I keep reading up on thyroid-posts but all is centered around low thyroid function and not hyper.
Is a hyper thyroid of no consern when starting trt? I have found one guy online who said he ran test e with a hyper thyroid and had no problems what so ever,his thyroid even calmed down after it.
But i want to get an answer of those of you who have knowledge on this. I want to start my trt-protocol but need some advise first regarding high levels of free t4 and high antibody production,and not just a link to thyroid-sticky’s.
Do i have high amounts of free t4 because of my system has a hard time converting t4 to t3?
I also read that some add t3 and t4 to their test cycles to boost metabolism… Is my excess free t4 just an advantage for me when starting trt or how should i look at this? As i said most thyroid-posts is about low thyroid function so it seems like that is an issue and not overactive thyroid? Please help me out,this is basically what is holding me back from starting trt.
I also have some bloodwork i posted here but it seemed to be of no interest to help me read them,is it the referanse values which is hard to understand? For an example latest bloodtest done 15.5-17:
Free test (2,3-9,9) is at 4,7.
Total test (6,0-35) is at 18,9.
P-free T4(8-21) is at 22.
P-Free T3 (3,1-6,2) is at 4,6.
P-TPO Antibodies (maximum 6) is at 428.
P-SHBG (8-60) is at 40,1.
B-Hemoglobin (13,4-17) is at 15,7.
Bloodtest done 7.12-16:
P-PSA (0-2,5) is at 1,1.
P-LH (maximum 12) is at 1,7.
P-FSH (maximum 12) is at 1,77.
P-Estradiol (maximum 0,20) is at 0,09.
P-TSH (0,5-3,6) is at 1,84.
What do you guys think of these numbers?