Please read these stickies: - lots of reading
- advice for new guys
- things that damage your hormones
- thyroid basics
At your age, you need to look at a cause that might be fixable.
Labs: need LH/FSH to see if you are primary or secondary hypo
Also need E2 estradiol and AST/ALT
TSH 1.87 Uiu/mL (0.34-5.60)
T3 Free 2.75 pg/ml (2.39-5.79)
T3 total 136 ng/dl (87-187)
T4 7.53 ug/dl (6-12)
T4 free 0.90 ng/dl (0.58-1.64)
TSH should be nearer to 1.0 and the others should be mid-range or slightly higher.
You appear to have some degree of [subclinical] hypothyroidism.
To eval your overall thyroid function, get your oral body temperatures:
- when you first wake up, should be 87.7-97.8, higher is OK, 97.3 is a problem
- also check for 98.6 mid-afternoon
If you have not been using iodized salt long term, that can be the source of the problem.
- feeling cold easily
- low energy, depression
- dry skin
- general non male pattern hair thinning
- sparse outer eyebrows
- thyroid sore, enlarged, lumpy, asymmetrical
Have you used any hair loss drugs? That can cause major problems [train wreck] for some guys.
Read the stickies then come back with whatever catches your attention.