No, LH is not thyroid related, except in that all parts of the endocrine system are interdependent. LH in men stimulates the production of testosterone. It's kind of, with FSH, the reporductive system's version of TSH.
Holy cow. I had no idea. So LH is the same as TSH but in the testosterone family. I still cant find an answer as to how the LH is treated. But if what you are saying is correct, it doesnt matter because im injecting testosterone and my testosterone numbers are in range. RIght? I knew i should of paid attention in physics.
You should have paid attention somewhere! LOL
I don't know that much about LH, but I'm guessing that, like TSH, you can't treat it directly. If you're taking exogenous testosterone, then one would expect LH to be low...same as when you're taking thyroid meds, TSH should be low.
Ah.... so if im overmedicated, my LH might be lower than range. Makes sense.. Well I dont feel like im on too much testosterone, but i can tell you i certainly need more t4. im holding at 10 weeks on 125 syncrap before i make a move despite my labs at 5 weeks showing i need more. Nice and slow this time. No mistakes.. Im coming in for a landing. I think in 30 days ive only had 1 intolerable day. I bet you never thought you would hear me say that?