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Possible Adrenal Fatigue


#1


Good night my friends. I think possibly have adrenal fatigue and would very much help from all of you to come to a conclusion because I have suffered a lot, for a long time.


#2

DHEA


#3

What time of day when doing labs for cortisol=7,8?

For saliva cortisol, you appear to be below all time-ranges.

Have you read these stickies:

  • advice for new guys - post info about you
  • thyroid basics
    – check oral body temperatures and post

With adrenal fatigue, rT3 can be elevated which can lower body temperatures, even when other thyroid hormones are otherwise ideal.

Labs:
TSH
fT3
fT4
rT3

Do you use iodized salt for years? [You need iodine]


#4

[quote]KSman wrote:
What time of day when doing labs for cortisol=7,8?

For saliva cortisol, you appear to be below all time-ranges.

Have you read these stickies:

  • advice for new guys - post info about you
  • thyroid basics
    – check oral body temperatures and post

With adrenal fatigue, rT3 can be elevated which can lower body temperatures, even when other thyroid hormones are otherwise ideal.

Labs:
TSH
fT3
fT4
rT3

Do you use iodized salt for years? [You need iodine]
[/quote]

Hello my friends. I am very grateful for the great help you are offering me. I have many exams because I am not a person of great financial resources so hopefully the few tests that I can serve. Thank you very much.

I always had a lot of trouble with excessive physical fatigue and delayed onset muscle recovery and ill immune system. I suffer from depression, anxiety syndrome of panic.
Often I have trouble sleeping at night, gain weight easily, have trouble gaining muscle mass and have a great appetite for sweets. I would love to find a solution to my problem because it prevents me to live well. I really need to find a solution. Please help me.

T3: 1.57 nmol / L
free t4: 12.1 pmol / L
tsh: 4,000 Uul / ml
rT3: 0.10 ng / dl
free testosterone: 5.99 ng / dL
total testosterone: 239.70 ng / dL
fsh: 2,55 mUI/mL
E2: 18,37 pg/mL


#5

# HORMONE ACTH adrenocorticotropic 11.2 pg / mL

Up to 46.0 pg / mL

Lower ANTI TPO Antibodies to 10.0 IU / ml

Normal: <35.0 IU / mL High:> 35.0 IU / mL

GROWTH HORMONE <0.05 HUMAN HGH

Men: up to 3.0 ng / ml

IGF somatomedin C 1 216.0 ng / mL

age 31 to 35: 115-307

FREE TESTOSTERONE: 7:33 ng / dL

Men (17-65 years): 2.62 to 16.7 ng / dL

Globulin of Fri Hormones (SHBG): 21.000000 nmol / L

Men: 10.0 to 70.0 nmol / L

Prolactin: 7.60 ng / mL

Men: 4.04 to 15.2 ng / mL

TOTAL TESTOSTERONE: 294.40 ng / dL

Adult …: 241.0 to 827.0 ng / dL

Thyroxine FREE: 0.740 ng / dl

0.930 to 1.700 ng / dL

HORMONE thyroid-stimulating (TSH) 3,990 Uul / ml

Adult 0.270 to 4.200 Uul / ml

Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) 0.250 ng / ml

0 to 40 years from 0.57 to 1.4 ng / ml

Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH): 2.99 mIU / ml

Men: …: 1.5 to 12.4 mIU / ml

Luteinizing hormone: 5.50 mIU / ml

Men: …: 1.7 to 8.6 mIU / ml


#6

You can edit your posts above, look for “edit” in corner of your posts.
Need you to add lab ranges!!!

Please respond to everything in my post above and need your body temperatures

You have hypothyroidism. TSH should be closer to 1.0


#7

[quote]KSman wrote:
You can edit your posts above, look for “edit” in corner of your posts.
Need you to add lab ranges!!!

Please respond to everything in my post above and need your body temperatures

You have hypothyroidism. TSH should be closer to 1.0

[/quote]

Hello my friend, good morning.

I edited the values as your request. Now I hope that the values become clearer.
thank you very much


#8

Please note other things in my posts above.

Have you read these stickies:

  • advice for new guys - post info about you
  • thyroid basics
    – check oral body temperatures and post !!!