I have have a lot of fatigue and i got my cortisol levels checked it was 9.7 at 12.00 noon the doctor said it was normal but i dont agree plus i have a nice bronze tan and i hardly go out in the sun?? she said my the blood work looks normal??? why am i tired and stressed out 24/7 ??? And there is a past generation relative who had addisons. When i take adrenal support supplements i feel a little better but they dont have cortisol in them. im 45 on disability but i also write hiphop/rap songs. got my first mone produced in an L.A. studio in California. sounds fantastic") !!!! gave a cd to my dr's office:) anyway back to the question do i have adrenal insufficiency ?? should i see some one else to interpret the blood test results???? I would Love to be feeling good again???
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