Actually my diet is far from "normal" but I think it's healthy. Probably I'm wrong...
In the morning I eat glutenfree porridge oats with raisins, a banana and almond milk.
I don't have celiac disease as far as I know but glutenfree can't be bad I guess.
For lunch I often just eat three hands full of cashew nuts or walnuts, and a banana and an apple.
Sometimes I eat less nuts and instead add some vegan chocoloate with 85% cacao.
And about two times a week I'm having a warm meal for lunch.
93% of my warm meals are like this:
-Parboiled rice or brown rice with like 50ml coconut milk and some ketchup (this makes up 60% of my warm meals, so yes, I am eating alot of rice).
-Sweet potatoes with mixed salat
-Potatoes with mixed vegetables (white cabbage, pea, corn, carrots) and butter. The vegetables come from the deep freezer and were frozen right after harvesting.
7% of my meals (meaning only two times a month):
-meat with fries or potatoes and mixed salad.
-> so yeah, I live mostly vegetarian
My mixed salad always contains tomatoes, some kind of green salad like field salad, and then I add two or three of the following: onions, yellow paprika, kidney beans, red lenses, sunflower seeds, avocado.
Then I add olive oil / linseed oil / hempseed oil, sea salt without iodine and without fluoride.
I always use this salt for everything since 1.5 years approx. So I probably have iodine deficiency.
I also try to avoid flouride as good as I can, using water without flouride and using tooth paste without it.
My teeth are perfectly fine. When googling flouride I found out that it is actually very bad for our body and only very low amounts are needed which you should easily get when eating fruits and vegetables.
In the afternoon I will get a warm meal if I didnt have one for lunch. If I already had one for lunch I most often eat cashew nuts / walnuts / 85% cacao chocolate / fruits.
In the evening I most often eat a big mixed salad with a good protein source like kidney beans, sunflower seeds, red lenses.
All that above is my current eating situation since like 5 months.
Until about 5 months ago I was eating very badly I guess. I pretty much just ate brown bread in the morning with honey and strawberry jam and the rest of the day 2-3 meals with white rice and mixed salad (at that time my mixed salad always was just tomatoes, green salad like field salad, onions, and sometimes kidney beans). At that time I had very bad problems with flatulence. Nowadays that has gotten much better, but I still seem to have alot of air in my stomach somehow, according to the ultrasonic.
However most of the time my poop is fairly softish. It has gotten a bit better in the last 5 months, but still... poop isnt the way as it should be I guess.
I drink about 2-3 Liter water per day. Very rarely I drink coffee or tea or juice. 95% of the days I only drink water. No alcohol since 5 years, just occasionally a small glass of red wine. I never smoked. I dont take drugs.
I believe I have "brain fog". I have difficulties concentrating.
Not using any drugs. I guess I have to improve my nutrition?
27 years old. No medications. What does Rx mean? No medical issues known besides what I already mentioned.
What does this mean? Should I get that checked again with different ranges? Or do you just mean being in the range doesnt automatically mean I am fine?
Seems very likely.
Sorry, my english isnt the best. If you mean if I freeze easily: My hands and feed are freezing very quickly outside and get very cold. But this has been the case all my life even when I had perfectly fine Libido and Erections.
The rest of my body freezes somewhat easily too, but not abnormal I think.
If you mean if I get cold (illness) easily: about two or three times a year I get one. And often it takes 2-4 weeks to get it away. That's a bit too much time of being ill I guess, not a good sign.
Kalium means potassium. My doc said if my Kalium value was that high as my blood test was showing I would be dead already. Something must have been gone wrong when my blood got taken off.
EDIT: Wait, were you talking about the newer Bloodtest? Because there my Kalium value perfectly within the Labrange, so it's fine, isnt it? My older bloodtest had shown a Kalium Value which was not possible for a living human being, according to my doc.
It's 1:30 AM in Germany and I have to sleep now. I will answer your other questions tomorrow.
I am really, really thankful for all your valuable input, @KSman , and also @ verne and @gtron !!
You guys give me hope after seeing many doctors who were saying my hormones look fine.
I guess they are somwhat... Can't really desrcribe it, so I took two pictures:
No, I dont feel tired and I always take the stairs instead of the lift because I have enough energy, and moving is healthy.
Yeah from time to time I feel depressed. But that's 100% because of my ED and dead Libido. That's what makes me sad. Otherwise I'm a happy person most of the time.
I have no idea. Is there an easy way for a doc to find out?
Not anymore. Three years ago I had a sore throat for several months. But I got "bonbons" or whatever you call them, to fix that, and it's fixed now. While I had that sore throat, I had yellow slime/mucus/phlegm (sorry I have trouble translating the right word, only one of these words makes sense probably) in my mouth often. Especially when I have woken up, I often had salvia on my pillow with this yellow "mucus"... because my mouth was producing it in order to fix the sore throat I guess.
Or should I say "dry throat" ? Because it wasnt moist enough I guess. Which also made me thristy, I drank alot of water because of that.
Should I check several times a day with a clinical thermometer? Putting it under my tongue?
FSH already got tested? See my bloodtest from November 2016 (here the link again: http://i.imgur.com/hYDbB3T.jpg )
Sorry, I'm not experienced with Labs... What does TT and FT mean? Total Testosterone and Free Testosterone? If yes, I got that tested already?!
"AM cortisol" means a sober bloodtest for cortisol?
Just getting fT3 and fT4 tested? Or also TSH again for comparion? A quick google search told me that these get tested together. If TSH is very stable over several weeks I guess I dont have to get that tested again.
Once again, THANK YOU really much! I appreciate your help very much!