remember from the article to get a 10:1 you have to convert the normal E of pg/mL to ng/dl and then do the ratio. still seems hinky to me though. I've been up over 50 to as much as 88 the night sweats/overly warm plus being PMSish and aggressive were negatively impacting my life.
But then I have low SHBG and (specualate) high Free E so I have a particular part that may have me as an outlier.
That would actually be even worse for the 10:1 ratio.
Let's say a total T of 800ng/dl
A 10:1 ratio would be 80ng/dl, which would equate (once converted to the standard pg/ml E2 units) to 800pg/ml.
Although mathematically speaking you should match units for consistency, in these situations one must assume folks are referring to ratios of unadjusted/unmatched units.
I'm assuming the doctor must have misspoke when referring to 10:1 ratio with SAME units.