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... is high. Technically, there is not a refrence range for 10 am. ... (1 replies)
... a number of other serum hormone levels as well, which were within normal range, albeit lower end, but that was of course good enough for him. ... (5 replies)
... I'm a 33 year old male with hashimoto's thyroiditis. I've had several blood tests for ACTH, Cortisol and a number of other things. ... (0 replies)

Jul 31, 2004
... Thank you so much for taking so much time to help me! My endocrinologist did theorize that maybe the acth is only acting on part of my adrenal glands for some reason. He also made this unnerving comment, "Maybe the test is picking up something other than acth, but calling it acth, like cancer. ... (2 replies)
... I agree with Rumpled, you should not wait three months for an endo appointment. Your cortisol is so low that you could get into trouble at any time. ... (7 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)
... My family has a number of autoimmune disease, including hypo, perncious anemia, PCOS and Crohns. Definately a connection. Good luck with your B12 diagnosis. ... (4 replies)
... I recently was given a 24 Hour Urine Cortisol test to do, as the doctor was checking for Cushing's Disease. I definitely don't have Cushing's based on the result, my result was actually fairly normal...possibly too low ironically. ... (2 replies)
... Should I ask the doctor for hydrocortisone? ... (5 replies)
... on the acth serum test. I look for acth, if healthy, to be in the top third of the range. Most with secondary adrenal insufficiency are in the bottom third. ... (5 replies)
... I found a new dr that ran morning ACTh and cortisol levels that lead to and Endocrine appointment. ... (0 replies)
Low reserves?
Oct 15, 2005
... You might want to ask for a copy of your lab results. I have done this with my son's tests, and they have come in very handy. They doctor's offices don't mind at all. ... (12 replies)
... ptoms that seem to screen adrenal insufficiency... if surprised or waken up during night I get that panicy fight or flight feeling and my body does not calm down for hours, I crave salt and have a sodium level the lowest number considered in the normal range yet I eat salt like crazy. ... (2 replies)
... Is it possible for you to list out what the normal ranges are on a the common tests to test for Addison's? ... (1 replies)
... can also do a baseline, random Coritsol, but I trust this less, because what the body produces goes through such a pendulum swing that the 'results' have a wide range of normal. The Coritsol result does not take into account the time of day. ... (6 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 started Adderall in May this year for ADHD and then the heart palps started. I thought it was from the Adderall, and so I stopped it for awhile, and the heart palps continued. ... (0 replies)
... 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. But, there is room for accepting a diagnosis of partial AI, or at the least HPA axis failure, or dysfunction. ... (17 replies)
... Thanks for the good advice! ... (5 replies)
... day for the average person, and to remain wary of any overdose dangers. But doctors and their patients need to determine how "average" any given patient is. ... (9 replies)

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