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... I have been told that everything is normal. I dont believe my doctor because he seemed really unsure about the 8.30am plasma cortisol of 6 and kept leaving the room to ask a more senior doctor questions. ... (1 replies)
... I got a copy of the latest ACTH / Cortisol results (Test #3) myself and haven't been in for a follow-up with my Endo, but does this look like Primary Adrenal Insufficiency or am I just jumping to conclusions? Test #1 - ACTH Stim Test (Done @ 2:00pm): Baseline Cortisol - 3.2 Baseline DHEA(S) - 461 (110-370) - (135% of range) Baseline Pregnenolone - 11 (13-208) - (-1% of... (31 replies)
... and the results indicated low levels of cortisol and borderline DHEA level. My question is basically how low is too low? ... (1 replies)

... i feel such a burden to everyone relying on my parents to just help me through the easy of every day to day tasks that i use to take for granted. ... (7 replies)
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... I am going to a different DO as everyone in these boards has mentioned that I should try. He was nice and talked to me on the phone before I would commit to an appointment. ... (1 replies)
... Morning cortisol augmentation, or 11 Beta HSD inhibitors, as in licorice, worth consideration. ... (3 replies)
... fatigue, and I already take DHEA. And in regards to my second post, I am also going to try to take more of my steroid earlier in the day, and get away from the late night dose. ... (2 replies)
... insurace issues presently. I have not had more elaborate bloodwork since surgery including thyroid levels. My doctor was trying to be helpful by easing the cost burden by only sending out for the most necessary measurements which was cortisol and I believe electrolytes. Before surgery usually my thyroid levels would be normal. ... (3 replies)
DHEA problems?
Apr 26, 2005
... After discussing my situation with my doctor, who now agrees I was actually having a reaction to the DHEA, I am now taking only 5 drops in the morning. I seem to be doing pretty well with that. He was pretty insistent that I take the DHEA because he said I was low in it. ... (20 replies)


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