Why do i have high testosterone levels

Ten years ago when I was 32 my doctor wanted to start me on statins as my cholesterol test came back at . I refused and said I wanted to try and bring it down naturally by changing my lifestyle. Since then I’ve given up smoking and drinking, I don’t eat salt or sugar, I eat only pasture fed meat, I eat fish 2 to 3 times a week and I eat between 7 and 10 fruit and veg a day. I don’t eat processed foods or any artificial additives. I also exercise daily and run regular 10k’s and half marathons. I’m 5’8”, 150 lbs, and have 14% body fat. I was feeling happy, fit and healthy when my doctor asked me to go for my NHS health check a couple of weeks ago. To my disbelief my cholesterol results came back even higher at . My doctor then immediately booked me in to the lipids clinic for further testing. However he also said my overall risk of heart disease or heart attack over the next 10 years is only % but because of his reaction to my cholesterol results I’m now worried. Any reassurance would be great!

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Why do i have high testosterone levels

why do i have high testosterone levels


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