I'm sorry that I didn't notice your response.
IsoCort is an adrenal cortex used to boost adrenal funtion. Low thyroid and adrenal imbalance usually go together. When one or the other is not functioning right the other is out of balance too.
I had the saliva and blood spot combo tests done...and you do it at home and mail it back to ZRT.
You may not need a lot of test after this. The only other test I did was a toxin and mineral test.
A quote from one of my books:
"The adrenal hormones and thyroid hormones are hooked together like a seesaw--often when one is up, the other is down and vice versa. If your thyroid is low, your adrenal levels might me high as a compensation for the low thyroid. Improving your thyroid level will allow your adrenals to relax a bit , thereby stressing you out less."
My tests shows that I have low thyroid and high adrenal levels(DHEAS) just like the quote states.
Meds: Armour Thyroid, Hydrocortisone, and lots of supplements in addition to my multi-vitamins.
Post Edited (Tru) : 12/7/2006 11:28:17 AM (GMT-7)