Similar temperature at 5am, afternoon and evening. 36.2 c which is 97.16F. Once in a while it is at 97.34 F such as right now.
I managed to get an Endo appointment on Thursday. I'm feeling really edgy and uncomfortable. This is the guy who refused to treat me when my Free T was 8. But with these new results I imagine he has to do something.
My body does feel really cold a lot of the time. I also find myself shaking certain times in the morning. Likely due to poor glycemic control.
I'm sure he may try to investigate the cause of all this. Hopefully he isn't old fashioned to the point where he feels Accutane cannot cause long term damage to the endocrine system because it certainly has even though it was over a decade ago. I was never the same since then. I wish I was able to find the proper studies indicating this. But things got worse 2 years ago. That's when I really crashed hard. I wonder what type of advanced tests to get? I personally would like a pituitary MRI but I don't know if I can convince him to agree to it. I also have very poor circulation and pains in my neck. Though very likely all low T related.
If you guys have any suggestions on reputable studies to print out for my doctor please let me know. I will be immensely grateful. I plan to print him out a few depression related studies indicating Low Testosterone.
-Low T linked to Major Dep Disorder : "The partial androgen deficiency of aging males (PADAM) is responsible for a variety of behavioral symptoms, such as weakness, fatigue, decreased libido, depressive mood, lack of motivation and energy, lower psychological vitality, anxiety, irritability, insomnia, decreased work and sport performances, difficulty in concentrating, memory impairment and low dominance. Psychological and behavioral aspects of PADAM overlap with signs and symptoms of major depression."