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    Aggression, Quick Temper, Libido,


    Eleveted levels of Testosterone produces aggression. I like it, very useful for many things.

    Eleveted levels of Testosterone produces quick temper, I can deal with this and stay in controll. (and out of trouble)

    The mystery to me is, where is the libido? There is some libido, but it's not at the same level as the aggression and anger !

    When I was younger I had high levels of all three. Now with TRT, libido does not seem to be on par with the other two?

    What could be the missing ingrediant?

    If I get an extensive blood panel, what would I look for?

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    Libido can be tied to imbalances in blood but also a hell of a lot of other factors. Stress can trump just about anything
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayhawkk View Post
    Libido can be tied to imbalances in blood but also a hell of a lot of other factors. Stress can trump just about anything
    libido could be from high or low e2, high prolactin, high progesterone, high cortisol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    Eleveted levels of Testosterone produces aggression. I like it, very useful for many things.

    Eleveted levels of Testosterone produces quick temper, I can deal with this and stay in controll. (and out of trouble)

    The mystery to me is, where is the libido? There is some libido, but it's not at the same level as the aggression and anger !

    When I was younger I had high levels of all three. Now with TRT, libido does not seem to be on par with the other two?

    What could be the missing ingrediant?

    If I get an extensive blood panel, what would I look for?
    Blood test wise:
    DHEA sulfate
    Prolactin
    Progesterone
    Pregnenolone
    Estradiol, Bioavailable
    Estradiol, Free
    Estradiol, Fractionated, serum
    Estradiol, Ultra-sensitive
    Estrogens, Total, Serum
    Estrone,serum

    But I suspect T/E ratios may play a role,
    so one would add

    Testosterone, Free, Bio/Tot
    Testosterone Total
    Testosterone Free
    Testosterone Bioavailable
    SHBG
    Albumin, serum
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    LEF says this in their protocol:
    Erectile Dysfunction: Online References For Health Concerns
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    My recent blood test can be seen here, post #1:
    Jan's BloodTest April13/2007
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    These are really good answers, THANK YOU.
  

  
 

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