testosterone to epi-testosterone ratio 
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 testosterone to epi-testosterone ratio

An athlete was randomly tested twice in 1998 and had a t/e ratio of 2.5.  In
1999 he returns a ratio of 7.5.  He does not have testicular cancer.
Ignoring the obvious, such as ingesting DHEA, how could this increased ratio
come about.  Alternatively, are there any known proprietary over the counter
medicines or other substances not marked with known ratio increasng agents
on the IOC banned lists that could produce this increase.  Any help - either
direct or references would be much appreciated.


Fri, 26 Apr 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 testosterone to epi-testosterone ratio
Some adrenal or pituitary diseases can increase DHEA levels,
visit your doctor!

Laura


Quote:
>An athlete was randomly tested twice in 1998 and had a t/e ratio of 2.5.
In
>1999 he returns a ratio of 7.5.  He does not have testicular cancer.
>Ignoring the obvious, such as ingesting DHEA, how could this increased
ratio
>come about.  Alternatively, are there any known proprietary over the
counter
>medicines or other substances not marked with known ratio increasng agents
>on the IOC banned lists that could produce this increase.  Any help -
either
>direct or references would be much appreciated.



Wed, 15 May 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 
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