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WTF... look how low my natural testosterone is

Joltan

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Lab results attached.

Total Test - 95 (265-916 is acceptable)
Free Test - 4.8 (8.7-25.1)
Estradiol, Sensitive - 4.9 (8-35)


I am 34 years old. I have done 1 and a half cycles, both were around 15 years ago. 500mg test, and then 750mg test and tren acetate. Stopped the 2nd cycle due to anxiety. I did proper PCT after both cycles, HCG and everything. Currently supplementing with Vitamin D (5,000iu) and ZMA's.

I had this test done from discount labs online. What should be my next step? Should I set up an appt with my regular doctor, or maybe a Urologist? Should I be worried that it's something even worse causing it?
 

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I would make an appointment with your regular doctor and go from there. They will probably want to do a second blood test to confirm.
 

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Hey bro....I would definitely see your regular Dr. and have a full blood panel done. You are well below the normal range for someone in your age group for sure. How do you feel in general? Rundown? Tired easily?
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Yeah, super rundown and tired. I take medicine for anxiety and depression as well.
 

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See an endocrinologist. Mine was stuck at around 45. I went about 1 year clean and it never rose any higher.

With you being clean for 15 years there is definitely an issue. Surprised you went so long! Get that taken care of so you can feel normal again. They will probably test your LH and FSH, see where those are at. I guess you haven't tried to have any children?
 

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I'd see a Urologist after my experience with Endo. Have you ever had a concussion or been knocked out? These are common in my career choice and it can impact the HPTA decades later. Mine literally shut off one day and I had numbers nearly identical to yours.
 

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Obviously could be exacerbated by some medications you may be taking but I’m not really surprised. I have seen dozens of bloods from guys in their 30’s that cycled ‘back in the day’ and almost all of them have low T. Leydig cells get damaged by a number of different mechanisms with exogenous hormones and rarely return to normal function long term
 

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I'd see a Urologist after my experience with Endo. Have you ever had a concussion or been knocked out? These are common in my career choice and it can impact the HPTA decades later. Mine literally shut off one day and I had numbers nearly identical to yours.

Yes, I've had two concussions both sustained in BMX crashes. Both happened over 15 years ago. I'll have to look into this...
 

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Yes, I've had two concussions both sustained in BMX crashes. Both happened over 15 years ago. I'll have to look into this...

Did you have your GH level tested too? I wonder if that is low. Maybe hypothalamus damage ?
 

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Student I knew

There was a student that used to go to our high school were I sub, he is now dead I think, that looked like he was in the 4th grade or so. He was going to school at the high school in a special ed class, and the aids told me he was 17 years old. He had some serious disabilities. When I asked what happened to him I was told he was in a bad car accident and never grew any after that. He must have been about 10 years old or so and was as if he were frozen in time, never looked older than that. GH must not have been released, never went through puberty. The wreck must have been real bad. It was one of the saddest things I have ever seen. He couldn't really talk either, no speech. One day he just stopped coming to school, he finally passed away.

https://endocrinenews.endocrine.org/october-2014-head-cases/
 

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Yes, I've had two concussions both sustained in BMX crashes. Both happened over 15 years ago. I'll have to look into this...

I'd have your pituitary function checked out too. The swelling damages it permanently and eventually stops releasing the hormones for the endocrine system. Read up on micro traumatic brain injuries. The effects compound and cause severe dysfunction later on.
 

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There was a student that used to go to our high school were I sub, he is now dead I think, that looked like he was in the 4th grade or so. He was going to school at the high school in a special ed class, and the aids told me he was 17 years old. He had some serious disabilities. When I asked what happened to him I was told he was in a bad car accident and never grew any after that. He must have been about 10 years old or so and was as if he were frozen in time, never looked older than that. GH must not have been released, never went through puberty. The wreck must have been real bad. It was one of the saddest things I have ever seen. He couldn't really talk either, no speech. One day he just stopped coming to school, he finally passed away.

https://endocrinenews.endocrine.org/october-2014-head-cases/

Wow... thanks for sharing.
 

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I set up an appointment today with my internal medicine doctor to discuss. I'll see if he can refer me to a specialist.

Thanks everyone.
 

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