So I have been paleo/primal for pretty much 1 year now. In the beginning I was very low in carbs, mostly just meat on alot of days and was never eating enough food because I lost weight (this was not purposeful). Last fall from september through december I went way crqzy with raw milk and was having at least 1/2 gallon a aday, sometimes 1 whole gallon (for skin issues and gut flora issues).
Skin is healed now and this past month I have been trying to get my hormone levels right and finally put on some damn muscle. I am 21, male, 5'7 and 135 and way too skinny. I deadlift 200 so I have a decent strength base just no size and I would say I am skinny fat (scale says 12.5% body fat)
In high school I was underweight for a while due to way too much cross country running (110 to 120lbs).. I know this could have messed up my hypothalamus/pituitary.
Anyway these are my labs. I lift heavy twice a week, my sleep is eh, I'd say I get 7 hours usually every night but I wake uo ALOT and almost always in REM sleep. I have some mild anxiety issues as well. Some low motivation, poor concentration. Sex drive is fine but it comes and goes. Some days its great, others not so much.
For whats its worth too, I began puberty at like 12 and was pretty much done by 16 with full on facial hair by 15 and chest hair by 16.
These are quest labs too.
Ferritin - 140 (20-345ng/ml ref range) b12 - 619 (200-1100pg/mL ref range) DHEA - 321 (110-510mcg/dl) FSH - 2.1 (ref range 1.6-8.0 miu/ml) LH - 3.5 (re frange is 1.5-9.3 miu/ml) Prolactin 8.7 (2.0-18.0 ng/ml ref range) TSH - 1.91 t4 - 1.1 (0.8-1.8ng/dl t3 - 3.3 (2.3-4.2pg/ml)
Estrogen - 69 (reference range is 130 or less)
Total Test 371 Free 103.1 (46.0-224.0 ref range) Bioavailable 234.0 (110.0- 575.0) SHBG 9 (7-49)
I have had thyroid tested 3 times now, everything always appears good and I don't have any hyposymtpoms that aren't synomous with low T. No antibodies either.
ANy thoughts? Can I recover this ish and get optimal levels again?
Quick edit: My D levels are 104 ng/Ml so I am a little over there...