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... dL of cortisol taken at 11AM. However, he said my blood sugar was 54 which was very low. Also, my Vitamin D was below normal ranges. ... (2 replies)
... post and i have to agree that test results are not always the answer. After being taken off my doses of cortef for secondary addisons due to a "normal" range of cortisol I started experiencing all the symptoms again. I don't think the numbers always mean anything it's how you personally physically feel. ... (1 replies)
... o M. Just got a saliva cortisol test done a few weeks ago, and the results were way elevated out of the reference ranges. ... (1 replies)

... Hello all, I have Hashimotos thyroid disease (autoimmune) and recently had my cortisol tested via 4 saliva collections in one day (results included below). I have been very sick the past year, and horrible this past month. Absolutely no energy, bad gastro problems, diarrhea, confusion and disorientation, cannot handle any kind of stress whatsoever (have had to stay home... (1 replies)
... In the face of symptoms, the cortisol and DHEA values are low. The test ranges are for healthy people with no symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... hi, kittykitty! I think the answer to your question lies in understanding what is meant by the term "normal range." I believe that there is a general definition, yet different tests for certain substances use varying types of ranges. The general definition of a range (in lab tests) is the difference between the lowest and highest numerical values in a given test... (3 replies)
... t know a thing about cortisol levels but I have recently been diagnosed with hypothyroidism. ... (1 replies)
... I have never had an ACTH test. I have just had an 8am blood draw for a cortisol level. ... (8 replies)
... function. I didn't know there was a difference with adrenal issues. I read that your cortisol levels will double if your adrenals aren't diseased. I suppose that my test results would be considered borderline for doubling at 14.3 baseline and 27. ... (8 replies)
... I also had the ACTH stim test. I will post my "normal range" results for you. I noticed that out lab ranges AND results are close to the same. I think this means we are normal. But I was wondering about adrenal fatigue and how that may look on this type of test. ... (8 replies)
... ook blood and then injected me with cortrosyn waited a half hour and then drew another tube of blood and these are the results from that along with the reference ranges that the doctor gave to me, but not all the results are in yet, this is what I have so far. I hope this helps you a little bit. ... (8 replies)
... t sleep the night of the 8am cortisol test. ... (8 replies)
... Does the cortisol medicine help you to wake up? ... (16 replies)
... Your test results certainly sound like low cortisol to me. ... (16 replies)
... You can't diagnose adrenal insufficiency with simple blood tests, you need some kind of stimulation test to determine your maximum cortisol output. I suggest you ask for a visit with an endocrinologist. ... (16 replies)
... not see what is really wrong so at least your doctor is seeing that you possibly have an issue with your diurnal rhythm. Another good test is at midnight, where cortisol should be at its lowest and some with Cushing's will be high. ... (29 replies)
... dL for a normal 8 am reading. The refrence ranges are 8 am, 4 pm, and midnight. In normal people, the 8 am has the highest reading of the day. This is what helps everyone get up and go. ... (1 replies)
... If you are asking about using Cortisol to diagnose Addison's, what you need to get is an called ACTH stimulation test. They measure your cortisol before and after an injection of ACTH. ... (3 replies)
... something or other. They were both done early in the morning and was wondering if there are any ranges that labs go by to determine what is overactive or underactive. ... (3 replies)
... It can happen. It depends on how much you take. You need to take enough that you replace what your body needs but not so much that you give yourself "exogenous Cushing's" syndrome. You can get every symptom of Cushing's by taking too much. Not everyone's dose will be the same. And from what I have read, I don't even think there is consensus on even how to determine how a... (3 replies)


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