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Overtrained Athlete and Blood Test Results

22/m here with MS. I am an active athlete and I believe I have completely overtrained myself. Symptoms are fatigue, frequent urination, fatigue, sleeplessness, mentally slow, and decreased to zero libido. My blood tests are available below. Obviously, testosterone at 71 ng/dL is a major concern along with LH at 1.1. Can anyone interpret these for me and rule out hypothyroid vs. overtraining. I have since stopped training and plan on taking 2 weeks to rest and recovery intensely. Any comments are appreciated.

Thank you-

Prolactin – 8.1 NG/ML
TT4 – UG/DL
FT4 - 79 ng/dL
TSH – 0.397 uiu/mL
TT3 - .65 NG/ML
FSH – 2.5 MIU/ML
LH – 1.1 MIU/ML
Serum,Testosterone – 71 ng/dL
Cortisol – 10.9 UG/DL
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read this, I would guess your main issue IS the testoterone.. doesn't present like hypo

http://www.medhelp.org/forums/urology/archive/41.html

I'm wondering about the steroid aspect?
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I don't know about the testosterone but, I would get a glucose tolerence test and rule out diabetes.  Your symptoms . . . including the fatigue, frequent urination,sleepiness . . .and I think even decrease libido are symtoms.  I am not a medical professional but, I would definately get it checked out.

http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-symptoms.jsp
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"Symptoms are fatigue, frequent urination, fatigue, sleeplessness, mentally slow, and decreased to zero libido."

Have you had viral testing done ? (EBV, etc.)
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