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... oblem. They disregarded my adrenals. I literally argued with them in their office. They said my glucose response was fine. I told them the test was not accurate, and the lab did not take my blood at the right times. The didn't want to listen. ... (38 replies)
... nervousness, excessive sweating, rapid increase in heart rate when nervous or doing physical activity, hand tremor, heat intolerance, fatigue, and have always been skinny despite eating a lot. ... (0 replies)
... You are on Ft4 and Ft3 supplmentation. How were your levels before the Ft3 was added? ... (14 replies)

Nausea!
Feb 11, 2007
... Hi. It's been a bit since my last post and I wanted to update and hopefully get some feedback from those of you that know what we are going through. ... (3 replies)
... I'm just looking for some help on what my test results might mean. My Endocrinologist's office called and told me they sent a prescription for Cortisone to my pharmacy and I need to pick it up today. ... (1 replies)
... Funygirl... was your ACTH put in a centrifuge immediately? ... (3 replies)
... in the blood serum and only in normal region at 8 am. After i take my DHEA supplementation. ACTH Stim high.. ... (31 replies)
Adrenal Fatigue??
Jun 11, 2007
... You need salt. LOTS AND LOTS of salt and please buy a blood pressure monitor and take your temps several times a day. See if your BP and temp has gotten lower. ... (88 replies)
... Unfortunately a slightly elevated ACTH level isn't diagnostic of anything. Had your level been very low, or very high then that would have indicated more tests were necessary. A normal cortisol test also tells you nothing, while very high and very low are indicators. ... (3 replies)
... For those of you diagnosed with Addison's, have you always exhibited high potassium and low DHEA as many of the text books describe? ... (1 replies)
Newbie
Jul 31, 2004
... Hi everyone. I know I've learned about Addison's in the past but I kind of forget what it is now. But I'm hoping someone can help me. I have a pit tumor, high acth, very high pregnanetriole, but normal cortisol. ... (2 replies)
... high. It's more often normal or slightly high. ... (5 replies)
... High, low, or normal. The cortisol result show you are adrenal insufficient. The addition of the ACTH would tell you if it is primary or secondary in nature. If primary. You will need to take hydrocortisone tablets. If secondary.. ... (10 replies)
... it could be pressing on your optic nerve and causing double vision. Pituitary adenomas can suppress your pituitary function which can cause Addison's, Hypothyroid and other hypometabolic disorders. ... (6 replies)
... that my cortisol levels were low. I was referred to an endo who ran additional blood work. My cortisol came back in the normal range but on the low side. My ACTH, however, was unproportionally high which, my endo says, points to weakened adrenals. ... (1 replies)
... Labs after on Estratest 1.25mg of Estrogen and 2. ... (4 replies)
... but his labs confused me. I'm wondering whether I should call the doctor and ask for retesting, and then a stim test? ... (0 replies)
... Hello out there. I'm new here. Have some confusing results and have to wait 3 weeks before I can see my endo again. Can anyone out there help? ... (2 replies)
Fainted last night
Apr 14, 2008
... Walk in and see the MD with your blood results. ... (1 replies)
... and it was cortisol 23, went to 40 after an hour. It was only 23 to begin with because the lady couldn't get the IV in my arm and had to stick me about 6 times. I also have some weird other imbalances with my hormones. ... (5 replies)




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