Hi! I am simply posting this to determine whether the following tests indicate hypothyroidism, and through what diagnosis do they. If anyone is familiar, I am also looking to see if the tests indicate hypogonadism. Is it primary or secondary? And to what diagnosis may this be caused? Here are the tests! Thank you: I look forward to all of your input.
Testosterone, Serum: 265 (348-1197)
This was concerning, so another more extensive test followed.
TSH: 2.360 (0.450-4.500)
LH: 4.2 (1.7-8.6)
FSH: 1.1 (1.5-12.4)
Testosterone, Serum: 330 (348-1197)
Prolactin: 8.5 (4.0-15.2)
The next test was issued by an endocrinologist.
Free Testosterone(Direct): 9.4 (9.3-26.5)
Testosterone, Total, Lc/Ms: 253.9 (348-1197)
Lh: 4.1 (1.7-8.6)
FSH: 1.1 (1.5-12.4)
The next test my current endocrinologist ordered because I had been off Prozac for one week and figured why not.
Cortisol: 20.8 (2.3-19.4)
TSH: 4.2: (0.450-4.500)
The first two tests were taken at 11:30 AM and 10:30 AM respectively, and the last two were taken at 8:00 AM.
I had an MRI done, and the results came back clear.
Thyroid Panel With TSH
TSH: 1.930 (0.450-4.500)
Thyroxine (T4): 9.6 (4.5-12.0)
T3 Uptake: 34 (24-39)
Free Thyroxine Index: 3.3 (1.2-4.9)
Thyroid Peroxidase (TPO) Ab: 8 (0-34)
Antithyroglobulin Ab: <20 (0-40)
Luteinizing Hormone (LH): 7.3 (1.7-8.6(
FSH, Serum: 1.3 (1.5-12.4)
Calcitonin, Serum: <2.0 (0.0-8.4)
Reverse T3, Serum: 21.5 (9.2-24.1)
Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy: 32.6 (30.0-100.0)
Triiodothyronine (T3): 115 (71-180)
Estrogens, Total: 83 (40-115)
Ferritin, Serum: 70 (30-400)
Triiodothyronine, Free, Serum: 3.7 (2.0-4.4)
I do not know if this is important, however, these tests were taken at 8 AM. This could cause for the imbalance in some tests, as I had not eaten. I wonder if these are impacted: Calcitonin, Serum; Ferritin, Serum; and/or Vitamin D, 25-Hydoxy.
It is also important to note, I am currently taking: 50mcgs of Synthroid in the morning, 20mg of Adderall in the morning, and 10mg of Prozac at night. I started taking Synthroid before the last blood work.