Vit D is low. Get the 1000IU or 2000IU oil-filled D3 gelcaps from Costco or BJ's or your local drugstore, take 4000IU a day for a month, retest. (Vit D is oil-soluable. Don't get tablets, they don't absorb well.) A good level is around 60-80.
Your T is very low and E2 is low. The ratio means that estrogen is dominant.
You need to start TRT and then get the labs.
You need TT=800-100 E2 near 22pg/ml, managed with anastrozole - as in the stickies
Your problem may be more than hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism has many of the same symptoms. Do you use iodized salt? Iodine in vitamins? get cold easily check waking body temps and report describe how you react to major stress list supplements
Starting TRT today. She gave me a shot in office, and script so I will be self injecting from here on out.
for other questions
Yes use salt
No Multivitamin so no Iodine
Nope run hot, wife says I radiate heat. Have always been hot natured. Not good with stress, never have been since I was younger I guess. Heart rate goes up, get pissed too easy stuff like that. I seem to let stuff get to me easier than I should.
Supplements right now, Starting 2000 iu of D-3 2x per day, Fish oil from Costco (over 900mg of EPA DHA per cap) 2-3x per day. Starting Zinc 60mg per day. Going to start making sure protein is where it needs to be with shakes, other than that will maybe start taking some Vit C
Starting to think there is a lot more people with this issue than will ever get it properly diagnosed. I guess we are lucky to be in the group that did. My last lab prior to TRT was at 140 total T. I'm 38.
Ok got shot from doc yesterday, starting 100mg per week injections on my own next week. Doc says she is waiting 90 days to redo testing. At that time she will run all the testing needed and do my yearly physical (DRE yuck!).
She says with my level at 190 it may take a month to feel anything and my blood work needs 90 full days on TRT to get a new, correct reading. At that time she will most likely prescribe Arimidex.