Thanks, iv got another blood test next week with the fertility guy as he wanted me to stop training and see if that helped, so I’m going to hold off iodine before iv done those bloods… Then ill try iodine and get re tested…
Got another appointment wednesday with a 3rd endo (great!) to confirm if he thinks TRT is the way or to leave it be and live on with slight symptoms… what would you do considered my symptoms arnt tragic?
If I was you (which actually, we are in very similar situations), I would address and rule out all possible causes first before committing to TRT.
If all else fails, by all means, go for TRT. TRT is pretty well guaranteed to improve your symptoms as long as you get your dose dialed in and T:E2 ratio is good. Just a matter of if you are ready to commit to that (i.e. can’t find a cause).[/quote]
Yes thank you, I just had this email from a well respected forum user in these things and it said
"I must be missing something here.
First your FSH, and LH are in range so why they took an ultrasound is way beyond me.
Your free T is in range (low end), yet probably because your SHBG is a bit low your free T is in range.
What time was your test taken?
Your doc may be right in some of his thinking as over training over time will cause chronic fatigue and yes can lower T levels some but for sure make you feel tired.
The problem looks more like the nuts to me.
I would take 5000iu vitamin D a day, probably 25mg DHEA a day, cut the training down to an hour per session and do 3 a week, try getting better sleep."
confused me even more haha! am i fine or not? someone clarify this :L