52 year old female, with history of premature ovarion failure, Hashimotos, and hypothyroidism. After a prolonged period of deep fatigue, weakness (having to literally pull myself up the stairs), and hyperpigmentation, I requested a morning cortisol test. The blood was drawn at 10:30 am. I tested at 7.0, which I was told was normal, basd on a range of 4.0 - 23. Is this level normal for 10:30 in the morning? If levels peak around 8:00 and then decline, that seems low, or is that range normal throughout the day? Thank you.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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