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... I feel debilitated and just received my 24 hour saliva test results. ... (0 replies)
... Well, to me it looks as if you have high Cortisol and high normal levels. With the combination of high DHEA I would say it looks like Cushing's Syndrome which is the exact opposite of Addison's. ... (1 replies)
... Hi! Could someone help me in interpreting my saliva test results (Genova Diagnostics)? The results: 7AM-9AM 1.23 11AM-1PM 0.45 3PM-5PM 0.23 10PM-12AM 0.11 The DHEA level is out of range (too high) and so the ratio cant be calculated. (1 replies)

... Just like you I have obvious thyroid symptoms. I also have TSH, T3 and T4 within range. I even have high DHEA combined with high cortisol. ... (1 replies)
... I have had no other tests at all other than the saliva test that I paid for myself after being advised to have it by a medical herbalist. It was a surprise to get the results! ... (4 replies)
... do not value saliva tests. Some forward thinking doctors do however, I hope your endo is one of them. ... (4 replies)
... My early morning cortisol is half of the lowest figure considred normal and then it goes very low for rest of day but my DHEA is just above normal. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the replies. I've been on the phone with doctors telling them that I'm worried about losing my job - some mornings I just can't get out of bed. It's annoying - I mean, I want to be good at my job, I love my job - I don't WANT to be in bed half of the day, I just get sooooooooooo tired. It bugs me because it seems like people's responses are "we're all tired." I get... (7 replies)
... If it was a Primary AI issue, wouldn't you expect the DHEA to be low as well? ... (3 replies)
... normal and DHEA well above normal. ... (3 replies)
... The doctor is worried about the high DHEA level. He suggested further blood testing and a possible MRI. He is out of town for a week or so. ... (4 replies)
... Techs saliva test results. ... (4 replies)
Dhea level high
Jan 13, 2006
... If someone were to have a high dhea level "going by saliva test here" does this mean they are on the verge of adrenal burnout? ... (11 replies)
... Your cortisol saliva being below range for half the day, looks to me like your adrenals are very fatigued. Ask your doc for an ACTH stimulation test. ... (5 replies)
... My Doctor had me do an adrenal saliva test, l took my saliva at 4 different times of the day and the following are the results. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you so much for your comments. I was in fact hoping you do because I saw your expert comments to others. No I do not take DHEA supplements but I did buy some before the stress test and was waiting for confirmation my DHEA was low in order to consume DHEAS. ... (1 replies)
... When I went to Australia on vacation I asked m endocrinologist and he said the same thing as French doctors! So I found a mail order self stress test and sent my saliva in. I was expecting my DHE to be low and needing DHEA supplements. ... (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)
... I don’t know a thing about cortisol levels but I have recently been diagnosed with hypothyroidism. My TSH was about the same level as yours and now I’m on meds. Your TSH level is high. I was not diagnosed for yrs until I did some research to find out many labs have not fixed their TSH lab ranges. You should try and get on the healthboards thyroid discussion for more... (1 replies)
... rbed into your cells, you need to have healthy adrenals. A lot of doctors don't realise that. What happens when you add T3 is your blood work will come back with high T3 and you will still feel like crap. The T3 will be pooling in your blood. And then, after doing this, you add some form of cortisol WHAMO... ... (15 replies)


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