Ok a little background:
Back in January I had blood work done in anticipation of my first cycle. I assumed the blood work would be fine, and began before getting the results back from the lab (stupid i know). Here are the results from January:
FSH 18.8 (1.6-8.0)
LH 9.2 (1.5-9.3)
Testosterone, total 343 (247-827)
So clearly something was wrong, met with a urologist who said to have my blood drawn again once the AAS cleared my system.
I went ahead and finished the 12 week cycle (500mg/wk T-Cyp, 300mg/wk deca, .25mg arimidex every other day). Nolvadex PCT for 4 weeks.
Last pin at the end of March.
So a few weeks ago I went to have more blood work. Results were better but still not what I wanted. Also had them add estrogen (specifically asked for Estradiol, lab results are for Total Serum Estrogen...)
Estrogen, total, serum 110 (130 OR LESS)
FSH 14 (1.6-8.0)
LH 6 (1.5-9.3)
Prolactin 12.0 (2-18)
Testosterone 467 (250-1100)
Free testosterone 74.7 (35.0-155.0)
Ok so it is clear that something is wrong. The doctor said that everything is fine, with the exception to my FSH that would indicated some issues with fertility. Since I am not trying to conceive (i'm single and young) he said to come back and see him if i wanted to do fertility tests when i am ready.
I'm thinking it's Sertoli-Only-Cell syndrome and may be infertile.
Now to my question. My testosterone is on the lower end of the range, and my total estrogen is up near the top. I know you guys typically deal with E2, however even using Total Estrogen, we can see that the ratio is out of my favor. Could it be that my estrogen is still high from the cycle? (I did only ran a low dose of arimidex)
I would like to get my estrogen down, and i have some arimidex on hand. Would taking that for a period of time (and then tapering off) get rid of excess estrogen in my body? Or will it return to where it is now after stopping?