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My hormonal analysis - Erectile dysfunction

From: edu - 8 years 25 weeks ago


I'm 28, I eat healthy and exercise regularly. After checking that my erectile dysfunction is not caused by any psychological issue, neither by any physiological problem (blood circulation in veins,...), I took an hormonal analysis:

TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone): 2,32 uUI/ml
T3 (triiodothyronine): 0,94 ng/ml
T4 (thyroxine): 6,95 ug/dl
17 Beta Estradiol: 42.2 pg/ml
Testosterone: 724 ng/dl
Free Testosterona: 17.8 pg/ml
DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone): 11.3 ng/ml
FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone): 1.65 mUI/ml
LH (Luteinizing hormone): 2.42 mUI/ml
Prolactin: 12.32 ng/ml

The doctor says it's ok, but I think the Estradiol is too high and this might be the cause of my problems.

What do you think?
Is the high Estradiol level caused by aromatization or by a mal-function in the liver?

Thanks a lot!

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