San Antonio, TX
A 45-year-old male asked:
Keep reading about the t/e (testosterone/ estrogen ratio) and ideally there is a 14-20 goldilocks range? anything to this?
1 doctor answer • 1 doctor weighed in
Clinical Lipidology 57 years experience
Probably not: There are phasic changes in serum T levels, and serum E2 levels are determined by aromatization to a large degree. In general, E2 levels in men, if high, are a risk factor for blood coagulation.
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