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    New TRT Bloodwork, Input Appreciated

    Here are my numbers as followed:

    FSH <0.7 L
    1.6-8.0 (mIU/mL)
    LH <0.2 L
    1.5-9.3 (mIU/mL)

    COMPREHENSIVE METABOLIC PANEL
    CURRENT RANGEOVER TIME
    GLUCOSE
    76
    65-99 (mg/dL)

    Fasting reference interval

    UREA NITROGEN (BUN)
    22
    7-25 (mg/dL)

    CREATININE
    1.16
    0.60-1.35 (mg/dL)

    eGFR NON-AFR. AMERICAN
    90
    > OR = 60 (mL/min/1.73m2)
    eGFR AFRICAN AMERICAN
    104
    > OR = 60 (mL/min/1.73m2)

    BUN/CREATININE RATIO
    NOT APPLICABLE
    6-22 ((calc))

    SODIUM
    139
    135-146 (mmol/L)

    POTASSIUM
    4.7
    3.5-5.3 (mmol/L)

    CHLORIDE
    104
    98-110 (mmol/L)

    CARBON DIOXIDE
    26
    20-31 (mmol/L)

    CALCIUM
    10.0
    8.6-10.3 (mg/dL)

    PROTEIN, TOTAL
    6.9
    6.1-8.1 (g/dL)

    ALBUMIN
    4.3
    3.6-5.1 (g/dL)

    GLOBULIN
    2.6
    1.9-3.7 (g/dL (calc))

    ALBUMIN/GLOBULIN RATIO
    1.7
    1.0-2.5 ((calc))

    BILIRUBIN, TOTAL
    0.5
    0.2-1.2 (mg/dL)

    ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE
    31 L
    40-115 (U/L)

    AST
    51 H
    10-40 (U/L)

    ALT
    35
    9-46 (U/L)

    Out of Range TESTOSTERONE , TOTAL, MALES (ADULT), IA
    CURRENT RANGEOVER TIME
    TESTOSTERONE, TOTAL, MALES (ADULT), IA
    833 H
    250-827 (ng/dL)

    ESTROGEN, TOTAL, SERUM
    CURRENT RANGEOVER TIME
    ESTROGEN, TOTAL, SERUM
    177.0
    60-190 (pg/mL)

    The total estrogen assay is not recommended for use in
    pre-pubertal children.

    IGF 1, LC/MS
    CURRENT RANGEOVER TIME
    IGF 1, LC/MS
    227
    83-456 (ng/mL)

    Z SCORE (MALE)
    0.0
    -2.0 - +2.0 (SD) See Note 1

    DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE, LC/MS/MS
    CURRENT RANGEOVER TIME
    DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE, LC/MS/MS
    39
    16-79 (ng/dL) See Note 1

    LIPID PANEL
    CURRENT RANGEOVER TIME
    CHOLESTEROL, TOTAL
    128
    125-200 (mg/dL)

    HDL CHOLESTEROL
    45
    > OR = 40 (mg/dL)

    TRIGLYCERIDES
    58
    <150 (mg/dL)

    LDL-CHOLESTEROL
    71
    <130 (mg/dL (calc))

    Desirable range <100 mg/dL for patients with CHD or
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    CHOL/HDLC RATIO
    2.8
    < OR = 5.0 ((calc))
    NON HDL CHOLESTEROL
    83
    mg/dL (calc)
    Target for non-HDL cholesterol is 30 mg/dL higher than
    LDL cholesterol target.
    CBC (INCLUDES DIFF/PLT)
    CURRENT RANGEOVER TIME
    WHITE BLOOD CELL COUNT
    6.4
    3.8-10.8 (Thousand/uL)
    RED BLOOD CELL COUNT
    4.79
    4.20-5.80 (Million/uL)
    HEMOGLOBIN
    15.3
    13.2-17.1 (g/dL)
    HEMATOCRIT
    45.7
    38.5-50.0 (%)
    MCV
    95.6
    80.0-100.0 (fL)
    MCH
    32.0
    27.0-33.0 (pg)
    MCHC
    33.5
    32.0-36.0 (g/dL)
    RDW
    13.7
    11.0-15.0 (%)
    PLATELET COUNT
    284
    140-400 (Thousand/uL)
    MPV
    8.1
    7.5-12.5 (fL)
    ABSOLUTE NEUTROPHILS
    4045
    1500-7800 (cells/uL)
    ABSOLUTE LYMPHOCYTES
    1581
    850-3900 (cells/uL)
    ABSOLUTE MONOCYTES
    678
    200-950 (cells/uL)
    ABSOLUTE EOSINOPHILS
    58
    15-500 (cells/uL)
    ABSOLUTE BASOPHILS
    38
    0-200 (cells/uL)
    NEUTROPHILS
    63.2
    %
    LYMPHOCYTES
    24.7
    %
    MONOCYTES
    10.6
    %
    EOSINOPHILS
    0.9
    %
    BASOPHILS
    0.6
    %
    DHEA SULFATE
    CURRENT RANGEOVER TIME
    DHEA SULFATE
    291
    24-537 (mcg/dL)
    SEX HORMONE BINDING GLOBULIN
    CURRENT RANGEOVER TIME
    SEX HORMONE BINDING GLOBULIN
    22
    10-50 (nmol/L)

    So my only questions are is my estrogen high? The range they use are 60-190 and I'm at 177. That's a bit different from the ranges I normally see here. I asked when I got the blood drawn if I could do the womens test because it's more accurate and she just said you'll have to talk to the doctor about that next visit. Also, why is my alkaline phosphate so low? It's been low for a few years now and from my research it says from not eating enough, but I am eating like a mad man and have put on 20 pounds in two months. Other than that how do my numbers look? This is after two months on trt and I was at 100 mg every 5 days. Also using hcg . This was 5 days after my last shot right before my next. It was taken at 11:30 and I was working that morning prior moving furniture and sweating pretty good. Thanks for the input!
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    At quick glance your numbers look great to me.
    Great chol values
    You alk being low could just be how you run. Genetic maybe. Just track it.
    I would have thought your DHT would be higher. Not issue, just an observation.
    Are we missing free T?

    Main question is how do you feel? Great gain btw. 20 lbs in two months is awesome. Nice to see what optimized T levels coupled with solid nutrition and training will do!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    At quick glance your numbers look great to me.
    Great chol values
    You alk being low could just be how you run. Genetic maybe. Just track it.
    I would have thought your DHT would be higher. Not issue, just an observation.
    Are we missing free T?

    Main question is how do you feel? Great gain btw. 20 lbs in two months is awesome. Nice to see what optimized T levels coupled with solid nutrition and training will do!
    Yes Kel free t is missing, I asked them to draw for it and she said you're gonna have to talk to the doctor about that. Oh well right before my next shot I'm sitting in the 800's that seems pretty good to me. What do you mean with the dht? I've had to eat soooo much to put on the 20 lbs but it's worth it!

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    Your FT works out to be 23.5 ng/dl or 2.82%. Good.
    Re dht I just mean I thought it would be a bit higher based on all the labs I've seen, but that's a good thing in the long run for you. Nothing wrong with your number at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    Your FT works out to be 23.5 ng/dl or 2.82%. Good.
    Re dht I just mean I thought it would be a bit higher based on all the labs I've seen, but that's a good thing in the long run for you. Nothing wrong with your number at all.
    thanks for the input kel!

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