-describe body and facial hair: moderately hairy
-describe where you carry fat and how changed: i've been skinny my entire life. no weight fluctuations.
-health conditions, symptoms [history]: none
-Rx and OTC drugs, any hair loss drugs or prostate drugs ever: none
-describe diet [some create substantial damage with starvation diets] i don't eat very well. fast food when i'm at work. i eat better when i'm at home.
-describe training [some ruin there hormones by over training]: i don't lift weights. i never really exercised much due to always feeling tired. i did spend 3 months working out and eating healthy but i was still plagued by depression and fatigue.
-testes ache, ever, with a fever?: no
-how have morning wood and nocturnal erections changed: morning wood occasionally
I went to a doctor a few weeks ago for depression, fatigue, bouts of extreme fatigue(my body feels weak, my voice gets weak and I generally want to sleep). I suspect I have atypical depression; I just don't know what's causing it. My blood work came back 'normal' so I would like some advice on how to proceed. The blood work I had done was pretty basic, for example, it didn't include e2, ft, lh/fsh, etc. I'll be sure to request the proper bloodwork next time I go in. I've been lurking around the forums and soaking in a lot of information so I'll be prepared.
My tsh was 1.87 (.40-4.50), my total t was 517 (241-827) and t4, free was 1.6 (.8-1.8)
I took the advice of a few people on here who suggested calling a compound pharmacy but unfortunately the doctor wasn't accepting new patients so I agreed to see another doctor who worked there. He seemed to feel that my total testosterone was the only important number in regards to testosterone. I didn't feel like I was in the best hands. Should I go back to him and request more blood work or seek another doctor? I'm in the denver area if anyone know of anyone I could go see.