Low LH FSH and Test. Overtraining?
- 08-10-2010, 01:05 PM
Low LH FSH and Test. Overtraining?
I have low levels of FSH and LH and my test is almost non exsistent....goin through alot of docs and tests right now, but do u think that this could all just be signs of overtraining? I'm hoping thats all it is, although my t levels are literally almost non exsistent.
- 09-06-2010, 05:42 AM
Ya it can happen. All these supplements are designed to push us to the limit, from SD to superpump. Gotta give the body a rest. Google "strategic deconditioning". Take 2 weeks of and try 2 have sex a few times. The combo does wonders for your hormones. I went through the same thing a few months ago. Was pounding serms and trib, when all i needed was rest. I had a total test level of 39. Went up about 400 points after about 3 weeks and now everything is fine. Got blood work to back it up. Good Luck.
- 09-06-2010, 07:58 AM
How old are you. I mean if your like 21 then, yeah Id contribute that to supps and overtraining. If your like 40 or up, then well, could be another story
09-06-2010, 11:32 PM
actualyl im 20.......... so how long should i take off an when u say off u mena liek no lifting at all? what bout light lifting, or sumthin cuz im sry but i love it too much to stay outta the gym
09-06-2010, 11:35 PM
How many hours do you sleep per night?
How much saturated fat do you take in?
How many days a week do you lift?
How many calories do you take in per day?
Have you recently been sick?
Do you get enough vit d?
Do you have sex?
Are you over stressed?
Those are just some factors that could mess with test levels..
09-06-2010, 11:57 PM
work out 5 days a week, sleep 7-8 hours a night , take vit d supplements eat 3000-3400 cals a day good amt of sat fat.....use coc oil when coking, eat red meat at least once a day
09-07-2010, 12:23 AM
09-07-2010, 12:27 PM
Sounds like your hypogondal.
LH and FSH are produced by the pituitary in response to hypothalamic stimulation via GnRH (gonadotropin releasing hormone). LH and FSH travel in the blood to the testes, where by they stimulate leydig cells and sperm cells to produce testosterone and spermatogenesis, respectively. In response to production, the testes release inhibin, which works in a feedback fashion to inhibit GnRH release and over production of test and sperm.
So, you may want to look into a few things. First, are you releasing GnRH/is your inhibin excessively high?
Second, if you do use SERMs or HCG type drugs, do these cause your testes to produce testosterone? IF not, then the problem is in your gonads?
I would suggest you see a specialist regarding this matter. You'd have to be significantly over trained to see such a decrease in gondal hormones.
Do you show other signs of over training:
elevated resting heart rate
loss of appetite
loss of desire
loss of strength
09-07-2010, 10:17 PM
i jsut started taking DAA and powerfull, gonna see if that helps, i fiure if that helps it hsows its not my balls at least cause the DAA stimulates ur brain to produce the LH
09-07-2010, 10:21 PM
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