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I have posted blood test results before in the hope of finding something which would account for my low libido, weak erections, no morning erections, brain fog, detached feelings and general fatigue.

I have had a recent blood test which was a fasting one, I wanted to see if
anyone could shed some light on these as doctors do not delve in to the results if they fall within range (even if lower or higher end) would appreciate any feedback! Bare in mind my results reflect the UK criteria and measurements which may differ from US.

TSH: 0.9 MiU/L (0.4 - 5.0)
T4: 14pmol (9-19)
FSH level: 1.6 iu/L (1.0-12.0)
LH level: 3.5 iu/L (1.1-8.8)

Testosterone: 35 nmol
Oestradiol: 138pmol (Ref <160)
Cortisol: 298nmol

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Blood tests can not be relied upon to diagnose Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome or TDS. This is diagnosed by listening to what the man is saying and the diagnosis is confirmed or not by putting the man on a trial of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). That is what I think you need -- not more blood tests.
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