GH is very expensive if you have to pay for it.
Insurance might cover it.
It would do a lot for you. Takes 6 weeks to really feel the changes that happen.
Dose would probably be 1iu 5 or 7 days per week.
Insurance company would require more specialized lab work.
If you have to pay for it and cannot or will not do that, more labs will not be useful.
Normal lab ranges are simply middle ground that captures around 97% of the population.
Does not mean healthy or optimal.
Your labs to not address thyroid.
fT4 would be good
Thyroid function can be low if you do not have a history of using iodized salt.
You can eval overall thyroid function by checking your oral body temperature:
- when you first wake up, should be 97.7 - 97.8, higher is OK, 97.3 is a problem
- also check for 98.6 mid-afternoon
Is temperatures are good, you can skip the thyroid lab work.
If in USA, get DHEA at drug or vitamin store and take 25mg/ED and test DHEA-S later.
Do not test DHEA, test DHEA-S. DHEA levels are variable and half life of free DHEA is short. DHEA-S has a longer half life and provides a better indicator of DHEA status than DHEA itself.
There are good stickies here, but they do not address your situation.
Your E2 is low for reasons unknown.
Your medical history might shed some light on that.
To see what info we work with, see the advice for new guys sticky.
Your FT was not tested, but with low E2, we can assume that SHBG is lower and FT decent.
DHT is also suggestive of decent FT
More complete labs would be: