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... Normal range is 0. ... (22 replies)
Why oh why???
Mar 27, 2010
... o meet with a health guru this afternoon and I will ask him...I can tell you, my nightime levels were still lower than my morning levels based on my charted 24hr cortisol test. ... (8 replies)
... M were normal. The cortisol was in normal range and she couldn't give me specifics.. the one thing that was off was my ACTH. ... (12 replies)

... would be classed as low. my gp says its normal so isn,t botherd about the fact i have pa i am on monthly jabs but dont feel significantly any better, and am hypothyroid and am on thyroxine. ... (29 replies)
... would be classed as low. my gp says its normal so isn,t botherd about the fact i have pa i am on monthly jabs but dont feel significantly any better, and am hypothyroid and am on thyroxine. ... (29 replies)
... my tests, including thyroid usually come out just marginally high or marginally low. I see here people with Cushings have ACTH that is VERY high. Mine is just normal high, but is this normal? ... (5 replies)
... It went up 5 points on the scale. The endo tried to tell me that the test was normal but I didnt buy it , and my first doc said I have adreanl fatigge. ... (15 replies)
... ears ago. I was put on a high dose of synthroid and felt fine until my endocrinologist started reducing the Synthroid dose about 3 years ago to bring my TSH into normal range. I began having severe fatigue. I was suspicious because of my strong family history of autoimmune disease including my daughter who has type I diabetes. ... (0 replies)
... My endo did his idea of a workup which included an AM cortisol. It was within the normal range. ... (4 replies)
... I've posted quite a bit on the thyroid board as I am hypothyroid, but I recently saw a doctor who said that my cortisol result was "borderline. ... (2 replies)
... I believe that my baseline cortisol was as high as it was because i had been on HC for several months and had only DC it 24 hours prior to this blood draw. ... (16 replies)
... I believe that my baseline cortisol was as high as it was because i had been on HC for several months and had only DC it 24 hours prior to this blood draw. ... (16 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)
... were still within the normal range. Although, low to low normal. But normal nonetheless. So I am wondering why they suspect Addison's? ... (3 replies)
... as normal. On my stim, my pre cortisol level was 5.8 but I stimmed to 20.2. ... (4 replies)
... that says any am cortisol level BELOW 18 should be further investigated. My am cortisol of 17 got my gp to start further testing. ... (4 replies)
Adrenal Fatigue??
Jun 12, 2007
... Well I saw my endo, and she said my base Cortisol was at 11. This to me seems to be in the low normal range. Then after the ACTH test it went to 21. She stated that means your Adrenals are fine. ... (88 replies)
... have had done is a saliva test 4x during the day. The results showed "adrenal fatigue", meaning I am still putting out some cortisol, but not enough to be in the normal range. It also showed that I have a backed up supply of progesterone which is not turning into cortisol. ... (4 replies)
... Do you know what an average Cortisol reading is when you wake up? ... (6 replies)
... We have had the salivary cortisol tests back. ... (22 replies)


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