Just got put on TRT at 27?
10-22-2012 12:30 PM
The test was taken 10/20/2012
10-22-2012 12:45 PM
Great LH and FSH numbers, you are not secondary. Nice E2.
But now, we need SHBG and DHEAs, to be sure it is just your testes.
Look like you need restart protocol.
10-22-2012 04:38 PM
I do not see SHBG or DHEA on either the test the doctor ordered or the test I got done by following the instructions on the bloodwork sticky. Is it recommended to go get those tested now as well?
I will start researching the restart protocol. Thank you!
10-22-2012 06:11 PM
LH is normal yet testosterone is low. If I were you check with an urologist. Your gonads are not working right.
Originally Posted by imminent
You can also check SHBG but lest levels are a bit too low to be that but you never know.
Did you ever had bladder infection or a trauma down there?
The thing is that your pituitary has recovered from the dbol. It is very unlikely that your nuts got shut down from a month on dbol possible but highly unlikely. Before I would do anything def check with an urologist to rule out as mentioned above infection and somekind of disease.
10-22-2012 07:45 PM
I ride motocross so I've definitely landed gonads a few times but severe trauma not that I can think of. Bladder infection I do not think I've ever had. I am not sure what the symptoms are but minus the occasional hot urination I've never had any issues.
Originally Posted by vassille
I'll definitely be contacting a urologists. When you say disease or infection could you relate a little more info? Or point me in a direction?
I've google but not much was in laymens terms.
Thank you guys for taking the time out of your day to educate and help everyone on here.
10-22-2012 09:40 PM
At this point is prob best to let the doctor just go through the tests than trying to guess. You def are on the right track with finding the problem.
Originally Posted by imminent
Bring over the lab results presenting the LH, FSH and E2 which points to a healthy pituitary.
I think landing on your gonads a few times is trauma enough but at this point I would be just speculating.
You welcome, glad we were able to point you in the right direction. Keep us updated as to the outcome.
10-22-2012 10:09 PM
Adrenal problems can cause low DHEA levels,... low DHEA can cause low Testosterone production even with good LH levels.
Low DHEA is easy to supplement. It is a cheap blood test, and a easy fix.
02-04-2013 10:05 PM
Make sure your getting good quality DHEA supplements. They are inexpensive and you can get them at most places, but my Doctor stresses the importance to make sure the supplement is reasonably well quality.
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