Thank you so much - it is really amazing of you to give so much advice and support to this community. I agree on the need for several sets of testing. Going to make some lifestyle and eating changes and re-test after a few months. I guess since my adrenals are showing at least a normal curve, even though on the low side, I know they are still working and haven't quit on me entirely. I keep reading that the adrenals should be "fixed" so to speak, before the thyroid can get back on track -
Again - thanks for your response - it made my day -
I don't fallow that school of thought. If your thyroid is off, you better get that optimized no matter what.
I know a lot of people with adrenal issues and no thyroid and vice versa so thankfully not everyone has both. I have pituitary issues but my thyroid issues were rather separate (hashimoto's, nodules, goiter, enlarged, etc) so it can be a mess all on its own.