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    Omarhassanatef is offline New Member
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    Exclamation hormone level results ??? HELP !!!

    i've been diagnosed with mild hyperthyrodism ( 1600 calorie burns while resting ) , drs said it will fade away with time and become normal , thats not my main concern though

    i'm always tired , no strength , very hard to acquire muscles , can somewhat gain fat only on mass gainer supplements and water weight on creatine , headaches , fat in lower stomach area and chest only rest of the body is skinny

    i'm 22 , 181 cm , 72 kg


    so i've decided to check with a dr as i felt that those symptoms are of low test

    i've checked my estrogen ( estradiol ) = 25.1 pg/ml

    testosterone = 4.15 ng/ml (400 ng/dl)

    drs say its normal , as long as there is no visible symptoms !!?

    i've checked online 400 ng/dl test is the range of a 40 year old man !!


    some people recommended me that i use only 1 cycle of test-enanthate and never again
    and some say im too young for aas

    where is the truth ? HELP !!!!

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    Chauffeur is offline Associate Member
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    What time was your blood drawn?

    415 ng/dl isn't a terrible number for total T. It's not amazing, but also not a sign that there's something medically wrong. Some guys just have lower testosterone than others.

    Would be curious to see what your free testosterone value is though. That's the lab value that counts. Total T is only a very small piece of the puzzle. If your free T is low, that could explain some of your symptoms.

    See the "finding a TRT doctor" sticky for a list of pertinent blood tests to help you figure out if there's something wrong.

    I would not recommend doing a single cycle of testosterone enanthate . That will only lead to damage of your endocrine system, especially considering your age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chauffeur View Post
    What time was your blood drawn?

    415 ng/dl isn't a terrible number for total T. It's not amazing, but also not a sign that there's something medically wrong. Some guys just have lower testosterone than others.

    Would be curious to see what your free testosterone value is though. That's the lab value that counts. Total T is only a very small piece of the puzzle. If your free T is low, that could explain some of your symptoms.

    See the "finding a TRT doctor" sticky for a list of pertinent blood tests to help you figure out if there's something wrong.

    I would not recommend doing a single cycle of testosterone enanthate. That will only lead to damage of your endocrine system, especially considering your age.

    Great answer ^^^^.

    Omar know that hyperthyroidism will elevate your SHBG levels which will bind your free testosterone giving you symptoms of low T. Like Chauffeur said, free T is what's important here. Take a look at Stop the Thyroid Madness™ - Hypothyroidism and thyroid mistreatment and read up a bit.
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