two shots with 50mg of cyp a week to try to reach 25/700.

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    SHBG
    Result: 2.5 nmol / L
    Reference: 13 A 71

    I do not understand why SHBG levels did not rise any explanation?

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    FREE CORTISOL
    Result: 39.1 MCG/24H
    Volume: 3150 ML
    Reference: 21 A 111 MCG/24H

    This may be a sign of over / stress? I was told that low cortisol may be a second phase of the over / stress in the the level is rising and falling. What would affect the thyroid and E2 up, what do you think?


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    T3
    Result: 49.54 NG / DL
    Reference: 75 A 220 NG / DL

    T4
    Result: 3.45 UG / DL
    Reference: A 4.50 13.00 UG / DL

    TSH
    Result: 2.60 uIU / ML
    Reference: A 0.27 5.00 uIU / ML

    This is the point that worries me most. My thyroid has been bad for using clenbuterol, ephedrine, steroids, etc.. Now the problem may have been aggravated by the over / stress, poor diet and lack of iodine (I need to explore more about this in the works)It would be possible to reverse this situation? Would like information only for information, while not returning to my doctor (1 week).

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    PROLACTIN
    Result: 25.02 NG / ML
    Reference: 2.6 A 13.1 NANOG / ML

    PROGESTERONE
    Result: 1.03 NG / ML
    Reference: 0.2 A 1.4 NANOG / ML

    Here too, something interesting happened. The increased PRL and PRG remained low. This may be due to lack of dopamine caused by over / stress?

    ---------------

    Some papers are not ready yet: DHT, IGF-1, IGF-BP3, DHT, SDHEA, PSA, semen analysis. Everyone else is fine.This week I started the work to reduce E2. I will use letrozole 0.6mg e3d for 15 days, then 0.4mg for 15 days. After 20-30 days I will make new blood work to

    check levels.

    Reviews, opinions and subestões are welcome.

    All the best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tijolo View Post
    Hello everyone!

    I've just been a blast, finalized in two months that I used T enanthate, trenbolone and stanozolol.

    Five days after the last shot of T enanthate, I returned the TRT with a shot of Sustanon 250 mg every 7 days. After 40 days on the cruise did blood work.

    Please see the main points of my blood work:

    FREE TESTOSTERONE
    Result: 47.8 PG / ML
    Reference: 20 MEN IN A 39 YEARS: A 8.8 27.0 PICOG / ML

    TESTOSTERONE TOTAL
    Result: 12.15 NG / ML
    Reference: The 2.8 8.0 NG / ML

    T is very high. I was thinking of doing two shots with 50mg of cyp a week to try to reach 25/700.

    ---------------

    SHBG
    Result: 2.5 nmol / L
    Reference: 13 A 71

    I do not understand why SHBG levels did not rise any explanation?

    ---------------

    FREE CORTISOL
    Result: 39.1 MCG/24H
    Volume: 3150 ML
    Reference: 21 A 111 MCG/24H

    This may be a sign of over / stress? I was told that low cortisol may be a second phase of the over / stress in the the level is rising and falling. What would affect the thyroid and E2 up, what do you think?


    ---------------

    T3
    Result: 49.54 NG / DL
    Reference: 75 A 220 NG / DL

    T4
    Result: 3.45 UG / DL
    Reference: A 4.50 13.00 UG / DL

    TSH
    Result: 2.60 uIU / ML
    Reference: A 0.27 5.00 uIU / ML

    This is the point that worries me most. My thyroid has been bad for using clenbuterol, ephedrine, steroids, etc.. Now the problem may have been aggravated by the over / stress, poor diet and lack of iodine (I need to explore more about this in the works)It would be possible to reverse this situation? Would like information only for information, while not returning to my doctor (1 week).

    --------------


    PROLACTIN
    Result: 25.02 NG / ML
    Reference: 2.6 A 13.1 NANOG / ML

    PROGESTERONE
    Result: 1.03 NG / ML
    Reference: 0.2 A 1.4 NANOG / ML

    Here too, something interesting happened. The increased PRL and PRG remained low. This may be due to lack of dopamine caused by over / stress?

    ---------------

    Some papers are not ready yet: DHT, IGF-1, IGF-BP3, DHT, SDHEA, PSA, semen analysis. Everyone else is fine.This week I started the work to reduce E2. I will use letrozole 0.6mg e3d for 15 days, then 0.4mg for 15 days. After 20-30 days I will make new blood work to

    check levels.

    Reviews, opinions and subestões are welcome.

    All the best!
    SHBG is low because Stanozolol have worked as you planned.

    Make sure that you check your hemoglobin level.
    If over 16.5 do phlebotomy.


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    FREE CORTISOL
    Result: 39.1 MCG/24H
    Volume: 3150 ML
    Reference: 21 A 111 MCG/24H
    ---------------
    T3
    Result: 49.54 NG / DL
    Reference: 75 A 220 NG / DL

    T4
    Result: 3.45 UG / DL
    Reference: A 4.50 13.00 UG / DL

    TSH
    Result: 2.60 uIU / ML
    ----
    PROLACTIN
    Result: 25.02 NG / ML
    Reference: 2.6 A 13.1 NANOG / ML
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    Low Total(24hr) cortisol
    Lot T4 & T3
    mildly high TSH
    mildly high prolactin
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    Your pituitary is not asking for more TSH and instead is producing too much prolactin.

    Do pituitary MRI.

    Assuming that nothing is found there.................

    You will need

    #2 figure out and regulate your cortisol
    #3 figure out and regulate your thyroid

    but before you start with #2 you must do #1

    You must figure out and adjust your nutrition status.
    Assuming that you are otherwise a healthy person you will need few tests.
    Based on those tests you will be able to put together proper list of supplements that will be unique to your needs.

    It would be a good idea if you could drop all supplements that you are taking now.
    ============================== ==

    Before we would go into more details it would be a good idea if you post all your tests for the last 5 years and describe what are your good sides and bad sides.

    Scan an post all pages of all reports.
    I will make a summary table for you.

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    I do not monitor this side to often, if you want to reach me, use PM.
    There is no charges for any of my opinions.
    I am not a doctor, I am 70yo who takes care of my self and see no problems with sharing information.

    Your biggest immediate problems is

    to find out your Hbg, hemoglobin level
    because high testosterone sometimes raises Hgb

    You probably are feeling like a s*it

    bad nutrients---low cortisol---low thyroid

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    Quote Originally Posted by JanSz View Post
    SHBG is low because Stanozolol have worked as you planned.

    Make sure that you check your hemoglobin level.
    If over 16.5 do phlebotomy.
    I really thought about it, but I was in doubt about the effects of stanozolol used IM on SHBG. However I drank twice stanozolol by problems in applications. In this case I had heard about this effect of reduced levels of SHBG.

    My hemoglobin level is 14.9.

    Quote Originally Posted by JanSz View Post
    ////
    FREE CORTISOL
    Result: 39.1 MCG/24H
    Volume: 3150 ML
    Reference: 21 A 111 MCG/24H
    ---------------
    T3
    Result: 49.54 NG / DL
    Reference: 75 A 220 NG / DL

    T4
    Result: 3.45 UG / DL
    Reference: A 4.50 13.00 UG / DL

    TSH
    Result: 2.60 uIU / ML
    ----
    PROLACTIN
    Result: 25.02 NG / ML
    Reference: 2.6 A 13.1 NANOG / ML
    ========================

    Low Total(24hr) cortisol
    Lot T4 & T3
    mildly high TSH
    mildly high prolactin
    ============================== ========================
    Quote Originally Posted by JanSz View Post
    Your pituitary is not asking for more TSH and instead is producing too much prolactin.

    Do pituitary MRI.

    Assuming that nothing is found there.................
    The high level of prolactin is due to the use of Tren 110mg EOD for 8 weeks. The pituitary is okay.
    Quote Originally Posted by JanSz View Post
    You will need

    #2 figure out and regulate your cortisol
    #3 figure out and regulate your thyroid

    but before you start with #2 you must do #1

    You must figure out and adjust your nutrition status.
    Assuming that you are otherwise a healthy person you will need few tests.
    Based on those tests you will be able to put together proper list of supplements that will be unique to your needs.

    It would be a good idea if you could drop all supplements that you are taking now.
    ============================== ==
    I'm working on this. My previous diet was deficient in vitamins and minerals, and with insufficient amount of good fats. With the changes I'm feeling better.
    Quote Originally Posted by JanSz View Post
    Before we would go into more details it would be a good idea if you post all your tests for the last 5 years and describe what are your good sides and bad sides.

    Scan an post all pages of all reports.
    I will make a summary table for you.

    ============================== ====
    Unfortunately I have no history of my exams. Even by not doing serious work of health control. I know this sucks and I regret this oversight, and I intend to do everything right from now on.
    Quote Originally Posted by JanSz View Post
    You probably are feeling like a s*it

    bad nutrients---low cortisol---low thyroid

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    In the first two weeks of cruise, and I felt the drop in T levels and high levels of E2. He had strange thoughts, I felt very angry, moody, etc..

    In the last 6-7 weeks I've been feeling very well. I do not feel tired, libido is good, mood is good, etc.

    Now I need help on these points:

    # 2 figured out your cortisol and Regulate
    # 3 figured out your thyroid and Regulate

    Thank you for helping JanSz!
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    TESTOSTERONE TOTAL
    Result: 12.15 NG / ML
    Reference: The 2.8 8.0 NG / ML

    SHBG
    Result: 2.5 nmol / L
    Reference: 13 A 71

    Quote Originally Posted by Tijolo View Post
    I really thought about it, but I was in doubt about the effects of stanozolol used IM on SHBG. However I drank twice stanozolol by problems in applications. In this case I had heard about this effect of reduced levels of SHBG.

    My hemoglobin level is 14.9
    At this time I worry most about hemoglobin (Hbg).
    It is acceptable, actually little low.
    If you are able to arrange, you could use iron study.

    Yes you should not use Stanozolol (and for a time) reduce (drastically) testosterone dose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tijolo View Post
    The high level of prolactin is due to the use of Tren 110mg EOD for 8 weeks. The pituitary is okay.
    I hope that you are correct. In that case do not use Tren.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tijolo View Post
    I'm working on this. My previous diet was deficient in vitamins and minerals, and with insufficient amount of good fats. With the changes I'm feeling better.
    Diet we may discuss latter.
    Vitamins, minerals, micronutrients are newer good enough if done by feel.
    See below;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tijolo View Post
    Now I need help on these points:

    # 2 figured out your cortisol and Regulate
    # 3 figured out your thyroid and Regulate

    Thank you for helping JanSz!
    You are welcome;

    You must be prepared for regulation of cortisol & thyroid.
    You must get your vitamins, minerals, micronutrients adjusted properly othervise you will not be succesful.

    You should do tests at Spectracell and Genova Diagnostics,
    and
    build your list of supplements using results of those tests.

    Next you will do tests at LabCorp or Quest Diagnostics to asses adrenals and thyroid and plan further actions.
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    You can buy them cash, no doctor involved
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    To get Spectracell tested (and to get insurance reimbursement)*
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    Intracellular Vitamin Analysis by Spectracell
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    Lipoprotein Particle Comprehensive Panel Blood Test by Spectracell
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    Price: $226.00 SKU GENO163

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    Thyroid will be low because it stimulates testosterone. What is the problem? Are you feeling bad or something? It is useless to post these lab results if you have no feedback on how you are feeling and where you want to be.
  

  
 

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