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Free T: 7.6L, Range: 50-210 pg/ml
Free T: 7.6L, Range: 5.0-21.0 pg/ml
Free T: 76L, Range: 50-210 pg/ml
With younger men, prolactin should be tested as it suppresses the HPTA and can cause depressive symptoms. Prolactin can be from a prolactin secreting adinoma. If prolactin is elevated, a MRI is used to image the pituitary. The condition is typically well managed with 0.5 mg/week Dostinex/cabergoline. If advanced, can press on optic nerve and reduced width of peripheral vision is a symptom.
TSH: 2.924, Range: 0.350-5.500 uIU/ml
Free T4: 1.10, Range: 0.89-1.76 ng/dl
Free T3: 3.4, Range: 2.3-4.2 pg/ml
You have a degree of hypothyroidism. TSH should be near 1.0. The ranges are stupid and most docs do not know any better.
Have you been using iodized salt long term?
Check overall thyroid function by checking oral body temperature:
- when you first wake up, should be 97.7-97.8 and higher would also be OK, 93.3 is way too low.
- mid afternoon should also hit 98.6
fT3 and fT3 should be near midrange or a bit higher.
fT4 is lowish
fT3 is midrange+, if body temps are low, that suggests that rT3 is blocking fT3 and then do labs for rT3.
rT3 can be elevated by adrenal fatigue subsequent to:
stress, continued or major episodes
chronic inflammation or infection
Please read these stickies:
- advice for new guys, note 1st paragraph
- things that damage your hormones
- thyroid basics
As for HPTA restart; we need to do the above diagnostics to try to identify the root cause of the low-T symptom.
We can cover restart steps later. Please post iodized salt intake history and body temperatures. We do see a strong correlation of low thyroid function and low T here. And hypothyroidism can depress LH, FSH and T.
So you have labs for:
ferritin or iron