Follow up to my previous thread http://www.peaktestosterone.com/forum/index.php?topic=13861.0
After 1 month treatment, 0.5mg Dostinex(Cabergoline) 2 times a week and Euthyrox(Levothyroxine) 25mcg once daily and my diet still same but just increase dopamine supplements/foods. So far no more ed and get maintain a longer erection.
Here's my hormone test in between months:November 24, 2017
SHBG- 28.6 nmol/l
Testosterone- 19.39 nmol/l (4.94 - 32.03)
Free T - 0.4 nmol/L (0.108 - 0.521)
FSH- 5.95 IU/L (0.95 - 11.95)
LH- 5.35 IU/L (0.57-12.07)
Prolactin- 427.8 mIU/L
(73 - 407)
E2- 62.4 pmol/L (40.4 - 161.5)
Cortisol- 411 nmol/L (AM : 102.12 - 535.44)
Free T3- 4.14 pmol/L (2.63 - 5.71)
Free T4- 14.16 pmol/L (9.0-19.1)
TSH- 5.41 v mIU/L
(0.35 - 4.94)
DHEAS- 6.7 umol/L (4.6 - 16.1)January 10, 2018
Testosterone- 9.1 nmol/l
FSH- 7.2 IU/L (1.4-18.1)
LH- 4.4 IU/L (1.5-9.3)
Prolactin- 29 mIU/L
Free T3- 5.4 pmol/L(3.5-6)
Free T4- 20.2 pmol/L (11.5-22.7)
TSH- 3.86 mIU/L (0.35-4.55)
Everything much improve especially prolactin but it much lower in range... But I'm shocked that my T drop to single digit!!! My doctor just said it still in the range and need time to raise but she don't tell me why my T was dropped so much... I think maybe the drugs makes me high cortisol so it lower my T? If it happened to my situation, everything seems fixed but long term low T is it a good idea? Because my doctor said I still need to take Cabergoline for 1~2 years and Levothyroxine for half year. Too bad that she didn't test my cortisol and free T...
Also, although I'm low T but how come my sexual function much better now? Is Dopamine play a key role? And thyroid function support?
Welcome any advice! Thanks guys!!