My son Age is 11 years & 4 month old.
His blood cortisol level was 32.14 ug/dl blood taken in morning 9.00am on 4th march2009.
His weight is 56.00 kg , weight rasing 5 to 7 kg in year ,that happening from last 5 years.
He is lassay. He is not consntration on study, sport, school activity.He is consntration on looking Telivision, Moves , Eating a Food.
As per Endocrinlist sugession, I am adimit him on 4-03-09 hospital for Dyanamic Endocrine Test.
After Admit in hospital Reports as below
a tpo 22.50 U/mL ( 0-60 U/mL)
Cortisol 32.14 ug/dL ( 7-9 am 4.3- 22.40 ug/dL )
after low dose dexamethasone suprresion test was given tab DEXONA 6 hours 8 doses.
5 th march cortisol after 3 doses is 4.45 ug/dL
5 th march HGH(F) 0.85 ng/mL
6 th march cortisol after 3 doses is 0.45 ug/dL
What is your sugession?
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