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... I would love to tell you where on Planet Earth I am yet I would prefer to reserved my anonymity, yet I am not in Cuba; and i can see a specialist without a referral the next day... Alike Cuba, other countries like France and Sweden' free or subsidized healthcare ( not in France or Sweden either ), yet if they can do it, so can the our government in the US.. Sorry for... (88 replies)
... From what I have researched, adrenal insufficiency may be the early stages of Addison's Disease. ... (15 replies)
... The indication was progressing phase 2 adrenal fatigue. ... (0 replies)

... I felt stupid doing it, but I brought up that I read about a pupil test online for adrenal insufficiency. Shine a light in your eye for 30 seconds, if it constricts, it's normal, if it dilates, it's not. ... (2 replies)
... that would be even better. I just figured nausea was a part of it, I always wake up neauseas, is that not normal either or is it because I haven't taken cortef yet? ... (20 replies)
... I am very glad to have found this board. I've been suffering now since October being very poorly. I have overwhelming fatigue to the point where I pretty much lay on the sofa all day. I can't work now and I'm getting pretty frustrated. ... (1 replies)
... I was diagnosed three years ago with panhypopituitarism, which means my pituitary gland is not functioning. I was well into an adrenal crisis by the time they figured out what was going on. I was prescribed Cortef and it literally saved my life. ... (20 replies)
... It might help you to go to the dose schedule I mentioned before to spread out your dose. You may also have to add 5mg. You should have ""NO"" nausea on a regular basis. ... (20 replies)
... I ended up going to my GP and having basically everything under the sun tested. Everything's mostly normal, with the exception of some increased inflammatory markers. I'm waiting on a long-term pain-management script (my insurance company is obnoxious about maintenance drugs), so the inflammation is probably the endometriosis. I've also got some low albumin going on, which is... (5 replies)
... Oh you are right, I wrote it down wrong! I take a pill and a half in the morning which is 15mg and a half a pill in the afternoon, which is 5. I was on 20 in the morning and 10 in the afternoon and I just felt horrible, my face got puffy and I gained a little weight. I am feeling much better on the lower dose, but I still have bouts of nasusea. Sometimes I just get nauseas... (20 replies)
... 2jen, You should have 10mg in the morning when you first get up or while still in bed. 5mg about noon & 5mg about 5pm. 5mg Cortef in the morning is not enough so you have nausea. Our replacement meds are supposed to be taken first thing in the morning. Many of us take some of the morning dose before getting out of bed. (20 replies)
Question
Dec 1, 2004
... Thank you Chris and I will check into the book...I guess I dont have any adrenline problems. i guess Im going to have to realize im just having anxiety and thyroid problems.Out of your list of symptoms above I only have the low sugar, fatigue, strange heart rates and on occation an headache and all that can be thyroid related as well...Guess Im just searching out for answers... (6 replies)
... educating, blogging on these forums, and perhaps make some crucial lifestyle changes, in order to live the best life you can with compromised adrenal gland function. ... (3 replies)
... I was diagnosed with secondary adrenal insufficiency 4.5 years ago after complaining of fatigue. The first endocrinologist tested me and prescribed 30 miligrams of cortef daily. ... (21 replies)
Antidepressants?
Nov 8, 2005
... antidepressants work in a way similar to actually STRESSING the adrenal glands. When any serotonergic activity is increased in the brain, cortisol and adrenaline are released to combat this excess serotonin. ... (6 replies)
... I get the same thing and I supposedly have CFS...but you are sick...same cure fore everything though...light-medium exercise, very healthy diet, give up all stimulants, and get good rest...and take the right supplements...not realy a cure, but these things will help most conditions. (7 replies)
... Over the past few months I've just about sorted out my IBS problems by cutting out sugar, high GI carbs, yeast, milk but my other symptoms are getting worse!! My fatigue is overwhelming, I don't know how long I can continue work for. ... (7 replies)
... I have been only working half days for a month. I've been ill diagnosed with Adrenal Fatigue for over a year and have been missing work here and there from it. The end of February I started having stomach issues... ... (6 replies)
... My son was diagnosed with secondary adrenal insufficiency in late January due to long term prednisone use for Crohn's disease. We got the diagnosis from an endocrinologist. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Matt, First I want to thank you for replying to my two recent posts.. i really appreciate that you took the time to respond. I will look for the supplement you suggested for sexual energy/fatigue, and I already take DHEA. And in regards to my second post, I am also going to try to take more of my steroid earlier in the day, and get away from the late night dose. Seems... (2 replies)


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