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... I am a 33 year old male. I ordered a home saliva "stress" test because of recurring fatigue, joint/muscle aches, anxiety, insomnia, lower libido. My cortisol is low-normal and DHEA well above normal. Could this be signs of adrenal fatigue (headed for Addison's), or more likely an adrenal tumor (or worse, cancer)? I am taking my results to a doctor, but I wanted to know... (3 replies)
Adrenal crisis
Jun 2, 2006
... Low or no production of aldosterone from the adrenal cortex. This steroidal hormone regulates our mineral balance and is called a mineralocorticoid. Primary Addisonians lose sodium and retain potassium. ... (3 replies)
... Low or no production of aldosterone from the adrenal cortex. This steroidal hormone regulates our mineral balance and is called a mineralocorticoid. Primary Addisonians lose sodium and retain potassium. ... (8 replies)

... there's certainly some adrenal impairment. Given the elevated norepinephrine, and the DHEA levels, I am surprised the overal cortisol level is not higher. Perhaps my adrenals have been revved for too long. ... (10 replies)
... It sounds very much like pheochromocytoma, an adrenal tumor. BUT MAOI with tyramine can seem very much like that tumor, as your doctor noted. ... (10 replies)
... that state that low Pregnenolone is a marker for Hypopituitarism? ... (31 replies)
... I am in the process of getting diagnosed for my issues. So far I have a low cortisol am 7. ... (29 replies)
... If it was a Primary AI issue, wouldn't you expect the DHEA to be low as well? ... (3 replies)
... what if your cortisol is low and on grandulars, on testosterone injections, and dhea is high. ... (3 replies)
Test Results
Feb 18, 2008
... as the ACTH tells the adrenal glands to secrete cortisol. ... (3 replies)
... Low or no production of aldosterone from the adrenal cortex. This steroidal hormone regulates our mineral balance and is called a mineralocorticoid. Primary Addisonians lose sodium and retain potassium. ... (10 replies)
... I had a unilateral adrenalectomy of my left adrenal for a 2.5cm tumor 4 wks ago. My right adrenal is atrophied. ... (3 replies)
... It has been several weeks and all of my tests are finally back in. I have low cortisol and low growth hormone, and it is being caused from adrenal insufficency not the pitutary even though I have a history of elevated prolactin with no tumor and a recent MRI that still shows no tumor. ... (7 replies)
Thyroid adrenal?
Feb 24, 2006
... So as you can see my labs were low also, normal blood tests dont show this very well. ... (20 replies)
Labs, Please Help?
Jul 26, 2005
... in conjunction with estrogen, testosterone, free T4 and T3 and cortisol levels. My results all fell within the normal range but usually on the low normal side. My TSH would rise and fall depending on if my cortisol was high or not. ... (15 replies)
... I would ask for a morning cortisol blood test or a 24 hr. ... (3 replies)
... on the acth serum test. I look for acth, if healthy, to be in the top third of the range. Most with secondary adrenal insufficiency are in the bottom third. Almost all with secondary fall within range on that test. ... (5 replies)
... adrenal.. They both cause the same exact symptoms so its hard to understand.. leaves one thinking well is it adrenal or the thyroid.. ... (6 replies)
... norm later in the day. So I guess it's not a ACTH producing tumor because it has this rythm? ... (2 replies)
... sugar cravings, no menstruation, low blood pressure, lightheadedness, hypoglycemia and the like. ... (0 replies)


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