Thank you for your post man! I was told to ask for YOUR advice. You're indeed very knowledgable
Does FT absolute mean Free Testosterone Absolute?
I'll test LH and FSH for sure
I already take 6000 IU vitamin D, 1 multivitamin, 900 mg EPA+DHA, 100 mg coenzyme Q10, probiotics, 500 mg magnesium citrate, 4 x 500 mg vitamin C, 1 b complex every day
If this matters, I do not react to stimulants at all at varying doses, meaning I get the side effects but not the effects (energy, motivation, focus). They are all legit pharma grade prescribed ADHD meds. Does that have to do with the adrenal glands or with the thyroids?
I am not using any medications, statin drugs included.
Regarding the thyroid basal temperature test, is that the test where you wake up and immediately measure your body temperature? I've already done that for 3 days in a row and it was always 36-36.5 degrees celsius
Vitamin B12 : 339 pmol/L (157 - 672)
FT4: 15,56 pmol/L (10,7 - 18,4)
FT3: 6,11 pmol/L (4,7 - 7,2)
TSH: 2,9 mIU/L (0,5 - 4,7)
Vitamin D: 75< nmol/L (75< normal)
Prolactin: 299 mIU/L (45-375)
SHBG: 36,1 nmol/L (17,3 - 65,8)
Testosterone: 13,4 nmol/L (5,7 - 26,1)
Testosterone free: 1,82%
DHEA-S: 2,18 umol/L (0,94 - 15,44)
Cortisol: 158 nmol/L (118-618)
Cortisol saliva: 2,2 (3.6-28,4)
Anti-TPO: <28 (0-60)
Anti-Thyreoglobulin: <15 (0-60)