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... are there any circumstances which can cause cortisol to suddenly rise? ... (1 replies)
... If you are taking them in the evening.. that is your spike source. I am close to you without the high DHEA or midnight spike. ... (31 replies)
... and my cortisol levels came back VERY low, and I'm wondering if I should look at Addison's disease. ... (9 replies)

... m seeing that I never got the big morning cortisol spike. ... (0 replies)
... hour urine free cortisol 99. ... (10 replies)
... that say it also points to Adrenal Exhaustion. Even though the Midnight read takes a spike up, I'm still only moving 4 between the lowest and highest points during the day. ... (31 replies)
... I'm still trying to get a doctor to talk to about cortisol test. It looks like the OD that is in my area is out for the holidays or something. ... (0 replies)
... your ACTH did not spike higher to try to convince the adrenal glands to put out more cortisol! ... (11 replies)
Labs, Please Help?
Jul 26, 2005
... in conjunction with estrogen, testosterone, free T4 and T3 and cortisol levels. My results all fell within the normal range but usually on the low normal side. My TSH would rise and fall depending on if my cortisol was high or not. ... (15 replies)
... Cortisol on the bottom half of the range when my blood sugar was 2.5, which should of caused a spike of cortisol in the top half or higher. ... (1 replies)
... n general are just messed up and are creating all kinds of havoc. Not one doctor ever mentioned the word hormone. Most importantly, I found out I have elevated cortisol with a pm spike. Cortisol is catabolic to muscle and that explains the weight loss. ... (6 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Addison's about a year ago. A MRI showed possible adenoma on my pituitary gland. Stim tests showed very little cortisol being produced. ... (3 replies)
... Low cortisol causes all kinds of weird symptoms so I guess it's time for some some tests in that direction. ... (9 replies)
Anxiety, anyone?
Aug 4, 2003
... hi nate- my neck disc problems are in the same area; had to have an mri to show what was going on with those according to Dr Lee's books, pms is associated with high cortisol levels (cortisol competes with progesterone at the receptor level, making you progesterone deficient); am pleased to tell you that I no longer have pms either! miraculous, since I used to have it so... (7 replies)

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