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... After consulting with an endocrinologist, one of my doctors wants to do an AM cortisol draw. ... (0 replies)
... al cortex. This steroidal hormone regulates our mineral balance and is called a mineralocorticoid. Primary Addisonians lose sodium and retain potassium. Abnormal values here, in additon to physical signs and symptoms, require the next test. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I'm new to this adrenal stress stuff. My doc ran cortisol fasting and feasting. Results came back as 17.7 fasting and 5.3 feasting. What are the reference ranges? ... (4 replies)

... I believe that normal replacement values (what the body needs with no adrenal function) is 7 mg prednisone, or 30 mg hydrocortisone, daily. but everyone is different, some need more some need less, must listen to your body. (6 replies)
... These values are in the Canadian SI unites by the way, so you'll need to convert them if your using different units. ... (1 replies)
... I'm a 33 year old male with hashimoto's thyroiditis. I've had several blood tests for ACTH, Cortisol and a number of other things. ... (0 replies)
... so my values are more elevated than usual. ... (0 replies)
... is the difference between the lowest and highest numerical values in a given test population. In other words, the lowest recorded score and the highest recorded score. ... (3 replies)
... t know a thing about cortisol levels but I have recently been diagnosed with hypothyroidism. ... (1 replies)
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... am Cortisol 0. ... (16 replies)
... Does anyone know what the normal range is for cortisol in Canada? ... (0 replies)
... It would be better if you could talk to an endocrinologist. Before I was diagnosed, my cortisol levels were 'fine'. But I asked for the Cortisol Stimulation test, which was not fine. Only an endocrinologist would know what was 'fine' for the time of day. ... (1 replies)
... etc. Might take a bit extra cortisol replacement just as a normal body would produce extra. ... (1 replies)
... al cortex. This steroidal hormone regulates our mineral balance and is called a mineralocorticoid. Primary Addisonians lose sodium and retain potassium. Abnormal values here, in additon to physical signs and symptoms, require the next test. ... (3 replies)
... al cortex. This steroidal hormone regulates our mineral balance and is called a mineralocorticoid. Primary Addisonians lose sodium and retain potassium. Abnormal values here, in additon to physical signs and symptoms, require the next test. ... (22 replies)
... al cortex. This steroidal hormone regulates our mineral balance and is called a mineralocorticoid. Primary Addisonians lose sodium and retain potassium. Abnormal values here, in additon to physical signs and symptoms, require the next test. ... (1 replies)
... You should not ask for treatment or accept any cortisol replacement before you have been diagnosed. ... (1 replies)
... al cortex. This steroidal hormone regulates our mineral balance and is called a mineralocorticoid. Primary Addisonians lose sodium and retain potassium. Abnormal values here, in additon to physical signs and symptoms, require the next test. ... (8 replies)
... al cortex. This steroidal hormone regulates our mineral balance and is called a mineralocorticoid. Primary Addisonians lose sodium and retain potassium. Abnormal values here, in additon to physical signs and symptoms, require the next test. ... (7 replies)


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