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... I've been there ever since. This year HAS been better, but I am still not very functional. ... (9 replies)
... and he said that having low cortisol is no big deal? ... (4 replies)
... and the results indicated low levels of cortisol and borderline DHEA level. My question is basically how low is too low? ... (1 replies)

... Doctors are very good at "fluffing off". The only thing I can tell you is that I have muscle pain too, especially in the legs. ... (2 replies)
... r the reply. I saw an endocrinologist, and I really don't think it was worth my time. My GP says my cortisol is very high but the endocrinologist told me that my levels were all in his "reference range" so he doesn't think it could be a hormonal problem and that I should speak to a gastroenterologist. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, we dont have a diagnosis as yet but looking for some advice please. My 7 yr old daughter became unwell about a year ago and was admitted to hospital very unwell and very lethargic. Blood counts showed she had neutropenia and had lots of tests done. ... (1 replies)
... ably give you a better answer. But pregnancy definitely does increase cortisol, and I think it progressively increases throughout the pregnancy. If you are not very far along then I suppose 14.8 could be perfectly normal. But it looks kind of low to me, even if it's just the first trimester. ... (3 replies)
... Cortisol tests should never be performed after doing any kind of physical activity. What you probably did was to falsely elevate your cortisol levels during the test by exercising like that. A cortisol test, especially if it's a one time blood test, should be done with as little stress as possible. ... (5 replies)
... I have been very sick the past year, and horrible this past month. ... (1 replies)
... Thankx for the reply... yes, I've been told I need an antidepressant also!! I told them I WANT to do things I just CAN'T!! That is very different from depression! ... (2 replies)
... My Dr. is referring me to an Endo because of the Aldosterone levels she said. I got a copy of my labwork and it seems my thyroid is fine and my aldosterone is in range. ... (2 replies)
... The 24hr urine test is not that good at detecting LOW cortisol. It is normally used to detect HIGH cortisol. So it doesn't necessarily mean anything if that comes back perfectly fine. ... (3 replies)
... This is interesting. I like the water and gatorade advice. In my body I focus on lowering Cortisol levels...stress is no good for my MD. It's not in your kids head, that's just another way of saying I don't know. Cortisol is vital for behavior. ... (11 replies)
... Try magnesium supplements to help get to sleep, its working very well for me! And have you thought about asking if you could try prednisone instead of hydrocortisone? ... (13 replies)
... which showed very low cortisol levels. Most doctors, when told that a woman suffers from extreme fatigue, etc.... believe it is psychological or your're doing too much. ... (10 replies)
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... Hi Orion, that would make a lot of sense in my case, although my thyroid levels are mostly improved at this point. ... (11 replies)
... But the DHAS and Cortisol are the ones that are troubling me. My first DHAS test was Dec 12 and the result was 31. ... (0 replies)
... I found a new dr that ran morning ACTh and cortisol levels that lead to and Endocrine appointment. ... (0 replies)
Cortisol Question
Jul 23, 2007
... I recently had some further testing done and there were only a few things that appeared that were strange, one being the cortisol levels. ... (1 replies)

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