Hi there, been living with PFS for almost two years now.
Original member story here:
I’ve been trying to work through this forum on what the consensus seems to be about this condition. A few questions I’ve been trying to understand:
- What are the typical hormonal profiles of PFS sufferers? Is anything normally high/low etc?
- Do PFS sufferers always respond negatively to increases in testosterone?
- Are big hormonal fluctuations normal for PFS sufferers?
A few notes about what has been going on for me:
After my crash, and after I got off clomid/anastrazole - my body appears to be self regulating towards very low T and E. I’m 31 years old and after my crash, my T measured at the very bottom of the range. 8 months after I stopped clomid/anastrazole, my body is gradually trending towards the very bottom of the range again. Symptoms are increasing as my body heads towards lower and lower T and E.
While on Clomid/AI I found therapeutic benefit in it during periods when my E probably wasn’t sky high. Is it unusual for PFS patients to response well to TRT or clomid therapy or par for the course?
Cheers friends and thank you for the help as we all navigate what our best next steps are.