Cortisol Load 57, Progesterone <15 , sIGA <5 fULL REPORT BELOE

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    Cortisol Load 57, Progesterone <15 , sIGA <5 fULL REPORT BELOE


    Salivary Tests Back Today
    ASI Adrenal Stress Index
    TAP Free Cortisol Rhythm
    06:00-8:00AM 5 Depressed Ref Val 13-24nM
    11:00-Noon 10 Normal 5-10nM
    04:00-05:00PM 6 Normal 3-8nM
    10:00-Midnight 36 Elevated 1-4nM
    Cortsol Load 57 23-42nM
    High values for Cortisol Load favor a catabolic state
    Test Description Result Ref Values
    P17-OH 17-OH Progesterone <15 Depressed Adults
    Optimal: 22-100 pg/ml
    Borderline: 101-130 pg/ml
    Elevated: > 130 pg/ml
    MB2S Total Salivary SIgA <5 Depressed Normal: 25-60 mg/dl
    Borderline 20-25 mg/dl

    DHEA Dehydroepiandrosterone 4 Normal Adults M/F 3-10 ng/ml

    Insulin Fasting 4 Normal Normal 3-12 uIU/mL
    Insulin non fasting <3 Depressed Optimal 5-20 uIU/mL

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    Immune system compromise most likely being a viral, heavy metal or bacterial load. 90% of.Lyme is false negative. Demo graphics is pointing to highly. With possible immune system load then one needs to see a higher actually higher Cortisol response then what you are having to deal with both the pathogen and daily function which occurring then spiking before bed. Identify what is triggering the response before bed.
    I am not a medical Dr, please keep in mind that this answer is for information purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat or replace sound medical advice from your physician or health care provider.

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