What's the reference range for total estrogen? I doubt it's anything to worry about. Estriol and estrone are much less potent than estradiol, so probably nothing to be worried about with estradiol on the lowish side relative to testosterone.
Is your progesterone measurement on the 0.0-0.5 ng/mL reference range? I think as part of normalizing all hormones it's worthwhile pushing this up to mid-range.
Estrogen, Total - Estrogens, Total 97
Ref Range - pg/mL 40-115
It's on the higher side of the range but not too bad.
You might be on to something with the Progesterone. It's at .1 in the 0.0-0.5ng/mL range.
Pregnenolone was 29. After doing more research it looks like I need to step it up as well. I'm going to see if I get my hands on this to supplement.
I just ran more labs(2/22) on a few other things - here is what I came back with:
DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE, LC/MS/MS 58
Reference Range: 12-65 ng/dL
Reference Range: 0.40-4.50 mIU/L
T4, FREE 1.0
Reference Range: 0.8-1.8 ng/dL
Reference Range: 2.0-18.0 ng/mL
CORTISOL, A.M. 18.7
mcg/dL Reference Range Specimen: 4.0-22.0
PSA, TOTAL 0.4
Reference Range: < OR = 4.0 ng/mL
Overall it's a battle each day with my mental health.
I have low sex drive, foggy memory, lack of morning/nocturnal erections, etc.
My doctor did prescribe HcG and I compound pharmacy is supposed to be calling me early next week to mail to me.
See anything suspicious on the latest labs?