What Variations are typical in Adrenal Fatigue?
Do signs look like continuing HYPO (or other "Thyroid Issues"?)
*EXTREME* Fatigue, inability to "handle stress", just "beat down" feeling.
100mcg of Cytomel
30mg of Adderal XR ( for hyper somnolence/brain fog) take in the a.m.
Cytomel 50mcg when I wake and 50mcg after lunch.
11:27 am temp 97.5
2:30 pm temp 98.9
8:30 pm temp 97.7
2:36 pm temp 98.8
5:57 pm temp 98.8
8:30 am temp 96.7
11:30 am temp 97.7
2:30 pm temp 98.1
*NOTE--All Temps taken with minimal activity (ie. Computer/sitting in chair based work).
From June to August I put on 26-lbs---no external reason--ie. not eating more, etc.
Cortisol was a 4.4 (2:30pm.)---(scale 8-19 before 4 p.m.).**
**I'm under *EXTREME STRESS* (unemployed, financial problems associated with,. I thought Cortisol is supposed to SKYROCKET during times of "extreme stress"?).
Anti-Thyroglobulin Antibodies is Positive" 1.7 (range > or = 1.0 Positive).
My Thyroglobulin (TG-RIA) is 2.1ng/ml (0-33 scale)
Percent Thyroglobulin Recovery 89% (Range All Ages 85-115).
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