TSH & Cortisol lab results-Do they actually look normal?

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Can someone please take a look at my results? Maybe you've had the same test done & know a thing or two about Thyroid (&/or Adrenal) issues! Opinions? Should more testing be done & if so, the names of the test would be great. Thank you!!

(Back story: I was told my labs/blood work for my thyroid is just fine. But I've been suffering from Hypothyroid symptoms & extreme adrenal fatigue symptoms for almost 3yrs. I have a goiter as well, I've been to several doctors & none are concerned. It seems these symptoms are messing w/my Pcos as well. (I do not have insulin resistance nor Diabetes) I also had hormone testing done as well, I can post those if needed.)

Blood work-TSH & Cortisol results

Tested at 7:54am

ACTH, plasma-6 pg/mL

Range: 6-50 pg/mL

Cortisol, A.M.- 0.5L

Range: 8am (7am-9am)

Specimen: 4.0-22.0

Dexamethasone- 356 ng/dL

Reference ranges:

Baseline: Less than 20ng/dL

1mg Dexmethasone overnight:

180-550ng/dL (8-10am)


TSH: 2.08

Range 0.40-4.50

T4Free: 1.1

Range: 0.8-1.8

T3Free: 3.3

Range: 2.3-4.2

Thyroid Peroxidase & Thyroglobulin Antibodies: 1

Range: < or = 1

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