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FSH , LH , anti mullerian , prolactin & testosterone hormone test levels should be measured when? before, after,1st , 2nd day of period?
I have got myself tested for sr.Progestrone, prolactin and testosterone. Testosterone level has come out to be 1.47ng/ml. Please let me know the cause?
Need all lab results: I would like to know all the results. ...Read more
Elevated cortisol, high prolactin, low testosterone and countless recent athletic injuries to joints and poor recovery. Can it all be related somehow?
27 year old female, not pregnant, cortisol, ACTH, prolactin, dhea, testosterone is high. What can cause all of these hormones to be elevated at once?
Hormones: It would be very helpful if you could give some more information about your symptoms and lab data. ...Read more
What is dheas ?Also what does it mean the dr. Say you need dheas, free +total testosterone prolactin.What role does it play in a woman in the 30's?Expl
Possible PCOS: Dheas is a hormone made mostly by the adrenal glands that has some male hormone effects. If you have irregular periods, weight gain, excess body hair growth, your doctor may be looking for evidence for polycystic ovarian syndrome by doing the male hormone levels. High prolactin can also cause menstrual changes. ...Read more
Fsh high 20.9, LH border high 8.6, testosterone, prolactin, TSH normal, azospermia. Is there anything i can do about this?
Yes: 'Mapping': This is called nonobstructive azoospermia and is often characterized by pockets of testis sperm despite the absence of ejaculated sperm. The trick is to safely find these pockets to retrieve sperm for assisted reproduction (ivf-icsi). Read more at: http://theturekclinic.Com/services/male-fertility-infertility-doctor-treatments-issues-zero-sperm-count/sperm-mapping-testicular/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This r my hormone test result can u plz tell me if its normal TSH 2.80uIu/ml, FSH 6.9IU/l, prolactin 309mIU/l, testosterone 1.6 nmol/l, T4 10.3pmol/l
Hyperprolactinemia: Your prolactin is high. Everything else looks within normal ranges. High prolactin can be due to certain medications, pregnancy, chest trauma, kidney disease, underactive thyroid, stress, and pituitary adenomas. Please return to your physician for additional testing to find the cause. If you have visual disturbances or headaches, you may need an MRI of the brain ASAP. ...Read more
Hi I recently had some tests. Although my Pituitary, serum testosterone and prolactin results all came back as normal my FSH came back at 52.6, Im 29.
FSH levels: Without any other information no specific response can be provided. This level is much higher that normal range for your age. Many conditions can change FSH levels. Your doctor will discuss any significant abnormal results with you in relation to your symptoms and past health. possibilities include: Loss of ovarian function before age 40 (ovarian failure) or Menopause has occurred. ...Read more
31 year old over weight male on diet
hdl 51.1 mg/dl
glucose 98.1 mg/dl
esr 20 mm/hr
prolactin 2747 miu/ml
testosterone 5.11 ng/ml
whats wrong with me?
Hyperprolactinemia: Elevated prolactin level can be due to abnormality to the pituitary gland, such as adenoma ( tumor) compression of the pituitary stalk , high level of prolactin can cause impotance, galactorrhea ( production of excess breats milk), gynecomastia ( big breast in men) your doctor may want to send you for an MRI of your brain for further evaluation. ...Read more