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... 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)
... I've also been having problems with my thyroid for the past few years, but wasn't put on any medication for it until just last week. ... (7 replies)
... mers, MS, Parkinson's Disease, ALS, Chron's, fibromalgia, lupus, and most degenerative musculoskeletal diseases and neurological disorders. It appears that very high numbers of these people actually had Lyme disease rather than one of the diseases above. ... (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)
... long as your results come back within the lab range. Yet where you are within the range might not be right for you as an individual. This occured to me with my thyroid and my hormone testing. It truly pays to keep looking for a good doctor who is willing to work through things with you and look outside the square. ... (4 replies)
... thryoid if there is an underlying adrenal problem, such as adrenal insufficiency, will manifest in the adrenal problem becoming much worse very quickly, but the result would be a decrease in cortisol, not an increase. It would, however, increase the ACTH. ... (2 replies)
... The blood test result showed high testosterone so I was referred to an endocrinologist. ... (1 replies)
... over it. Mono might be one of those things, like chicken pox, that can have strong effects much later with no particular hint that it's connected to chicken pox. High bilirubin might have been connected to too much alcohol or something else that taxed your body's ability to cleanse itself of at one time. ... (1 replies)
... your situation is quite common actually. these two things , low testosterone, low thyroid function often appear together. usually with higher than desirable prolactin with abnormal morning cortisol. ... (3 replies)
... So, I went to the integrative medicine doctor and he didn't have too much helpful information. He told me that my SED rate is 28 now, (down a bit from 34 in August of 2011) but it is still elevated. I also have very high Reverse T3 levels, Range 11-32, Result: 47. (This has been elevated since January of last year) He doesn't know what to do and told me he's not familiar with... (9 replies)
... I would think they want to repeat it, in case the first result was "a fluke," and if it's low again, follow up on that. ... (5 replies)
... test and my levels of progesterone, estrogen, and testosterone were all below premenopausal levels. I was 22 at the time. He put me on topical Testosterone and a high estrogen birth control. Oh, that doctor told me he tested my thyroid and everything was fine. ... (0 replies)
... Meaning I am not converting enough tetra cortisol to cortisol.. All I had from the endo was its just a High Normal cortisol. ... (3 replies)
... t mention anything about it. I will ask him about that next time. Is my prolatin level high enough that it might be a tumor? ... (13 replies)
... Primary Addisons will have high ACTH and almost no cortisol...secondary will have low on both... ... (9 replies)
... I have had a lot of symptoms over the past year. My Doctors are trying to figure out what is causing my symptoms. I have had my Thyroid checked, all came back normal. I had 2 blood cortisol tests ... my AM was high and my afternoon was like 1 point away from being high. ... (2 replies)


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