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    combating LH supression? - Dr. John


    I was told that weight training can combat LH supression, wich makes sense to me, was wondering if you have found this to be true?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ItsHectic View Post
    I was told that weight training can combat LH supression, wich makes sense to me, was wondering if you have found this to be true?
    more like OVER TRAIING will not weight training ..zinc defiecincy will also suppress as of lack of sunlight too !!
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    At the time I believe I had a zinc deficiency, zinc seemed to of boosted my FSH but not LH, also boosted Total T but not free T.

    Another question, does HCG or LH act upon the adrenals?
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    bump for the last question re: HCG and adrenals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. John View Post
    Yes. Both do. They stimulate the P450scc enzyme, whihc ocnverts CHOL to pregnenolone. This increases the "building blocks" for hormone production.
    So if low progesterione serum comes back then HCG would defiintely help to increase this. This would probably explain why I felt like a million bucks on it. A person will low pregnenolone level will also then probably have possible low estrogen levels as well? I have been low copper/ ceruoplasm serum for over 2 years, but finally the dr i am will now was the only one concerned with this and others could have cared less.

    We are going to begining ruling our if it is excess or deficeincy, biounavailable

    causes of copper imbalances
    Severe adrenal fatigue - copper being stored instead of released from liver.
    malabsorption - leaky gut, mineral competion (zn, fe, S, ect)
    excessive histaminess -via bacterial infection in intestinal tract which was never address from the start
    estrogen excess/defieincy - estrogen increases copper uptake
    excessive sulfur - MSM supplements, eggs, beans, ect (used for detoxifcation program) binds with copper intestial tract.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. John View Post
    Yes. Both do. They stimulate the P450scc enzyme, whihc ocnverts CHOL to pregnenolone. This increases the "building blocks" for hormone production.
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