My most recent blood work came back from the lab late last week, (I always ask for a copy of the results and I’ll share them soon.) Since I now have a full year’s worth of data on my hormone levels, I decided to update my 2014 tracking chart and share a blank version with you. I hope you find it helpful.
It helps you track your free testosterone, serum testosterone, serum estradiol, weight, and estradiol dosage. You’ll need to enter in the weight values in whatever increments you want. I’d suggest setting the midpoint at what you weigh now.
If you graph this data on a regular basis (you are getting blood work done, right?), it should help you spot any developing issues in your hormone levels or weight. Any of which can be signals that something’s amiss and needs closer attention.
If you also take spironolactone, (I don’t, which is why it isn’t on the chart,) you can enter the ranges on the right Y-axis of the estradiol dose section and track it with a different line.
You may freely distribute this chart as long as you provide attribution back to me. I do plan on making the source Photoshop file available at some point; I’ll update this post when I do.
I AM NOT A DOCTOR. The reference ranges are provided as a courtesy and vary from source to source. You should consult with your doctor on what they consider reference ranges and adjust accordingly. Check the units! I have used units that are used mostly in the United States. Here is a unit converter. All information is provided as-is, and is used at your own risk.