I can answer questions about routine lab work, functional lab ranges for optimal health, what lab tests should be considered and when you need to seek a second opinion. I can also answer questions about specialty testing like: stool testing, hormone testing, and saliva testing.
I run lab tests in my office as a functional medicine practitioner and use functional lab ranges looking for patient's optimal health not their disease. I review many charts and labs and look at trends through the years as well as current symptoms. Usually I find more things on labs that the traditional doctor that correlate to the patient's concerns/issues.
American Chiropractic Association
Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine, B.S. in sports Medicine.
If I were your doctor, without having checked your other hormone levels I would not be treating you with hormones. Repeating the DHEA test with also a cortisol test to further assess the adrenal gland
To give you a better idea of what's going on, yes please attach the results so I can see everything. DHEA gets converted into estrogen and testosterone typically, but there could be a lot of reasons
Adam- IF you've had all these studies and things look normal, you typically have an enzyme deficiency. It's more common to have low enzymes, food doesn't get properly digested, and the body released
OTC creams are available, typical dosage for those is based on a female though. I would ask them to make a specific recommendation or suggest a doctor more familiar with hormone balancing in males who
Because lesions can be the same texture it is not accurate for self palpating. Visual examination with the speculum and Pap smear are the gold standard for cervical lesions. Some lesions are present without