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    slaynn is offline New Member
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    pre cycle results

    So these are my blood results from the test. 24 years old. Planning to do a test prop only cycle for 8 weeks. Your opinions? I'm quite disturbed by the low FSH values.

    Investigation Observed Value Unit Biological Reference Interval
    IMMUNOASSAY

    Follicle Stimulating Hormone(FSH)
    (Serum/Chemiluminescence)
    0.75 mIU/mL Male : 1.27 - 19.26

    Luteinizing Hormone(LH)
    (Serum/Chemiluminescence)
    3.23 mIU/mL Male : 1.24 - 8.62


    Estradiol /E2
    (Serum/Chemiluminescence)
    54.4 pg/mL Male:20 - 75


    Bioavailable Testosterone 8.44 nmol/L 20-29 Yrs: 2.87 - 8.91
    30-39 Yrs: 2.49 - 8.14
    40-49 Yrs: 2.11 - 7.38
    50-59 Yrs: 1.73 - 6.58
    60-69 Yrs: 1.38 - 5.82

    Testosterone - Total
    (Serum)
    16.64 nmol/L 4.94 - 32.01

    Free Testosterone
    (Serum)
    0.377 nmol/L 0.312 - 1.040

    Sex Hormone Binding Globulin -SHBG
    (Serum)
    30.28 nmol/L 11.2 - 78.1
    Last edited by slaynn; 07-08-2014 at 10:16 AM.

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    slaynn is offline New Member
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    anybody, kelkel?

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    Chicagotarsier is offline Senior Member
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    Low FSH is a medical condition. The P In HPTA has an issue and this is a sign of hypogonadism.

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    Flatus78 is offline Junior Member
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    Dear slaynn
    I don`t think I would go as far as to say that you have a disease or illness since your test-levels and SHBG are normal maybe one can define as a subclinical hypogonadisme that has not yet given you any symptoms of low test-levels. Have you taken any gear before(then it could have been called secondary hypogonadisme if you also had low test-levels, which you fortunately don`t have)? That could be interesting to know. And the LH is more important in stimulating test-prod. amd FSH in the prod. of spermatozoa.
    I recommend taking a blood test in 1-3 months, and be sure to include prolactin, TSH, F-T4 and F-T4, and mayby HGH/GH and cortison(fasting in the morning). And maybe you should ask to give a sperm test to get a sperm count. And if you are having headache, nausea and change of lateral vision be sure to go to the doctor and as for a MRI of the head, especially the pituitary gland.
    Sorry for the long reply, and I do not mean to stress you out, best of luck, and please tell us how you are doing and give us some up-dates

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    slaynn is offline New Member
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    thanks for the info chicago, flatus. No, I haven't done any gear before this. I don't have nausea, headaches and lateral vision. I've looked around a bit on the internet and most people who do have low FSH also end up having low LH, so I'm more confused as to why only the FSH would be so low.

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