Curious to hear from folks here whether my hormone results are indicative of PSSD

General discussions. Feel free to use this like a support group also.
anicca
Posts: 4
Joined: Thu Jun 23, 2022 1:16 am
Contact:

Curious to hear from folks here whether my hormone results are indicative of PSSD

Unread post by anicca »

28 y/o male used lexapro for nearly a year, stopped in April.

The results are as follows:
  • Testosterone: 851.00 ng/dL - reference range 240 - 871 ng/DL
  • Sex Hormone Binding Globulin: 38.00 nmol/L - reference range: 13.5 - 71.4 nmol/L
  • DHEA-Sulphate: 648.5 H ug/dL (167-591.9)
  • Prolactin: 8.73 ng/mL - reference range: 3.46-19.40
  • Estradiol (E2): 25.0 pg/ml, reference range: Males <44 pg/mL
  • LH: 2.80 miU/ml- reference range Male - 0.57 - 12.07
  • FSH: 2.56 miU/ML, reference range - 0.95 - 11.95
Are my LH/FSH levels too low - and is this common in PSSD?
Mateoo
Posts: 15
Joined: Mon Mar 08, 2021 11:59 am
Contact:

Re: Curious to hear from folks here whether my hormone results are indicative of PSSD

Unread post by Mateoo »

in general, you have great hormonal results, but it's strange that with such a low LH and FSH testosterone is high, lh and fsh can be raised using Clomid (clomiphene citrate)
anicca
Posts: 4
Joined: Thu Jun 23, 2022 1:16 am
Contact:

Re: Curious to hear from folks here whether my hormone results are indicative of PSSD

Unread post by anicca »

What are ideal numbers for LH/FSH?

If my understanding is correct too high LH/FSH numbers can be detrimental to men
User avatar
guacamo
Posts: 138
Joined: Tue Jun 29, 2021 3:03 am
Contact:

Re: Curious to hear from folks here whether my hormone results are indicative of PSSD

Unread post by guacamo »

PSSD is 100% not hormonal as indicated by PSSD subpopulation having normal hormones or fluctuation that would otherwise be explained by simple standard deviation that occurs normaly when you have a lot of people tested. Your hormone results are very good regardless of your age and within that range it's reasonable to say that any health problem you experience is not related to the blood test result you posted. LH and FSH may be a good indicator when testosterone level is low, which is not the case here.
PSSD a is cellular disease related to enzymes within the cell or to signal transduction after certain pathways are activated.
anicca
Posts: 4
Joined: Thu Jun 23, 2022 1:16 am
Contact:

Re: Curious to hear from folks here whether my hormone results are indicative of PSSD

Unread post by anicca »

Thanks for your replies @Mateoo and @guacamo

@guacamo do you think a HCG protocol would help me?
User avatar
guacamo
Posts: 138
Joined: Tue Jun 29, 2021 3:03 am
Contact:

Re: Curious to hear from folks here whether my hormone results are indicative of PSSD

Unread post by guacamo »

You did not specify really what health problem you are troubled with, but regardless of that i do not think that taking HCG will help you, as i said if you have any health concerns, it is unlikely that they are related to the blood test you mentioned.
Post Reply

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 0 guests