TT is the better evaluation of overall state. LH, FT and Bio-T all fluctuate and LH [short half life was obviously high relative to FSH levels which are quite steady [longer half life].
You levels are low for your age.
You have high E2 levels which are partly responsible for your reduced FSH/LH levels.
There are 7 stickies here and they do not have icons.
- advice for new guys
-- note first paragraph
- thyroid basics
-- check body temperature as directed
- finding a TRT doc *****************
Endos are as a group the worst doctors for these kinds of problems. Urologists are also collectively idiot doctors.
Thyroid problems can cause or contribute to the type of problems that you have.
Please post your CBC lab work
Post more info about you.
We need to look for the cause of your problems and what you have posted describes the symptoms and does not help with finding the root cause. There can be multiple problems.
Just so you know, we have a good number of guys with your age+issues here.
Your E2 is way too high and this makes you VERY estrogen dominant and this suppresses LH/FSH and lowers T levels. You should be started on 0.5 mg/week anastrozole/Arimidex in divided doses, see the stickies.
Labs - also need:
AST/ALT - liver health
List all medications, Rx or OTC. Some mess with liver function and increase E2 by reducing E2 clearance.