Thanks Janet. I should have looked over at the sticky. Brain fog! So, which one is the correct one or better yet I noticed that some dr's I have been to reconize the ZRT values but never have heard of Diagnos-Tech. The ZRT Labs show some tests in range but if you convert over to nM as D-T labs use which one is the correct one to go by? Kind of Confused. Thank you, Greg
That's hard to say. Some docs prefer one over the other. It is my understanding that DiagnosTechs came up with the saliva testing for cortisol in the first place. I just know from back when Val was mod. of the adrenals forum at STTM that she always said "20 nM" was a good morning level for women and "25 nM" was good for men. So that's why I always convert to the DiagnosTechs' units.
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La: Hi just a quick one to cee if Nyone else has had the same experiences.. I very high cortisol apx 1700 and over. High seem to be increasing. Extremely tired all the time and my hand and feet are freezing. This has been a problem since 2007
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