What symptoms do you have?
As stated above your Thyroid levels look pretty darn good that many people would kill for.
Yes your TSH is high and that is the ONLY reason why your Dr would suggest taking Thyroid meds. But that is because the Dr seems ONLY to be looking at the TSH.
If you are not symptomatic then I would also question the need to take Thyroid.
I don't know much about testosterone but it seems to appear low. But don't know what causes low T.
You may want to go to a different Dr and see what he thinks.
Your testosterone level is low, and your TSH is high, the only connection I can think of between the two would be your Pituitary Gland, there ar many different reasons/conditions for low testosterone, mine because of age, that is why I mentioned it. I know excessive alcohol can lower testosterone levels, but I am no MD, I know about thyroid issues, but your Free T3 and Free T4 look fine. What did your MD say about the levels? Any feedback?
Sorry I missed the ranges at first glance. Sorry I can't give you more info on that issue. I would be interested in what your MD said though. Are you located in Canada, I did not recognize those ranges. Take Care Best Regards
I attached the references. those between two stars (* * ) are lab references. I am 24 years old guy.I am really worry about my health.is testosterone level normal?
My result :
TSH(*0.38-5.5*) FT4(*10.5-20*) FT3(*3.5-6.5*)
2011-05-07 : 4.8 20.3 5.8
2011-05-18 : 4.7 17.6 -
2011-11-21: 5.8 18.9 5.5
2012-07-17: 5.6 20.6 -
2012-12-10: 9.9 17.9 5.6
Testosterone 10.1 *10.0-30.00* nmol/L
Testosterone Free calculated 316 *90-700* pmol/L
Method of Vermeulen
Testosterone biovailabe Calculated 7.4 *2-6* nmol/L
Method of Vermeulen Interpret BAt and CFT results with cation
in presence of signficant hypoalbuminemia
Sex Hormone Binding Globlin 17 *10-70* nmol/L
With all the results you have, I hate to ask, but could you just post your TSH Free T3 and Free T4 and include the reference ranges provided for each? Ranges vary fron lab to lab, that is why they are needed to see how you are with your thyroid, as far as Testosterone is concerned, it normally does not affect the thyroid levels. If you are up in age they would be low, testosterone hormone is available through your MD, although a risk of Prostate Cancer comes with it, so your md would have to monitor the prostate frequently. Please repost the thyroid labs Best Regards FTB4