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... I did plenty of reading up on secondary AI. I know I don't have complete AI, since I would have failed the stim test. ... (17 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)
... I get the same thing and I supposedly have CFS...but you are sick...same cure fore everything though...light-medium exercise, very healthy diet, give up all stimulants, and get good rest...and take the right supplements...not realy a cure, but these things will help most conditions. (7 replies)

... I read about adrenal fatigue and decided to do a saliva test. I got the results a couple of weeks ago that showed I had lower cortisol levels than the reference range from morning til night. I showed this to my GP who did some blood tests and all came back normal. ... (7 replies)
... Thyroid problems and have had a couple of tests done. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for this rumpled. We have had the results of the Synacthen Test. ... (22 replies)
... So here are some of abnormal results. See if you can help me put any of this together. ... (0 replies)
Adrenal Fatigue??
Sep 22, 2007
... d results from that doctor... the numbers. Have them mail you a copy with the lab results. "Normal" can mean almost anything. Then read up on how the reference ranges are determined. Keep in mind that adrenals and thyroid are related... not always, but many forum members have issues with both. ... (88 replies)
Adrenal Fatigue
Dec 21, 2004
... I've read "Adrenal Fatigue" and I did the Scorecard Matrix by Dr. Rind. Looking at symptoms, I weigh heavily towards adrenal fatigue, but by the cortisol tests I'm not. ... (2 replies)
A diagnosis
Aug 6, 2004
... Since the base cortisol didn't even double, then you would assume this is a primary case, correct? ... (1 replies)
... I've heard of people being in the hospital all day getting blood tested to get the exact levels? ... (3 replies)
... What was your cortisol to start with and what was it after the test? ... (2 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)
... e read on other sites dealing with secondary adrenal insufficiency possible hypopituitarism, that the ACTH range is skewed becasue it really reflects the average of already sick people. ... (22 replies)
A diagnosis
Aug 1, 2004
... It took 15mos. filled with various tests and years of misdiagnosis, but after the results of the last ACTH stim test, the endocrinologist finally said that it was time to concede that our son's first diagnosis is the correct one. ... (1 replies)
... We have had the salivary cortisol tests back. ... (22 replies)
... I have recently discovered that my cortisol level was below normal via a 24hr saliva test. ... (0 replies)
... I completely agree with what you say about the ACTH, the reference ranges aren't probably based on healthy people. ... (22 replies)
... Of course on all the 02 results it showed high on all. I dont think these ranges are correct, but who am I. ... (0 replies)
... Also, my AM cortisol was 3. ... (0 replies)


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