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    Results check....

    Hey guys, can someone please have a look and tell me if my estrogen levels seem higher than normal? My Dr is saying it's in normal range but don't feel that it is. Thanks!

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    Your estrogen levels are fine, if it's accurate. For men standard estradiol is the wrong test as it's not sensitive enough for men. You need to run a Sensitive Assay. Standard estradiol is known to read higher than normal. Often times much higher.

    Are you coming off PCT and a cycle in which you ran 19-Nors?
    I ask about pct due to your elevated LH level.
    I ask about 19-Nors due to a very elevated prolactin leel
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Your estrogen levels are fine, if it's accurate. For men standard estradiol is the wrong test as it's not sensitive enough for men. You need to run a Sensitive Assay. Standard estradiol is known to read higher than normal. Often times much higher.

    Are you coming off PCT and a cycle in which you ran 19-Nors?
    I ask about pct due to your elevated LH level.
    I ask about 19-Nors due to a very elevated prolactin leel
    OK thanks for having a look.

    I ended pct back in August and undecided if I want to cycle again seeing as some of my levels are off. I have hypothyroidism and wondering if the LH and prolactin values have anything to do with that....

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    Ok, with your extremely elevated prolactin levels (hyperprolactinemia) you need to get this checked asap. It very easily can disrupt hormone production. No clue whether it's just the above or even a prolactinoma on your pituatary. You need to clear this up.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3853872/
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