As per the above post this would be the complete version including labs.
The overall goal here is to improve the quality of my life.
I do not have a TRT doc., it seems quite difficult here in Sweden and I could start this myself until my GP gets onboard, labs and other tests can be done as often as I need.
I greatly appreciate the input from this forum and the people here that help others. Thank you for your interest in my post.
Age = 30
Height = 5Â´10 ( 179 cm)
Waist = 100 cm (39.4Â´)
Weight = 209lb (95 kg)
Skin = Combination skin, oily nose and dry cheeks/forehead
Do you get cold easily/Not been using iodized salt long term/Thyroid looks enlarged?=
NO / Have been using iodized salt long for 2 years regurarly/ NO
Describe body and facial hair =
-Hair loss problems since young age have had 2 hair transplantation surgeries.
-Have beard (with some spots), hairy chest, legs, and arms. - No back hair. Some eyebrow sparseness
-How has it changed
- Less hair on arms compared to 2 years ago, and i would say that overall hair growth is pretty slow compared to a few years back.
describe where you carry fat and how changed =
-Handles, unprorportional fat at thighs, hips -and butt-area compared to the rest of my body.
-. Have difficult loosing weight compared to 6 months ago. My weight is somewhat non-steady with fluctuations.
Health conditions, symptoms [history/current] =
-Lyme related symptoms but was never officially diagnosed. I would say 95% of those symptoms went away about 3-4 years ago after various antibiotic and natural-medicine type of treatments.
-Current symptoms include: vision ( not as good as used to), fatigued very often, exhaustion, some concentration difficulties, short-term memory worse, anxious, irritated, lack of motivation. Worse recovery durng/after weight-lifting sessions.
Average body temperatures:
(Thyroid labs were included the panel I ordered even though my temps look decent)
Waking up: 98.06
Mid afternoon: 98.6
Rx and OTC drugs, any hair loss drugs or prostate drugs=
-History = various medications when i had lyme related symptoms a few years back: Tetracyclins, penicillinâ??s, fluoroquinolone, Corticosteroid, anastelgics.
-Hair loss medication =Rogaine (minoxidil) used for a few days but stopped due to unwanted side effects.
-Have been on many starvation diets in the past.
-sweets, salads, rice, pasta, eggs, chicken, red meat and fast food at least twice a week. I have periods where go super-healthy for a while and then go back to above which is a mix of a healthy and unhealthy diet. Very rollercoaster type of diet I would say.
-Supps: Whey protein, creatine, BCAA, fishoil, multivitamin + recently added vitamin D3.
-I eat iodized salt, didnâ??t too much in the past but have been regularly part of diet for 2 years now.
-No drink or smoke. But i use something called -snus- here in Sweden which is tobacco- pouches you put under your lip.
Describe training =
Weightlifting 4-6 days/week, minimum or no cardio.
Testes ache= No
How have morning wood and nocturnal erections changed =
-Over the last 3-4 years almost no morning-nocturnal wood. I dont know if this is due to the fact that i have been with the same woman for many years( i blame myself, not her)...Long story short = we dont have sex.
Had some issues translating the labs, let me know if any of the words seem off
TT: 15 ( 8.6 - 29 nmol/L)
SHGB: 23 ( 18-54 nmol/L)
E2: 108 ( 50-150 pmol/L)
Results based on calculation : (https://www.nebido.com/tools/index.php/en/default/index/free-calculator)
FT: 10.8 ng/dl = 2.5 %
BIO-T: 253 ng/dl = 58.5%
LH: 7.0 (1.7-8.6 E/L)
FSH: 2.9 (1.5 -12 E/L)
Prolactin: 7.6 ( 4 - 15 ug/L)
TSH: 1.3 (0.4 - 3.5 mE/L)
FT3: 4.5 (3.5 - 5.4 pmol/L)
FT4: 11 (8-14 pmol/L)
Cortisol: 472 (135-540 nmol/L)
Colesterol: 4.5 ( 2.9 - 6.1 mmol/L)
HDL colesterol : 0.9 ( 0.8 -2.1 mmol/L)
LDL colesterol : 2.5 ( 1.2- 4.3 mmol/L)
HbA1c: 32 ( 27-42 mmol/mol)
Glucose: 5.4 (4.0- 6.0 mmol/L)
AST: 0.22 ( < 0.76 mikrokat/L)
ALT: 0.46 ( < 1.10 mikrokat/L)
Natrum: 139 ( 137-145 mmol/L)
Calium: 3.7 ( 3.5-4.6 mmol/L)
Creatinine: 102 ( < 100 mikromol/L)
Iron: 24 (9-34 mikromol/L)
Transferrin: 2.90 ( 1.90-3.30 g/L)
Ferritin: 212 (20-250 mikrog/L)
Folate (vitamin B9): 17 ( 7.0 > nmol/L)
Cobalt (vitamin B12): 340 ( 100-450 pmol/L)
Zink: 16 (12-18 mikromol/L)
Magnesium: 2.4 mmol/L ( no range provided from lab)
Vitamin D-25-OH : 46 ( 75-250 nmol/L)
CK, Creatine-kinase: 1.3 (0.8 -6.7 mikrokat/L)
Triglycerides: 2.2 (0.45-2.6 mmol/L)
Hemoglobin: 161 (134 -170 g/L)
Leukocytes: 7.8 ( 3.5-8.8 x10(9)/L)
Platelets: 239 ( 145-348 x10(9)/L)
Hematocrit, EVF : 0.48 ( 0.39-0.50 no unit provided from lab)
Erythtocytes: 5.5 ( 4.2-5.7 x10(12)/L)
MCH: 29 ( 27-33 pg)
MCV: 86 ( 82-98 fL)
*What are my options here based on above info provided?
*I started taking vit D3 as per Ksmans recommendation. Should be good based on the extremely low vit D labresult I show.
*I also know that my non-steady diet needs to be in check so thatâ??s something I am currently working on.