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... o M. Just got a saliva cortisol test done a few weeks ago, and the results were way elevated out of the reference ranges. ... (1 replies)
... Your test results certainly sound like low cortisol to me. ... (16 replies)
... ch better with Armour thyroid. As I was working through the issues with my thyroid meds, I wondered if I might have adrenal problems, too. I took a saliva test for cortisol and DHEA in August, 2004. Here's the results. ... (3 replies)

... I have never had an ACTH test. I have just had an 8am blood draw for a cortisol level. ... (8 replies)
... advice on whether I should be concerned, or push for more testing would be appreciated! Thanks! ... (1 replies)
... I also had the ACTH stim test. I will post my "normal range" results for you. I noticed that out lab ranges AND results are close to the same. I think this means we are normal. But I was wondering about adrenal fatigue and how that may look on this type of test. ... (8 replies)
... What was your cortisol to start with and what was it after the test? ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for getting back with me Wanda. It was done by a doctor who specializes in interpretive medicine. ... (4 replies)
Adrenal Fatigue
Dec 21, 2004
... Thank you so much for replying to me, I really appreciate it. ... (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)
Weird ranges...
Jun 17, 2004
... That's interesting! Yes, I think I remember the nurse mentioning that name for the drug. I have no idea about the dosage I was given, though, and the lab sheet doesn't say either. ... (2 replies)
... I have recently discovered that my cortisol level was below normal via a 24hr saliva test. ... (0 replies)
... I know you suggested for me to get the ACTH Stim test done. Should I also ask for the Aldosterone and Renin, DHEA, and Testosterone tests? ... (11 replies)
... function. I didn't know there was a difference with adrenal issues. I read that your cortisol levels will double if your adrenals aren't diseased. I suppose that my test results would be considered borderline for doubling at 14.3 baseline and 27. ... (8 replies)
... is high. Technically, there is not a refrence range for 10 am. ... (1 replies)
... t even think there is consensus on even how to determine how a patient is at the correct dose. My doctor has me do a 24 hour urine collection and that is tested for urinary free cortisol. If is in the normal ranges, in the middle, then he feels my dose is appropriate for a normal day. ... (3 replies)
Question to Chris?
Oct 26, 2004
... ad done a lab test myself, I wasn't sure how much saliva should go in each tube, etc. and I just tend to be an overly anxious person. I know you've said that the ranges for the Cortisol blood test are flawed, but what about the ranges for the saliva test? ... (1 replies)
... that the doc was treating with 60 mg of prednisone for about 6 months. ... (12 replies)
... Hi, I wasn't given the ranges for ACTH but have found that 10–60 ng/L is considered a normal range but a healthy person would be towards the top end of the range. The adequate cortisol range required during the insulin Test is 550 nmol/L same as the synathen test. Thank you :) (5 replies)
... Read your post and i have to agree that test results are not always the answer. After being taken off my doses of cortef for secondary addisons due to a "normal" range of cortisol I started experiencing all the symptoms again. ... (1 replies)

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