Need help in determining free T . I am a diabetic so my lab tests are ordered by my Endocrinologist. I also have ED as a consequence of the diabetes. I noticed last year that my total T was ranging between high 200s and low 300s but my Endo considered the level acceptable for some one approaching 70. However, Inwanted to try TRT in hopes it would improve my ED. I visited a urologist who prescribed 1% Testim gel in June which has considerably improved my libido, but, unfortunately, had little effect on my ED
Earlier this month my Endo ordered a lab test and at my request included tests for T. I have the test results which were satisfactory for my Endo, but I do not have an appointment with my Uro for another two months to discuss the T results and was hoping I could get some help here. It is a three page report so I will list some of the more relevant results.
PSA 1.31 ng/ml (0 to 4)
LH 0.1 miu/ml. - low (.8 to 6.1)
FSH. 0.6. Miu/ml. - low (1.6 to 11.0)
Cortisol. 14.9. Ng/dl
Estradiol. 47. Pg/ml. - high (10 to 45.0)
Testosterone 765. Ng/dl ( 241 to 827)
TSH 2.4. Uiu/ml (.27 to 4.2)
Free T3 3.4 pg/ml
Free T4. 1.5. Ng/dl
Total T3. 130 ng/dl
SHBG. 73.8. Nmol/L. - high (7 to 50)
I did not notice a result labeled Free T and was wondering if any of the above represent "Free T" or can be used in calculating FreeT? Any other comments would be appreciated as well.