please critique my bloodwork, need feedback
- 03-29-2011, 01:10 PM
please critique my bloodwork, need feedback
My AST is 45 which is above the limit of 40
My ALT is 72 which is above the litmit of 60
My urea nitrogen is 29 which is above the limit of 25
my BUN/creatinine ratio is 24.4 which above the limit of 22
My A/G ratio is 2.3 which above the limit of 2.1
Both my white blood cell and red blood cell counts are on the very low side of normal as well as my platelet count.
My hematocrit and hemoglobin is alos a little lower than id like.
Also my total Testosterone is only 141 and my total free testosterone is only 18.3. My FSH is <.7 and my LH is literally non exsistent at <.2
I have been on androgel now for 2 months which is why im guessing my LH is gone (even though ti was never there to begin with) and my T levels are barely higher than they were. Any idea why?
Also my mom insists that I am having these problems because of using whey protein and preworkouts as well as vitamins ( i take fish oil ADAM multi, glucosamine, coQ10, vit D, and Vit C)
Do you guys think that I would have these elevated liver enzymes and other problems because of supplement use? Its not like i take anythign out of the ordinary.
Any other ideas of what could be causing this? overtraining? Im jsut so confused and scared, liek I put so much tiem and effort into being healthy and in hshape and I get this bad news on my bloodwork, its jsut so frustrating and scary.
Thank you for any input you can give....REPS!
- 03-29-2011, 03:35 PM
I suggest you seek a medical professional to get an MRI to check for pituitary issues.
You need more extensive lab work in the area of adrenal, thyroid, and estrodial level.
So many people think what we do is healthy, but it is the most damage one can do to there bodies when it is done in an unbalanced way.
03-29-2011, 04:37 PM
You have almost the same problems i had (still do to extent).My doctor (old doctor)put me on armour thyroid and a t-cream i felt alittle better at first but i only felt better when i took two weeks off from training and changed my diet.Went from low carb low fat with everyday training to doing cardio 4days a week and lifting 5days and eating a more balanced diet of carbs,healthy fats,and lean protein.I was overtrained and under eating.Matrix will be your best bet to get fixed up.Time for some R&R i'd say.
03-29-2011, 08:58 PM
well i do see an endo now and i am on adrogel 5g a day but in the 2 months ive been on it my t has only gone up about 50.... i eat anywhere form 2800-3300 cals a day so at 150 i dont see how i could be under eating....... I eat high protein moderate carb pretty high fat.... 300 protein, 250-300 carb, round 100 fat
03-29-2011, 09:02 PM
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03-31-2011, 07:25 AM
1. Ask your self why this occured examining factors that may have caused this through indept questioning
2. Once potential causes are identified address them next
3. Look at the data From proper clinical testing along with personal information to come up with proper therapeutic protocol.
I have used several differnt approaches but they are based individually
03-31-2011, 03:19 PM
deep in my mind I feel like it is overtraining, but I have taken deload weeks and nothign has changed, and i jsut cant bring myself to not doing any type of activity for 1-2 weeks straight it jsut seems completely wrong when my goal is to be helathy and improve my body, u know what im sayin........I had been hospitalized about 1.5 years ago due to my weight getting extremely low due to everexercise and I feel that that may have been what caused it, but im back up to a healthy wieght (150) so i dont see why my body has not rebounded if that was the case.... I just wanna get bigger and stronger and it sliek im jsut spinning my wheels......anyone u ask will tell u , I work harder than anyone they know and eat like a beast, im 100% focused and dedicated but yet my gains are minimal of at all existent, It liek i put my heart and soul into this **** and get nuttin out of it its so frustrating.
03-31-2011, 10:00 PM
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