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Please somebody help. I'm 30 yo, i've been diagnosed with low t (3.86 ng/ml), low normal LH & FSH (0.97 & 3.15 miu). Is there a permanent cure?

Please somebody help. I'm 30 yo, i've been diagnosed with low t (3.86 ng/ml), low normal LH & FSH (0.97 & 3.15 miu). Is there a permanent cure?

No cure, but help: Not knowing what your diagnosis is, i can't say for sure. Men your age with low testosterone may have any of a number of medical reasons for that. In medicine, we speak of "cure" meaning that the illness is permanently gone with no further treatment. Most illnesses cannot be cured, but well treated. Go to your physician and get a thorough evaluation, which will then lead to treatment. ...Read more

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Fsh (Definition)

Fsh is a peptide hormone synthesized in the anterior (forward) pituitary gland in both males and females. The name 'follicle stimulating hormone' refers to its role in females, namely to recruit and prepare an oocyte (egg) in the first half of the menstrual cycle leading up to ovulation. Fsh is often measured in blood to test a woman's ovarian ...Read more


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What are FSH scores used for?

FSH levels: Fsh score is not commonly used term in reproductive medicine. If you are asking about fsh levels, this a a blood test drawn around day 3 of your cycle. It measures your ovarian reserve or ovarian aging and we like it be generally less than 10. ...Read more

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Can estrogen help suppress fsh?

Can estrogen help suppress fsh?

Why: Why do you want to suppress fsh. Estrogen will suppress lh, who's job it is to stimulate estrogen in the first place. Fsh relates to egg production, not estrogen. ...Read more

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How does FSH reach the ovaries?

How does FSH reach the ovaries?

In the blood: FSH is made in the pituitary gland, released into the blood and carried to the ovaries where it is needed for development of follicles into mature egg cells ...Read more

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Can your FSH levels be high and estrogen high?

Fsh relates to: Egg development, not estrogen level, which is regulated by another pituitary hormone known as lh. ...Read more

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I have elevated FSH and hct what does this mean?

I have elevated FSH and hct what does this mean?

Menopause: An elevated fsh shows ovarian failure or menopause. Hematocrit (hct) refers to your red blood cell count. It is usually done to determine if someone is low meaning they are anemic. ...Read more

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Is there high FSH in males with klinefelter's syndrome?

Is there high FSH in males with klinefelter's syndrome?

Usually: The gonadotropin factors FSH & lh are usually increased in thease kids after 10-12 yrs of age when early adolescence would normally begin. ...Read more

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Which is the best day in a woman's cycle to check FSH prolactin and LH ?

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Which is the best day in a woman's cycle   to check FSH prolactin and LH ?

FSH: To test fsh for fertility, that is done on day 3. Lh should be undetectable or very low at that point. ...Read more

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Can FSH levels tell me if I have either kallman's syndrome or klinefelter's?

Can FSH levels tell me if I have either kallman's syndrome or klinefelter's?

Maybe: Blood tests which is always the starting point for ks to check for elevated fsh, lh and estradiol as well as low testosterone. This should be your starting point. ...Read more

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