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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #20 on: October 04, 2018, 12:29:54 PM »
Lodewijkp


Low white blod cels, hyperinsulinemia with reactive hypoglycemia.

i have hyperinsulinemia with reactive hypoglycemia,
 my endocrinologist told me it's likely caused by a rare disorder
 but she stopped treating me because she had no idea what the underlying cause is.
 insulin levels are high, they are 58 uIU/ml but my insulin sensitivity is good so
 no diabetes. i got both symptoms from high insulin and reactive hypoglycemia.
 another significant factor is that blood worked showed that i have
a shortage of white blood cells.




Twp06242014

Low testosterone.

He tested my blood for various specific things.
A few momths ago my regular doc tested my testosterone and it
came back a bit on the low side around 386 i think.
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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #21 on: October 04, 2018, 12:31:33 PM »
caveeater

low white blod cels, low vitamin d .

I have Vitamin D defficiency and POIS. Im not sure if they are related or not.
I also have a low white blood cell count.
My doctor has given me a prescription for vitamin D and hopes this will
correct the low blood cell count.





lapoisse

low testosterone

I got low testo, I had 5 endocrino around me asking question,
2nd result came righ, they don't even answer my calls.





Nas.car

Low testosterone

I also add that I have low testosterone and LH and FSH
levels below the normal, there is definitely something
wrong even in my pituitary gland .
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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #22 on: October 04, 2018, 12:35:39 PM »

Alessandro84


low testosterone, low free T olso


I also have normal-low testosterone and low levels of free testosterone.



FornicationDE

low testosterone, hi cortisol.

I am having low testosterone and light Cushing symptoms that make me feel weak.





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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #23 on: October 04, 2018, 12:39:10 PM »
Vicet m


general blod tests


White Blood Count         6.2K/UL            4.5-11.0
Red Blood Count          5.01M/UL                 4.70-6.10
Hemoglobin            15.1 g/dl            14.0-18.0
Hematocrit            42.6%            42.0-52.0
MCV                       85.0 fL            80.0-94.0
MCH                       30.1 pg            27.0-34.0
MCHC               35.4 g/dl            32.0-36.0
RDW               12.3%            11.0-15.0
MPV                       9.6 fL            7.4-10.4
Platelet Count            332 K/UL                 150-450
Neut%               54.7%            42.0-75.0
Lym%               32.3%            15.0-40.0
Mono%               12.0%         H   3.0-11.0
Eos%               0.5%            0.0-7.0
Baso%               0.3%            0.0-3.0
Neu#               3..3 K/mm3         1.5-7.7
Lym#               2.0 K/mm3         1.4-3.9
Mono#               0.7 K/mm3         0.2-1.0
Eos#               0.0 K/mm3         0.0-0.7
Baso#               0.0 K/mm3         0.0-0.3
IG%                       0.2%            0.0-1.0
IG#                       0.01 K/mm3         0.00-0.10

Test Name                                Result                    Flag     Reference
Sed Rate                                  5 mm/hr                           1-15

NA                      138.0 mmoI/L         137.0-145.0
K                      3.70 mmoI/L         3.60-5.30
Cl                      97.0 mmoI/L      L   98.0-110.0
CO2                      26.0 mmoI/L         22.0-32.0
Glucose               88 mg/dl                 65-99
BUN                      16.0 mg/dl                     7.0-23.0
Crea                      1.00 mg/dl                 0.70-1.30
Ca                      9.6 mg/dl                 0.70-1.30
Total Protein            8.80 g/dl            H   6.30-8.20
AlbuminP                   5.40 g/dl            H   3.50-5.00
AST                      25 iu/l            15-46
Alkaline Phosphase         61 iu/l            38-126
ALT                      7 iu/l                L   13-69
T. Bilirubin                   1.20 mg/dl                0.20-1.30
cGFR-AA                   >60 ML/MIN/1.7      60-125mL/min/1.73m/S/2
cGFR-O               >60 ML/MIN/1.7      60-125mL/min/1.73m/S/2


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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #24 on: October 04, 2018, 12:40:29 PM »
Habibou

A lot of abnormality from tests.



-Ig M =      249%                        260%         (of the normal avergave)
-Ig G =       99%                            90%
-Ig A =       49%                           60%           
-Ig E =      190%
   C3 =      124%                            98%
   C4 =        73%                           42%


                                     January
-adrenaline           <0.50 nmol/l         < 1.00
-noradrenaline        8.53 nmol/l       < 4.00             1443 ng/l      < 675
-dopamine            <0.50 nmol/l         <1.00


Unrina :

-adrenaline       0.02 umol/l           < 0.10
-noradrenaline   0.42 umol/l          < 0.50
-dopamine        1.34 umol/l           < 3.00

All the blood tests were done 2 hours after an O.
The red standards are the unusual ones !

Last blood tests abnormal standards (with an 2 O 12 and 10 hours before)
                                                   June
TGMH                           33.3 pg        (27.0 - 32.0)
VMP                              10.3 fl          (6.0 - 10.0)
Reticulocytes                 30 giga/l        (50 - 100)
Phosphatase alkalines    128 U/l         (37 - 111)
Cholesterol                    4.04 mmol/l   (4.40 - 6.45)
Albumin                        48.6 g/l        (38.0 - 46.0)

November 2011
D Vitamin = 10 ng/ml      (30 -100)





Hoping

From what is he tested- all normal.

I am an active, healthy, 26-year-old American male.
 Unfortunately, all of my tests were in the normal range.

(O within 24-48 hours of testing. I can't remember exactly)

Test                  Result              Normal Range
Glucose                        85                  65-99
Urea Nitrogen               12                  7-25
Creatinine                    1.16                0.80-1.30
Sodium                       141                  135-146
Potassium                    4.3                  3.5-5.3
Chloride                      103                  98-110
Carbon dioxide             27                  21-33
Calcium                       9.8                  8.6-10.2
Protein, total               7.2                  6.2-8.3
Albumin                      4.8                  3.6-5.1
Globulin                      2.4                  2.1-3.7
Bilirubin                      1.0                  0.2-1.2
Alkaline Phosphatase    55                  40-115
AST                          18                   10-40
ALT                          17                   9-60


Testosterone Test
                        Result    Normal Range
Testosterone,         666             250-1100
total, LC/MS/MS

Testosterone, free   119.0          35.0-155.0
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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #25 on: October 04, 2018, 12:43:04 PM »
Demografx

low testosterone hi prolactin


I took a blood test one week after release, POIS-free.
 My endocrinologist comments on my hormone test results:

"Your testosterone concentration is low and prolactin is high.
 If I cannot explain it by the medications/supplements you were taking I'll
 want to schedule an MRI of your pituitary gland."





EDS from NS forum

Low testosterone , hi estradiol, low t/shbg ratio, tpo hi ...


Hello everyone!


I tested Cortisol in the following manner:
15 minutes before ?O? at 10:00 pm ?       result = normal @ 0.4 (range 0.4 ? 1.0)
15 minutes after at 10:45pm ?          result = low @ 0.2 (range 1.2 ? 3.0)
The next morning - 9 hours after at 7:00 am ?    result = low @ 3.3 (range 3.7 ? 9.5)
The next evening - 23 hours after at 9:00 pm ?    result = low @ 0.1 (range 0.6 ? 1.9)



I sampled the blood spots 33 hours after ?O? so I knew it would be as bad as it gets for me.
The blood tests results were as follows:

Estradiol ?       result = high @ 58 (range 12 -56)
Testosterone ?    result = low @ 342 (range 400 ? 1200)
Ratio T/SHBG ?    result = low @ 0.3 (range 0.7 ? 1.0)
DHEAS ?       result = normal @ 125 (range 70 ? 325
SHBG ?       result = normal @ 36 (range 15 ? 50)
PSA ?          result = normal @ 1.1 (range <0.5 ? 4)
Free T4 ?       result = normal @ 0.7 ? 2.5)
Free T3 ?       result = normal @ 3.4 (range 2.5 ? 6.5)
TSH ?          result = normal @ 3.0 (range 0.5 ? 3.0)
TPO ?          result = high @ 380 (range 0 ? 150 w/70 being borderline)



Yohhn 21 from NS


Hi hawy metals


Here are my (out of range) results from a heavy metals urine test:
Unprovoked:
Mercury => High Normal
Nickel    => Very High
Lead     =>  Normal

Provoked:
Mercury => High
Nickel    => Very High
Lead     => High
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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #26 on: October 04, 2018, 12:45:01 PM »
Robb23 from NS


Low testosterone, low shbg, low white blod cels, hi prolactin.


I took some blood tests last year and discovered I had low total testosterone,
 407 ng/dl on a scale of 400-1080 ng/dl. Results from two later tests were even lower,
 9.056 nmol/L and 9.682 nmol/L (on a scale of 6.07-27.1 nmol/L).
 Doctors said these levels were all "within normal range" but they look very low to me.
 Also low were SHBG (19 nmol/L scale 11-80 nmol/L), E2 (68.00 pmol/L scale 73.40-275.25 pmol/L),
 and my white blood cell count (4.5 x10^3/uL on a scale of 4.8-10.0 x10^3/uL).
 Prolactin was high (261.59 mIU/L scale 55.97-278.36 mIU/L). TSH was 2.5 uIU/ML
 (scale 0.35-6.00 uIU/ML) and later 1.780 uIU/ML (scale 0.27-4.2 uIU/ML).





Acronaym from NS


Low white blod cels neutrophils, diagnosed lyme disease



     I do have an irregular immune system though.
 What I do have is Lymphopenia with reduced Neutrophils,
 T Cells and Lymphocytes. The doctors did not do anything about
 it as I hardly ever get any infections anymore (which is weird
 in that now I never get a cold) so they seem to think the lower
 numbers are coping well. I was diagnosed with Lyme disease earlier this year,
 so that supposedly might explain my irregular lymphocyte subsets.

 






Jferr from NS




Pregnenolone:           196, (55-455)
Growth Hormone:      4.16, (0.01-0.97) Very High
Free Insulin:              2.2 Micro IU/mL, (1.4-14)

Catecholamines
Norepinephrine:         271 pg/mL, [(70-750) - supine] [(200-1700) - standing]
Epinephrine:              18 pg/mL, [(Undetectable-110) - supine] [(Undetectable-140) - standing]
Dopamine:                 <10 pg/mL, (<30 no postural change) <---? Confused me

Free T3:                    3.4 pg/mL, (2.5-3.9)
Follicle Stimlating Hormone:  1.6mIU/mL, (1.3 - 19.3) Lower End
DHEA:                       3.2 ng/mL, (<13)
Progesterone:            1.07 ng/mL, (0.1-0.8) High
Prolactin:                   6.2 ng/mL, (2.6 - 13.1)
Vitamin B12:              560 pg/ml, (180 - 914)
Folic Acid:                  >20 ng/ml, (3.0-20) Mildly High
Cortisol, PM:              14.6 ug/dL, (3.1 - 16.7)
Total Testosterone:     422 ng/dL, (175 - 781)

Thyroid Tests
TSH:                         2.64 uIU/mL, (0.34 - 5.60)
ESR:                         1 mm/Hr, (0 - 15) Mildly High

CBC
WBC:                        5.8 1000/uL, (4.5 - 11.0)
RBC                          5.33 MiL/uL, (4.20 - 5.80)
Hemoglobin:              14 g/dL, (13.1 - 17.1)
Hematocrit:               43.4 %, (40 - 51)
MCV:                        81.4 fL, (80 - 100)
MCH:                        26.3 pG, (27 - 34) Low
MCHC:                      32.4 g/dL, (31.0 - 36.0)
RDW:                       13.5 %, (11.5 - 14.5)
Platelet Count:          164 1000/uL, (140 - 400)
Lymphocytes:           24.0 %, (17.0 - 40.0)
Neutrophils:              67.2 %, (48.0 - 75.0)
Monocytes:               6.3 %, (0.0 - 14.0)
Eosinophilis:             1.9 %, (0.0 - 5.0)
Basophils:                 0.6 %, (0.0 - 3.0)

CMP
NA:                          139 mmol/L, (136 - 145)
K:                            4.1 mmol/L, (3.5 - 5.3)
CL:                          102 mmol/L, (98 - 107)
CO2:                        28 mmol/L, (22 - 32)
Calcium:                   9.4 mg/dL, (8.4 - 10.2)
Bun:                         16 mg/dL, (7 - 26)
Creatinine:                0.90 mg/dL, (0.60 - 1.30)
eGFR:                       110 mL/mi/1.73 sq m, (>60)
Bun/Creatinine Ratio: 17.8
Glucose:                   88 mg/dL, (70 - 105)
Total Protein:            7.8 g/dL, (6.5 - 8.3)
Albumin:                   4.4 g/dL, (3.5 - 5.0)
Globulin:                   3.4 g/dL
A/G Ratio:                 
Total Bilirubin:           0.4 mg/dL, (0.2 - 1.2)
Alkaline Phos:           85 IU/L, (32 - 92)
ALT (SGPT):             16 IU/L, (10 - 40)
AST (SGOT):            22 IU/L, (10 - 42)

Lipid Profile
Triglycerides:           39 mg/dL, (35 - 160) Mildly Low
Chloresterol:            132 mg/dL, (100 - 200)
HDL:                        42 mg/dL, (29 - 71)
LDL (Calculation):     82 mg/dL, (62 - 130)

Glycohemoglobulin:  5.7, (0.0 - 5.9) Mildly High

Thyroid Tests 2
T3 Uptake:               41.30 %, (32.00 - 48.40)
T4:                          9.69 ug/dL, (6.09 - 12.23)
FTI:                         4.0
Total T3L                  131.12 ng/dL, (87.00 - 178.00)
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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #27 on: October 04, 2018, 12:46:45 PM »
CertainlyPOIS from NS




Hi acth, total t in lower side.




doctor was ****** about it
said i shouldnot worry about high ACTH because cortisol is not low.
DID TEST AT AROUND 1-30PM IT WAS ORDERED 1;25PM     
results                              ref
cortiosl 14                       AM 4-22 UG/DL      PM  3-17 UG/DL
FREE T3  4.0                         2.3 -4.2 PG/ML
FREE T4  1.45                        .71-1.85 NG/DL
TSH     1.523                        .35 - 5.50 uIU/ml
FSH     .8                           1 - 12 miu/ml
lh      4.3                          2-12    miu/ml 19- 50
prolactin 8.4                        3-20 ng/ml
ACTH    60.0                    am 9 - 52  pm  4-35 pg/ml
thyroid peroxidase antibody <10      0 -35  Iu/ml

        Testosterone i have two different results, dont know why

first
F test    111   47 -244 pg/ml
% F test   2.5   1.6- 2.9
total test 446   280 - 1070 ng/dl
shbg   23         13 -71 nmol/l
dhea   15.0     dont know range         

other testorone


testosterone 431   400 - 1080 ng/dl
shbg 27   11 -80 nmol/l
testosterone  bioavailable   249.5   130.0  - 680.0
testosterone, free  87.76   47.0 - 244.0 pg/ml
estrone 21.8               9-36 pg/ml




Martin88 from ns


Hi Acth, elevated creatine.





New tests results:
From the same batch I have made few weeks ago :
(POIS day 3, early in the morning, blood test in hospital)
ACTH 16.0 (2.0-11.0) pmol/L ,  I was surprised by this one,
 I don't know how to interpret this result..
Cortisol : 533 (138-690)nmol/L 

(POIS day 3, 24h urine test in hospital)
Creatinine 17.3  (7.1-15.9) MMOL/D
Cortisol, I'll repor








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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #28 on: October 04, 2018, 03:06:39 PM »
For those of you who have been following some of the more detailed info of my 10 years’ successful TRT treatment for my testosterone deficiency, resulting in greatly improved POIS symptoms... here are my latest lab results:

PREPARED for: “demografx”

Testosterone, Free, Total and SHBG (Women & Children/Men w/Androgen Deficiency) - Details

About This Test
      Details/Past Results/Graph of Past Results



9/27/2018  6:38 AM

Component Results
Component
Value
Ref Range & Units
Status
Testosterone, LC-MS/MS (see my next post below for explanation of 
LC-MS/MS)


300
300 - 720 ng/dL
Final
REFERENCE INTERVAL: Testosterone, LC-MS/MS
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intervals for this test in the XXXX Laboratory Test Directory


Test developed and characteristics determined by XXXX
Laboratories. See Compliance Statement B
Sex Hormone Binding Globulin

36
11 - 80 nmol/L
Final
REFERENCE INTERVAL: Sex Hormone Binding Globulin

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intervals for this test in the XXXX Laboratory Test Directory

Testosterone, Free LC-MS/MS

51.3
47.0 - 244.0 pg/mL
Final
To convert to pmol/L, multiply pg/mL by 3.47

The concentration of Free Testosterone is derived from a
mathematical expression based on the constant for the binding of
testosterone to sex hormone binding globulin.

REFERENCE INTERVAL: Testosterone, Free LC-MS/MS

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intervals for this test in the XXXX Laboratory Test Directory


Test developed and characteristics determined by XXXX
Laboratories. See Compliance Statement B

Performed by XXXX Laboratories,


Lab and Collection
Testosterone, Free, Total and SHBG (Women & Children/Men w/Androgen Deficiency) on 9/20/2018

Reviewed By
My Primary Care MD on 9/28/2018  8:08 AM


Collection Information
Specimen ID:
Blood

Collected:
9/20/2018 1434

Received:
9/21/2018 2227

Testing Performed By
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Name
Director
Address
Valid Date Range
XXXX Lab
10 years of significant POIS-reduction, treatment consisting of daily (365 days/year) testosterone patches.

TRT must be checked out carefully with your doctor due to fertility, cardiac and other risks.

40+ years of severe 4-days-POIS, married, raised a family, started/ran a business

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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #29 on: October 08, 2018, 12:37:12 PM »
BuckarooBan



As it turns out, I have heterozygous genetic disorder that causes antitrypsin deficiency.  This is used to moderate immune system response in the lungs to foreign particulate.  It can cause liver disorder.  So I saw a hepetologist.  He wasn't concerned since i'm only heterozygous, but he wanted to do a liver biopsy.  He didn't even ask about my diet or anything so I said no.


Alpha-1-Antitrypsin, Quant
67 mg/dL (Low)
Reference Range:100 - 190

and

Alpha-1-Antitrypsin Phenotype
MZ band(s)
Heterozygous for M and Z isoforms. This phenotype may be associated with modestly reduced alpha-1-antitrypsin concentrations.

I've never experienced lung problems.
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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #30 on: October 11, 2018, 12:20:00 PM »
Bloodtest Vandemolen (I combined a few bloodtest in the last years because not all things were tested in 1 blood test)

Hemotology
ESR: 3. Reference range (RR)0-15
Hemaglobin: 9.8. RR: 8.5-11
Hematocrit: 0.40. RR: 0.40-0.50
Mean Corpuscular Volume: 84. RR: 80-100
Erythocytes: 4.89. RR: 4.50-5.50
Trombocytes: 6.0. RR: 6.0
Leucocytes: 5.6. RR: 4.0-10.0
Neutrophils: 2.95. RR: 2.0-7.0
Basophilic granulocytes: 0.05. RR: 0-0.20
Eosinophilic granuloctyes: 0.15. RR: 0.00-0.45
Lymphocytes: 2.01. RR: 0.50-4.50
Moncytes: 0.41. RR: 0-0.80.
Ferritin: 54. RR: 25-250
Amalyse 92. RR: 0-99

Clininal Chemie
Urea: 3.5 (in 2016). RR: 2.5-6.5
Creatinine: 85. RR: 64-104
eGFR (MDRD): higher than 60. RR: higher than 60
eGFR (CKD-EPI): higher than 90. RR: higher than 90
Natrium: 141. RR: 135-145
Calcium: 2.59. RR: 2.15-2.65
Magnesium: 0.95 (in 2016). RR: 0.70-1.00
Uric acid: 0.37. RR: 0.20-0.38
ASAT: 29. RR: 0-34
ALAT: 26. RR: 0-44
Alkaline Phosphoatase: 56. RR: 40-120
gammaGT: 35. RR: 0-54
Tryptase: 5.0. RR: 0-11.4
Triglycerides: 2.4 (in 2016). RR: 0-2.0
Glucose: 5 (in 2016). RR: 4-6
Vitamin B12: 525. RR: 130-700
Methylmalonic serum: 221. RR: less than 350
Homocysteine: 9. RR: 0-15
Folic acid: 29. RR: 6-39
Vitamin D (25-OH): 173. RR: higher than 50
Iron: 13. RR: 14-30
Transferrin: 2.3. RR: 2-4
Cholesterol: 7.21. RR: 2.50-6.50
LDL cholesterol: 3.6. RR: less than 2.5
HDL cholesterol: 1.0. RR: less than 1.0

Endocrinology
TSH: 8.1 RR: 0.55-4.8
Free T4: 17.5. RR: 10-26
Thyriod Peroxidase antibodies: 25. RR: less than 50
Cortisol: 0.19. RR: 0.03
Testosterone: 9.6. RR: 10-30
Free testosterone: 280. RR: 174-729
SHBG: 21. RR: 13-71
DHEA-S: 7.0. RR: 2.6-14
PTH: 1.6. RR: 1.6-6.8
PSA: 2.3 (in 2016). RR: 0-2.0
LH: 2.0. RR: 1.5-9.3
FSH: 3.3. RR: 1.4-18.

Immonology
C-reactive protein: 1. RR: 0-10
IgA: 1.22. RR: 0.70-4.00
iGe: 64 (in 2015). RR: 1-90
IgM: 0.26. RR: 0.40-2.30
IgG: 10.0. RR: 7.0-16.0
t-TransGlut IgA: less than 1 (in 2011). RR: 0-5
Prolactin: 0.29 (in 2011). RR: 0-0.32
Progestrone: 1.8 (in 2010). RR: 0.7-4.3
HCG + beta: less than 1 (in 2011). RR: 0-1
ANA-titer: 1.160. RR: less than 1.80
ENA-screening: neg. RR: neg
Ds-DNA as: less than 10. RR: 0-35
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POIS since 2000. Very bad since 2008. I knew that I have POIS since June 2010. Desensitization since March 2011. I stopped with desens in July 2016. I have 50% less POIS. And only 1 day of POIS. Purified CBD works for me, but I am allergic for CBD.

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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #31 on: October 26, 2018, 10:09:08 AM »
So this is a documentation of my chronic Urethritis and Cystits. The documentation shows no evidence of any sort of infection.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1voKz6VVCs0umbO-G9ShNOGP5Qu9JTkn5

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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #32 on: October 31, 2018, 01:45:03 PM »
Just done a testosterone and estradol test, both came out normal:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1e0PaO53o6DOgrVA4LJh1Z46ZoaInXa38/view?usp=drivesdk

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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #33 on: November 04, 2018, 11:36:48 AM »
-This is a WBC test, results are normal across the board. I was on my fourth day after orgasm:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1y-Xa9gSzfeBvwWkEud_vJ0qQJGAPpSTP/view?usp=drivesdk
-I also did a WBC after 5 minutes of smoking a cigarette ( smoking induces POIS symptoms for me). Everything was also completely normal:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=10aNGW2pYH3zCNKPfTIJLTNakbFnb3O32
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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #34 on: November 18, 2018, 01:58:47 PM »
I've done a serum ATCH and Cortisol test. I have normal ATCH levels and high Cortisol levels:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XUgm4VVhL04-pAXXR5MyIU7-KvJ0jzs9

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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #35 on: December 08, 2018, 03:40:52 PM »
Notable things in my blood tests

Antibodies:
:ENA Sm/RNP- Positive
ANA Tire - HEp2 Nuclear pattern - speckle - Second pattern : FND 1/640
Antinuclear antibodies titre - 1/640

Low serum folate - 2.6 ug/l in 2016 - 3.4 in 2018 - Normal ranges - 3.1-20.50 ug/l

EBV Virus
EBV capsid IgG level- Detected (Consistent with past not recent infection with EBV)
EB virus IgM antiobdy level - Not detected


Unsure if these mean anything:
Renal profile
Serum sodium - 146 mmol/L  Normal range : 135-145mmol/L

FBC Lymphocyte count - 1.2 - Normal range : 1.2-3.5

Tissue transglutaminase Abs - (DUFF) - 0.3 Normal range 0-7
(Serologically negative for coeliac disease)

Please let me know if you any thoughts on these as I don't really know what they mean. I am planning to get a lot more blood tests in specific things so please let me know the important ones I should get as I'm unsure what to get done. Do you think I should be in a POIS state when I have the tests done or not. I know for neurotransmitter ones it would make a big difference.

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My estradiol, progesterone and testosterone
« Reply #36 on: December 08, 2018, 05:33:44 PM »
And here is the result of my salive and blood test of estradiol, progesterone, testosterone done by ZRT_laboratory (zrtlab.com). Money spent: about $200. Samples collected at 13 august 2018. Unfortunately I dont remember if I was in a pois period when I collected the samples. Probably not because if I was, I wouldnt be able to fill in the form because of the headache.

Saliva result: Very low in testosterone. Score 7. Normal range 44-148
Blood result: Very low in testosterone. Score 114. Normal range 400-1200

Estradiol, progesterone within range but in lower section.

There was also a long story attached with the test results proposing lifestyle changes. I could past it here is someone is interested.


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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #38 on: January 15, 2019, 08:40:26 AM »
I have some interesting new results from a physiospect frequence analyse yesterday.

- My testosteronelevels are becoming normal from beeing very low, it is due to applying hormone balancing Yam cream on my arm for a month time, the therapeut said. I suspect it is also due to more walking activity, moderate weight lifting and increasing supplementing with zink, magnesium.
- Parasites, bacteria and virus are present in the body, due to low immune system. Colostrum will kill them.
- Inflammation in the body and gut due to leaky gut (probably due to POIS reaction). Aloe Vera and calcium bentonite clay (along with anti stress practice) with fix it. This might be one of the keys to POIS.
- Beginning osteoporosis. Probably bevause of low pH. Maybe an affect of POIS as well.

I reallly recommend a physiospect analyses/treatment. It actually lowered my brain fog in 1-2 hours.

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Re: Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
« Reply #39 on: January 21, 2019, 07:18:05 AM »
Kurtosis genetics tests results.
https://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=820.msg8029#msg8029

The histamine theory is more about mast cell instability to be honest but here are my methylation genes.
Thanks to http://geneticgenie.org

I've made the things that are anomalies bold and those that are double mutations are underlined.

methylation analysis via gene genie.
Gene & Variation   rsID   Alleles   Result
COMT V158M   rs4680   GG   -/-
COMT H62H   rs4633   CC   -/-
COMT -61 P199P   rs769224   GG   -/-
VDR Bsm   rs1544410   CT   +/-
VDR Taq   rs731236   AG   +/-

VDR Fok I         
MAO A R297R   rs6323   T   +
ACAT1-02   rs3741049   GG   -/-
MTHFR C677T   rs1801133   AG   +/-
MTHFR 03 P39P   rs2066470   GG   -/-
MTHFR A1298C   rs1801131   GT   +/-
MTR A2756G   rs1805087   AA   -/-
MTRR A66G   rs1801394   AG   +/-
MTRR H595Y   rs10380   CT   +/-
MTRR K350A   rs162036   AG   +/-
MTRR R415T   rs2287780   CC   -/-
MTRR S275T         
MTRR A664A   rs1802059   AG   +/-
BHMT-01         
BHMT-02   rs567754   CC   -/-
BHMT-04   rs617219   AA   -/-
BHMT-08   rs651852   CT   +/-
ACHY-01   rs819147   CT   +/-
ACHY-02   rs819134   AG   +/-
ACHY-19   rs819171   CT   +/-
CBS C699T   rs234706   AG   +/-
CBS A360A   rs1801181   AG   +/-
CBS N212N   rs2298758   GG   -/-
SUOX S370S         
NOS 3 D298E         
SHMT1 C1420T   rs1979277   AG   +/-

So that's MAO A (impacts histamine metabolism) and a bunch of MTHFR/MTRR and CBS mutations.
Interesting.
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