Not sure what it means Saliva Hormone Test Male age 58 Estradiol (E2) 1.55 pg/ml supplementation) Ratio of Pg/E2 126.34 200-300 male (Pg supplementation)* Testosterone 79.50 pg/ml 30.1-142.5 male (142.6-350.0 supplementation) DHEA 108.16 pg/ml 137.0-336.0 male 6.81 nmol/L 5.1-40.2; optimal range: 18-35* Hormone Interpretations: The low Pg/E2 ratio is consistent with progesterone insufficiency (estrogen dominance), which may increase the risk of prostate gland enlargement and cancer. Though the progesterone level (confirmed) is above the reference range (query household exposure), progesterone supplementation may be needed to balance the Pg/E2 ratio. Suboptimal testosterone is consistent with reported deficiency symptoms and may be associated with metabolic syndrome (insulin resistance). Fasting blood sugar and insulin levels may be warranted. Boosting the testosterone level is a consideration. DHEA level is consistent with the expected decline with age (adrenopause). The low DHEA level may warrant supplementation for optimal well-being. Note: Supplementation with DHEA may increase testosterone and/or estradiol levels.