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... I have not been diagnosed with Addison's but I have a question. I am having contradictory cortisol test results. ... (1 replies)
... If someone has normal blood cortisol levels for the morning and late afternoon but there is only a one point difference, is this significant? ... (29 replies)
... and the results indicated low levels of cortisol and borderline DHEA level. My question is basically how low is too low? ... (1 replies)

... is 20 mg. Please go to www.nadf.us and look for the normal cortisol levels daily. the numbers you quoted look too low. ... (29 replies)
... Doesn't hi cortisol INHIBIT higher testos. levels? ... (0 replies)
... Can someone give me the normal cortisol and ACTh values for the day? ... (5 replies)
... It was a AM level that came back as 3.8. Yesterday I had a PM level drawn. ... (0 replies)
... g the meds are right for me. I am fighting three front's Hashimoto's thyroid fluxing and nodule, secondary hypoT, and now adrenal insufficiency. What were your cortisol levels before treatment? ... (12 replies)
... s syndrome is done in two stages. Initial tests are to verify that there is indeed excess cortisol present. ... (7 replies)
... I recently had a full blood panel done and recieved the tests today (via fax from the dr's office). The only thing that was outside of "normal" range was my DHEAs 306 ug/dL with normal range of 45-270ug/dL. I insisted on testing TSH as well as freeT-3 and free T4 levels. TSH was 2.73 with T-3 at 3.5 pg/mL (normal =2.3-4.2) and T-4 at 1.29ng/dL (normal=0.61-1.76). Cortisol... (4 replies)
Nausea!
Feb 13, 2007
... Re your post below: I have read the ACTH test should be done at 8am. Or somewhere around the time you normally wake up. I am sure of this. Also, one shouldnt be drinking caffeine because it screws your adrnals. I for one thing, went for years w/o caf and started again, and had actual pain in the adrenals. I have taken the oral test first, and came back low but not too bad,... (3 replies)
Why oh why???
Mar 27, 2010
... well i know about cushings, but I thought is was elevated cortisol all the time? ... (8 replies)
... Frankly, I was surprised that someone there thought thyroid wasn't your problem, given that you had no FT3 or FT4 results posted. It's important to also have FT3 levels checked too. ... (12 replies)
Nausea!
Feb 11, 2007
... I have had two cortisol levels come back low, one of them was done by an endo 2 yrs ago and he did the ACTH stim which came back okay. ... (3 replies)
Dhea level high
Jan 20, 2006
... You know I was wondering about cushings after doing some research.I have all that above you have mentioned except hypertension blood pressure is normal and I do not bruise easily plus i have low sugar..Could cortisol levels throw off the thyroid? ... (11 replies)
... adrenal insufficient with adrenal fatigue. My IM gave me the results of my adrenal function testing and went over them in detail. The nurse had told me that the cortisol was normal.. and ACTH high.. well actually... ... (12 replies)
... My Endo told me this test was normal, but if you look at my AM level it is below Normal range.. ... (5 replies)
... I haven't gotten the test results back yet from my Cortisol AM and PM saliva test. ... (0 replies)
... Every Addisonian has to figure out what works out the best for them, but normally a person's cortisol levels are peaked in the early morning. ... (3 replies)
... I will probably ask for another one either next year or the following, the prolactin level has been the dictating factor for those. I too was surprised that my cortisol level started out at 19 as other cortisol levels I've had were in the lower end of the "normal range". ... (1 replies)




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