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... The endo said he was a little surprized because estrogen usually raises cortisol. I am schedule for the acth stim test on the 20th. ... (1 replies)
... the range but no 24 hr study was done. ... (13 replies)
... As aldosterone goes down, so does sodium and water retention. This can cause low or high blood pressure depending on high messed up the mechanism is. ... (12 replies)

... Thyroxine, Free, Direct .93 Range . ... (4 replies)
... Yep it's low for a morning cortisol, but cortisol cycles every 20 minutes or so and it's possible you hit a low point. So, this test didn't tell you anything really, but it did indicate a possible problem. ... (1 replies)
... I just found this board and was hoping someone could help me with a few questions. My doctor recently mentioned that he wanted to test me for Addison's Disease and until that point I had never heard of symptoms have been ongoing for over a year now, but are slowly worsening. ... (5 replies)
... Not sure the range don't say... ... (0 replies)
... They've been testing me for Sjogren's disease because of the dry eyes, mouth and skin, but so far all tests are negative. ... (10 replies)
... when your adrenals can't produce enough cortisol they will actually "rob" your body of estrogen to convert to cortisol. ... (10 replies)
Heating Up
Jun 19, 2007
... I find that whenever I exert myself, even mildly for a prolonger period my body seems to start heating up. I can feel the heat building inside me and then I start pouring with sweat. ... (0 replies)
72 hour fast!
Jun 3, 2007
... ts, because we share some of the same symptoms. I usually post on the thyroid board, but have recently been on the Diabetes board more often due to high and low blood sugar. ... (3 replies)
... I recently had a cortisol test. ... (4 replies)
Test Results
Sep 16, 2004
... The DO says normal but I have been having all the symptoms that keep leading me back to adrenal problems, probably secondary. ... (0 replies)
Why oh why???
Mar 27, 2010
... I understand what you mean, the cause for these things could possibly be the same. I think the problem is they don't really know for sure what causes autoimmune diseases and other mystery syndromes. There are genetic links but also there are triggers such as defficiencies, viruses, etc. ... (8 replies)
... Well, I went to the doctor with a whole list of requests. She basically told me not to worry! She said cortisol came back great so that rules out anything adrenal. So no ACTH, no DHEA and no further blood tests even though potassium was low 3. ... (14 replies)
... By your results sounds you gotta think it's positive that you only have adrenal issues. My electrolytes have always been pretty normal with a little low sodium. Are you even on any cortef yet? ... (37 replies)
... I also wanted to see how your ACTH was done. Did you get the injection after they drew the blood for the first time, or was it just a straight blood draw? ... (37 replies)
... About 3 years ago I was constantly under the weather so my gp referred me to a general health consultant. Had a range of tests and the only thing that came back was low cortisol. So I had the ACTH simulation test but that came back normal. ... (1 replies)
More lab results
Jul 24, 2008
... world, where advances in medicine seem to move more slowly, the uper limit of TSH for diagnosing hypothyroidism is generally, 3.0. ... (15 replies)

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