> If I were expected to make a guess, I would guess that you have
> consumed a massive amount of caffeine,
Heck no, I'm to lazy to make coffee as I have posted before and next I don't
drink soda either.
>your cortisol levels were
> high, but now you're thrown into adrenal insufficiency. Your low
> cortisol and high DHEA would suggest to me that you may be
> experiencing depression issues,
Nope as I have posted before and Paul H can back it up, no matter what I
have never been so content.
> and some schizophrenia may
> be in there too.
Excuse moi? LOL what are you the SSA now? Sorry Mike I've posted and still
have all test I've passed.
> Might also want to get a PSA. High DHEA is associated with
> high androgen levels, and has a high association with prostate
> cancer in men and breast cancer in women.
> Just mentioning, not interested in doing any research tonight.
My Endo sees people on how severe they are and Friday called to say I will
be coming in Tuesday ASAP for a Cortrosyn test and possibly x-rays and a
I wasn't scheduled to see him until another 8 weeks! (He can skip the
x-rays because I have 3 of my chest with a mystery dark spot on them)
PS. That freaking Testim dries your skin out!
> On Feb 21, 3:27 pm, "Cheeky Bastard" aol.com> wrote:
>> My DHEA was absurdly high back in June. I don't know what it is this week
>> but have my lab form here so I will check it off in a few weeks.
>> I never found a reason for high DHEA and gave up.