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Well, most notable symptoms of low E2 are fatigue, lethargy, and joint pain.
Oh, definitely none of that. Ever since Clomid I've had this unlimited amount of energy. I'm almost never tired.

No real joint pain, I've been lifting heavy for months now though and probably need to deload. So there's a bit, but nothing major.

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For SHBG, as long as free test is good, you have nothing to worry about.
Total was 678 back in August, recently tested at 620.

SHBG was 53 back in August, now it's 63. So calculated free T went down from 105 to 83 (range is 60 - 185), so it could be higher, but it's still in range.

Estrogen is also within range, it's just on the low side. For men the range is 8 - 43, and mine is 13. Was also 13 back in August.
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Yeah, but usually men who are on lower side for estrogen, experience some negative symptoms.

If you're asymptomatic, that's great. Clomid unicorns really exist.
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