The low progesterone really stands out to me. I have been pretty impressed with the stories I have heard about pregnenalone. The concept behind taking pregnenalone is that your body can utilize it wherever it needs to, including downstream for progesterone. So you could take some and see if it raises the progesterone and if you feel any better?
However, if you are not having any "adrenal fatigue" type symptoms, then this is probably not necessary.
Here is some info from Dr. Lam's site:http://www.drlam.com/articles/adrenal_fatigue_and_hormone.asp
"Taking pregnenolone for adrenal fatigue can therefore be challenging for multiple reasons as paradoxical reaction is a major concern. In addition, one can take what appears to be an adequate dosage but will not benefit from this if the body is shunting it towards cortisol production. On the other hand, overdose is possible if too much is taken over time.
The normal starting dose is 15 mg, increasing up to 100 mg for men or women. Pregnenolone should be derived from a pharmacologically pure product and not a yam-derived "precursor.” Oral pregnenolone pills work well. Sublingual administration is an excellent option by bypassing the initial liver metabolism that occurs after swallowing an oral pill but it tends to be "spiky" and not well tolerated by those who are sensitive or in advanced s adrenal fatigue state.
Pregnenolone is converted in the body to progesterone
and these two hormones have some overlapping similarities. Pregnenolone is also converted into DHEA, which, in turn may convert into androstenedione, testosterone, and estrogens. Pregnenolone supplementation may increase progesterone levels
and consequently other hormones in the body (testosterone and estradiol)."
You could get a little testosterone boost from it but not much. Please read the whole page if you and your doc decide to go that route as there are a couple of cautions.