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    Bloodwork check

    Hey guys was wondering if someone could review my results and provide some feedback, thanks.

    LH 5 IU/L
    FSH 6 IU/L
    TEST TOTAL 15.8 nmol/L
    Estrodial 75 pmol/L
    AST 28 U/L
    ALT 38 U/L
    Prolactin 41 ug/l
    TSH 3.05 mlU/L
    T4 18 pmol/L
    T3 4.7 pmol/L

    Only area of concern is prolactin is a bit high so my Dr has me on caber once a week. How does everything else look? Started my cycle today.

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    Can you add ranges jj? We can assume them but I'd rather not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Can you add ranges jj? We can assume them but I'd rather not.
    Ranges? Not sure what you mean.... Sorry somewhat new to this

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    For example I use labcorp and the range for total serum test would be 349 - 1197. This way we know where your posted number fall in or around the given ranges. Just edit and add them in.
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    As said above reference ranges would be good to correctly identify the results.

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    Ok gotcha. The lab I use gives you the ranges and also indicates if it's in a normal/abnormal range. All my results checked in the normal range, so that being said, need I am worry or post any further info?

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    Can you post the reference ranges for each of honrone

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