1) I'll get to reading the stickies. Been on Tmuscle for a while but rarely on the forums.
2) Going to call the doc today to get the results of this latest test - thanx for the suggest
3) I agree! That's why I'm here...trying to get more subjective info about my OWN freakin' body, not some generic range.
4) Yes. The test WAS for Vitamin D25-OH. 29 was shown on my report to fall in the reference range of 20-100 ng/ml but the endo (last Feb) emphasized that this was low. She said to get it above 60.
5) Since you mention Free T, I'm assuming you are talking about the labs done last February. I didn't get the full test results yet as I said for last weeks pdoc labs but am requesting them (just asked for T) I know they're from February but I've got 'em so I figured what the hell. Here are all of the results from the beginning of the year:
CBC W/DIFF, W/PLT
(everything under this heading was in range)
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel
Glucose 97 ref range (fasting) 65-99mg/dl
Urea Nitrogen Bun 19 ref range 8-25
Creatinine 1.17 ref range .6-1.5 mg/dl
GFR Estimated >60
there is a LOT more under this heading but I don't think it's relevant?...
Methylmalonic acid and homocysteine
Methlymalonic acid 133 ref range 87-318nmol/L
TSH 2.63 ref range .45-4.5 mU/L
T4 Free Non Dialysis 1.5 ref range .8-1.7ng/dl
FSH 5.5 ref range 1.5-12.4mIU/ml
LH 6.1 ref range 1.7-8.6 mIU/ml
Prolactin 11.9 ref range 2.5-22.5 ng/ml
Vitamin B12 875 ref range 243-894pg/ml
Folate >20.0 (out of range) ref range 3.1-17.5 ng/ml
PSA total 1.2 ref range <4.1ng/ml
Microsomal TPO-Ab <10 ref range <35 IU/ml
DHEA sulfate 335 ref range 280-640 ug/dl
Estradiol 23 ref range 8-43pg/ml
Thyroglobulin <20 ref range <41 IU/ml
Testosterone total 751 ref range 250-1100 ng/dl (I said 300-1000 in the OP but i was mistaken)
Testosterone free 153.0 ref range 35.0-155.0pg/ml
%Free Testosterone 2.04 ref range 1.5-2.2%
Vitamin D25-OH, D3 was 29
Vitamin D25-OH, D2 was <4
That's pretty much it. As a side note, the idea kept going through my mind that when I had that test done my Testosterone (and perhaps other) levels were depleted because I did a heavy leg workout the night before the test. Is this even worth thinking about?
I'll get the latest labs from the pdoc (don't think they were as comprehensive but we'll see) and post them.