TSH is too high, fT3 should be mid-range, is low. Suspect low body temperatures. See the thyroid basics sticky. Do you have a long term history of using iodized salt?
With [subclinical] hypothyroidism, transdermal T typically does not work and inability to absorb transdermal T is a symptom of hypothyroidism. Don’t be fooled by thyroid lab ranges, they also mislead doctors.
T eth would be the best option for you. Also see these stickies:
advice for new guys
protocol for injections
Thyroid/iodine should be a major focus for you.
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Thanks for the reply as always Ksman, and sorry for a new thread
-poor long term use of iodized salt, have added kelp to supplement list. (yet to try iodine replenishment)
-Point noted and read in stickies about thryoid and trans T not being absorbed.
-I have read all stickies mentioned, Test E is probabily not going to be offered here in uk (Seems sustanon and Nebedo are options, but im on private insurance so hopefully may allow for other options?)…
-HCG and AI will most likely be off limits via script, but ill most likely add UGL HCG myself once iv got a protocall dialed in, iv sent my endo studies of HCG use for secondary young males for fertility reasons to try and pursuad him…
-AI would have to be dosed myself, depending how my estro respons… Curious as to what the long term safety aspects are in regards to long term AI use? I Guess its best to get a T program that avoids long term AI use?
Thanks again KSman.