I would like to know the root of the problem, and from what I gather it seems to be the case that I just have messed up hormones, its been this way since I was 12 or 13 when I developed gynecomastia.
Here are some additional figures from bloodwork done last month:
DHEA Sulphate --- 6.9 umol/L (range 5.2-14.2)
C Reactive Protein (High Sensitivity) --- 4.6 mg/L (range <5.0)
Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy --- 74 nmol/L (range 75-150)
AM Cortisol --- 483 nmol/L (range 140-690)
TSH --- 1.6 mU/L (range 0.38-5.5)
Prolactin --- 7.0 ug/L (range <15)
More than anything I am pissed off that I had to wait a month to see the endocrinologist only to have him say that everything is fine, he refused to even acknowledge that there was any problem at all with the high E2 and low TT.
I am definitely not eating less than I should be, roughly every 3 days I have huge refeeds. I would indeed be happy with TT upto 20 nmol/L. It is extremely discomforting knowing that I it was at 17 nmol/L when I was 18 and was in terrible shape and decreased to 14 nmol/L at 21 despite leading a far above average healthy lifestyle.
I agree that finding a root cause is extremely important, but I really don't know how to do that or if there even is one. I haven't messed around with any hormone altering medications and so on. I know my Vitamin D is below the range and have since upped the pill intake to 5000ui's per day. Surely Vitamin D alone can't account for such atrocious E2 and Test readings?