Are my hormone levels good enough to build muscles and strength??

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    Are my hormone levels good enough to build muscles and strength??


    Testosterone, Serum is 428 ng/dl limits are 249 - 836.Prolactin is 14.5 ng/ml limits are 4.0 - 15.2.TSH is 2.650 uiU/ml limits are 0.450 - 4.500.Am Cortisol is 12.9 ug/dl limits are 6.2 - 19.4.Are these levels good enough cause I wanna start working out and get bigger.I am a 20 year old male and i'm 6'1 1/2 and 201 pounds.I almost forget here is my comp. metabolic panel are these normal levels
    sodium,serium 139 mmo1/L (135-145)
    potassium,serum 4.3 mmo1/L (3.5-5.2)
    chloride,serum 103 mmo1/L (97-108)
    carbon dioxide,total 24 mmo1/L (20-32)
    calcium,serum 10.1 mg/dl (8.7-10.2)
    protein,total,serum 7.3 g/dl (6.0-8.5)
    albumin,serum 4.6 g/dl (3.5-5.5)
    globulin,total 2.7 g/dl (1.5 - 4.5)
    a/g 1.7 (1.1-2.5)
    bilirubin,total 0.4 mg/dl (0.0 -1.2)
    alkalie phosphatase,s 66 iu/l (25 - 150)
    ast(sgot) 24 iu/l (0-40)
    glucose serum 89 mg/dl (65-99) bun 10 mg/dl (5-26) creatinine,serum 1,11 mg/dl (0.76-1.27) Any help will be greatly aprecciated.

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    I only looked at test and TSH - both are good. Your thyroid production is really nice, which will help a lot in terms of energy and metabolism. Did you not have free testosterone checked? That would be interesting as well; but with your number falling right in the middle of the range, you'll be fine.
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    With a diet high in protein, and moderate in complex carbs and healthy, essential fats you should be fine. get on a diet tracker like fitday and keep track of your calorie intake and set up a routine in the gym that works for you and take plenty of time to recover and you should see growth. best of luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestBeast View Post
    I only looked at test and TSH - both are good. Your thyroid production is really nice, which will help a lot in terms of energy and metabolism. Did you not have free testosterone checked? That would be interesting as well; but with your number falling right in the middle of the range, you'll be fine.
    I really appreciate your response bro i'll be getting my testosterone and free retested in 2 days.I'll post as soon as I get them but do you think my semi high prolactin and cortisol could be lowering it a little.
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    For prolactin you could try supplementing with something like Dopa Mucuna and the cortisol, a few grams of vitamin c every day. Just some natural options. Are you often in stressful situations? Do you take in a lot of stims??
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