@ Jonathan Edwards I had anti-thyroglobulin antibodies of 19 UI/mL, with normal value being < 4.1 according to the lab. I've heard different opinions on whether this is significant. What do you think?
Also adrenalin below the detection limit in two separate 24 hour urine catecholamine tests, low insulin, reactive hypoglycemia, low FH and FSH.
Different labs have different ways of deciding what is the upper limit of 'normal' and as for ANA it is not really clear even what that means. The reality is that nobody knows how significant these results are, but my guess is that it may be something to do with the ME. Most doctors will say not because there is no proven link, but they may be because nobody has studied it properly.
The hormone tests I would not comment on as I do not know enough endocrinology.