Is low free testosterone, LH and FSH a common finding in males that suffer from CFS/ME, etc? And I don't mean borderline low, I mean low enough through testing by public health labs that would point at a clinically significant level of secondary hypogonadism and be diagnostic of an actual disease. My understanding is routine hormone problems are not findings in CFS otherwise there'd be a way to test for CFS. BTW my doctor who sees CFS patients has told me I don't fit CFS diagnostic criteria so we're trying to find out what's wrong with me. What is striking is around 4 years ago my ex wife miscarried 3 times so they checked my sperm level just to rule things out from my end, and the doctor told me I almost have an excessive sperm count! (I'm 48 now) 3 years ago we conceived a child who went full term and is my current 3 year old. How do I go from that to these levels in 3 years? Testosterone is supposed to reduce about 1% a year. My free testosterone is way below the minimum number! My LH and FSH are at the bottom of the range. I don't suffer from erectile dysfunction, not losing muscle mass or hair, though my libido's not what it was a year or two ago. So confused. Before I go digging up possible pituitary problems (tumor, etc) I'd like to know if any other men here have had sudden drastic drops in their pituitary hormones? Thanks.