First of all thanks for the reply. I've been reading the stickies and it cleared my mind up a little.
here are some other results from the same previous labs. one important thing to note is that I only had 1h of sleep before the blood check because I have a delayed sleep phase syndrome which I know obviously affected my labs.
sodium: 140 nmol/L ( 136 - 145 )
potassium: 3.9 nmol/L ( 100 - 109 )
chloride: 100 nmol/L ( 100 - 109 )
alkaline reserve: 30 nmol/L ( 22 - 31 )
total cholesterol: 136 mg/dL ( < 190 )
triglycerides: 103 mg/dL ( < 150 )
HDL cholesterol: 38 mg/dL ( > 40 )
calculated LDL cholesterol: 77 mg/dL ( < 115 )
no HDL cholesterol ( total cholesterol - HDL cholesterol): 98 mg/dl
total cholesterol/HDL: 3.6 ( < 5.0 )
TSH: 4.795 mU/L ( 0.300 - 4.000 )
free T4: 15.4 pmol/L ( 9.0 - 26.0 )
free T3: 6.3 pmol/L ( 3.5 - 6.5 )
morning cortisol: 36 ng/mL ( 50 - 250 )
DHEA-sulfate: 3270 ng/mL ( 800 - 5600 )
androstenedione: 0.87 ng/mL ( 0.60 - 3.10 )
prolactin: 0.8 μg/L. ( 2.1 - 17.7 )
I'm also from Belgium so sorry if the labs measurements are different or if some terms are not correct. I'll ask my my endo to measure my free T directly and also my E2 levels for my next blood check.
low FSH is caused by my prolactinoma tumor which explains why my sperm count is low and my erections are not so great.
It also seems like i have a subclinical hypothyroidism and maybe an adrenal fatigue looking at those numbers. I think my iodine intake is ok as eat pure sea salt daily with every meal. My diet lately has been consisting of mostly organic foods: eggs, lean chicken meat, olive oil and a lot of veggies and fruits especially bananas. my carb intakes are mainly bananas, white rice and bread.
throughout my 2 years of cabergoline treatment my prolactin has been under the average around 0. I've read today that that to low prolactin levels can cause problems as well.