Our expert says:
All the results that you have volunteered are virtually within the normal range despite the slightly lower sex hormone binding globulin(SHBG) which is at a lower range of the normal scale, and the free testosterone being minimally on the upper limit of normal.
These results are not particulary distressing, but may be within the normal fluctuation. Certain medications and also foodstuff, can induce liver enzymes or affect liver functions, and may result in a change of SHBG, which will consequently result in a change of the free testosterone levels.
I would not recommend that you go on any specific treatment based on these results alone, but perhaps would repeat the tests in a few months time to see what the trend in the levels are. Should there be a deterioration or significant increase in the free testosterone than this could be very easily managed with the use of anti testosterone agents which are quite frequently used in gynaecological treatment.
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