-describe body and facial hair: Extremely hairy legs & ass, moderate hair on chest, takes 2 weeks to grow out my beard
-describe where you carry fat and how changed: Fat is carried on my glutes, I legit have a bubble butt. A lot on my stomache, love handles, and I have huge quads (i guess mostly fat, even though it doesnt feel like it). Some on chest.
-health conditions, symptoms [history]: Asthma
**ALWAYS tired. I can sleep 9-10 hours, and still be exhausted all day. I simply have no energy & its extremely difficult for me to get out of bed. **
Anxiety, low confidence, no motivation, I never want to go out/do anything, I am a emotional bitch (angry, sad, high highs and low lows…), one testicle hangs a lot lower than the other, low sex drive, extremely dry skin on hands in the winter, brain fog, terrible memory, sex drive is really low, and my erections are weak.
-Rx and OTC drugs, any hair loss drugs or prostate drugs ever: I’ve been using Nizoral for ~1 year
-lab results with ranges:
TSH: 1,451 [0,350 - 4,940]
Testosterone: 15,8 [5,8 - 32,1] nmol/L
Bio-available T: 8,7 [3,4 - 12,8] nmol/L
Free T: 422,3 [223,0 - 915,0] pmol/L
SHBG: 24 nmol/L [11 - 78] nmol/L
other stuff of interest?:
A/G: 2,5 [1,0-2,1]
Bilirubin: 29 [0-21]
-describe diet [some create substantial damage with starvation diets]: Before taking the test I did not track my food, and just ate when I was hungry. Moderate protein/fat, high carb i’d say. Now I’m trying to lose weight, so I’ve been eating 120g protein/50-70g fat. rest carbs @ like 1800cals.
-describe training [some ruin there hormones by over training]: I rarely train. Maybe twice a month.
-testes ache, ever, with a fever?: ache yes, rarely and w/ no fever.
-how have morning wood and nocturnal erections changed: I never get morning wood, been like this since I can remember.
Of course, the doctor said my results are normal and he wants to treat my anxiety now. From what I gather, my levels are fairly low for my age, aren’t they? I just want some guidance on what to do next. Are my levels low enough to be worried about? Should I ask for more tests, go to another doctor, or change my lifestyle (more exercise, for instance)?