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    Excellent levels so far on TRT but .......


    So far I'm doing well on TRT. My levels are stable at top of range in both total t and free t....and my e2 is in check along with shbg...however, one thing that is puzzling me is that my fibrinogen (blood clotting factor) is low, a little below the low end of the range. That seems strange to me as I would figure that clotting would be a little better due to the improved red blood cell count from the trt. does this mean I could pherhaps be anemic (sp?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmylonghorn View Post
    So far I'm doing well on TRT. My levels are stable at top of range in both total t and free t....and my e2 is in check along with shbg...however, one thing that is puzzling me is that my fibrinogen (blood clotting factor) is low, a little below the low end of the range. That seems strange to me as I would figure that clotting would be a little better due to the improved red blood cell count from the trt. does this mean I could pherhaps be anemic (sp?)


    Low fibrinogen is a good thing (within limits, I suppose). Fibrinogen is a marker for systemic inflammation. So, the more fibrinogen, the more inflammation. Not good.

    Unless your fibrinogen is very low, you should be happy, not worried.

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