I'm not too familiar with the trackers, but I took a fast look.
Your temperature tracker indicates the possibility of a low grade infectious condition. Have you had any newer symptoms lately?
If not, it could be an underlying chronic infectious condition, which would be
easily explained if A. your cortisol levels are low (unbound).
Cortisol regulates the immune cells in our gut so when cortisol is depleted those cells become dysregulated, making us more susceptible to pathogens like bacteria, yeast, and parasites.
B. Your immune system is compromised and dormant infections may become activated.
So this usually throws off the test for adrenal and thyroid function for the time being, but please continue the temp. tracking.
As far as the BP goes, you need to take readings multiple times a day, at various times and for a couple weeks. It might be advisable to also track
sitting and standing (upon standing from a seated position) BP to establish
Orthostatic BP, possibly indicative of underlying adrenal/thyroid issues.
I don't know what the letters" D" and " I" stand for in the sex drive line.
I also took a look at Dr. Wilson's questionnaire and it's totally different than the one I have from my notes- I don't have any reference marked, it's from my Naturopathic Medicine studies in the past. Nonetheless, it seems to be fairly comprehensive. Your high score did not surprise me at all!
For Raynaud's, anything that helps with improved circulation is recommended. Capsaicin based creams are good, hot spicy foods-if you can tolerate them- physical activity/exercise according to your ability, cold environment avoidance etc, should make a difference.
However, I have the feeling that when your adrenal and thyroid issues get corrected, you may experience remission or at least notable improvement.
Regarding your earlier comment about being embarrassed, please don't
be too concerned about that. I don't judge, I'm just here to help, if I can and all that matters is that it hopefully makes a small difference in your life.
Love & Light