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... You are supposed to wake up with higher cortisol levels and then as the day progresses the levels drop. ... (1 replies)
... ths ago due to graduating college, new job, etc the prescription ran out. I finally have everything settled, went to the endocrinologist again, got a new rx, and blood levels taken...I had also mentioned feeling irritable, tired, and could not lose any weight no matter what so she tested thyroid levels too. ... (0 replies)
... I have everyone of those symptoms. I can't believe so many things are wrong with me right now, and it is all b/c of my thyroid. I have a doctor's appt. with a specialist on 2/22/08. I can't wait to be put on some medicine to straighten this out. I am tired of feeling tired, confused, over weight and all the other things I am feeling. I couldn't believe I had all the symptoms... (3 replies)

... In particular the ferretin levels are of more importance as iron goes up and down depending on what you ate so you can get varying iron figures on a blood test, whereas ferretin gives a truer reading of iron storage. ... (3 replies)
... I think I was tested for T3 and T4. I haven't been tested for TSH levels but I supposed I will be when I see the endocrinologist. My T3 and T4 levels were high in my blood. So I guessed that meant hyPER? ... (3 replies)
... Just to let you know there is a thyroid board where you might get more help. Did your doc say you are hypERthyroid or hypO? ... (3 replies)
... a little dizzy for a few days, exhausted, and I'd had anxiety issues for a while. I thought I had diabetes or cancer or something and I was so afraid to hear my blood test results. Today I called for them and my doctor said everything was within normal levels except that my thyroid levels were significantly elevated. ... (3 replies)
... s. When this happens, I get extremely dizzy and I can't stay awake. It usually occurs in the evenings, but it has also happened in the afternoon. My blood sugar is also dropping if I go more than 2. ... (19 replies)
... The reason I ask is because in order to keep stable blood levels of T, you would need to give yourself an injection every week rather than every 2 weeks. I am assuming you are injecting 200mg every 2 weeks? ... (8 replies)
... the prolactin may throw off testosterone and low levels of thyroid hormone may be involved in causing or at least exacerbating the problem. ... (9 replies)
... They can cause an increase in your prolactin levels. I am taking an antidepressants and my period has stopped, my prolactin levels are quite high and I suffer from night sweats. ... (15 replies)
... tumours to grow, so if you're taking these things and feel you aren't seriously mentally ill, get off of them ASAP! Many will also raise your triglycerides so high that you will be a huge candidate for a heart attack. ... (15 replies)
High cortisol
Jan 12, 2012
... I am reading that Cushings can be hereditary, just as thyroid issues can be. Also, my mother has a blood disorder called haemochromatosis that is also supposed to be hereditary. She has to give blood to keep her iron levels down. ... (0 replies)
... The thyroid all came back normal again, but my cortisol came back twice the upper limit. ... (0 replies)
... two years. Believe me, the traditional medicine practitioners just do not "get" the fact that your tests can come back in the "normal" range even though you have thyroid problems. Homeopathic or alternative medicine practitioners are on the right track. ... (1 replies)
... or thyroid issues. A little background.. ... (1 replies)
... I'm totally confused. I was thinking it might be Cushing's syndrome, but that wouldn't explain the high thyroid levels or high calcium levels. Any thoughts? ... (0 replies)
... High testosterone and menstrual issues are common with thyroid problems. Once medicated, the testosterone self balances. ... (5 replies)
... Hello Eveyone, I recently went to an "Endo" doc for the first time, He sent me for a thyroid and other test "since I have been Hypothyroid for 17 years now". My family doctor has been treating my thyroid problem and said all is good. ... (0 replies)
... I'm 34 and my Prolactin levels jump up and down from 40 to 88 since 2001. ... (15 replies)


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