Hey guys. Maybe someone can help explain my free T values. After reading a lot through here I notice a lot of tests are all different ranges and different metric systems and I’m a little confused. As I strive to get dialed in I’ve been taking monthly bloodwork, keeping logs and watching My numbers. While I completely understand that numbers are all relative and different for each person, I have seen a lot of comments from others such as @dbossa recommending that they try to increase their free T in various posts. After reading through some of the forum I’ve seen other posts Where people had higher free T than mine in the same metric system but different ranges that were advised to increase their dosage a little
My free T is this
88.4 pg/ml (46.0-224.0)
Total T 584 ng/dl (250-1100)
Shbg 32 mmol/L
From recommendations, I’m going back to the basics of just T and no HCG, No proviron, no dhea, no supplements that effect hormones. I’m going to attempt to ignore estrogen as recommended in the well put together video below. I’m not feeling my best at the moment and what I’m trying to decide is if I should stick with my current protocol (without HCG) and wait 6 weeks sigh or try increasing my dose and see how I feel in 2 months.
I’m using 27mg EOD Subq/110mg a week and I’ve been using an AI about every 2 or 3 months as estrogen creeps up. Every few months start feeling really hot and tired. I was equating this to estrogen but it could be the HCG as others have suggested.
FYI This is the video put together by @dbossa and a few doctors and I’m Sold into trying it and going to give this a shot and completely ignore E2 … I’ve been in the camp of trying to keep my E2 in a range for 2 years because I thought it was the root of my problems and I’m going to try to break free of that