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... So iron is effected, not sure how... ... (4 replies)
... years. I started taking iron suppliments last week, and will put the blood donations on hold indefinitely until I get my levels looking good again. ... (4 replies)
... and one of the things the site mentioned was that a state of low iron anemia makes AI less likely. ... (4 replies)

... I am well versed on FT3, RT3, iron, adrenals, etc. etc. I am working on those angles as well, as I've never really gotten my iron in good range. But I just wanted to rule out any adrenal problem other than a little sluggishness or overactive perhaps. ... (5 replies)
... You should also consider that you do have adrenal issues as well as probable hypothyroid by your symptoms. Stop playing around with meds if you don't have a firm understanding of what they're for. E.g., you mentioned Florinef which is for aldosterone problems. Do you have aldosterone problems? Doctors have rigid medical belief systems, and receive their continuing... (17 replies)
... I stopped.....my potassium went low...very low 2.7, 2.9, 3.1. I went to the doctor of course...a good one and they found my aldosterone to be high, renin and my iron is low mag is low DHEA is high, vitamin D is low, thyroid is low and sometimes my calcium and sodium is low. Not really low, just below normal by a bit. ... (1 replies)
... My natural doctor says when your adrenals aren't up to par, you burn up sugar faster to keep going and can even start to use up your estrogen. ... (13 replies)
... I was suggested to try that before but with iron in between and having to eat it was hard to find time. I don't care now if I have to take T meds sooner then 4 hours apart from iron, I am still getting more. ... (17 replies)
... There are so many many things that can cause fatigue that until all that can be ruled out, adrenals can be a factor, but you need to look at the rest of the picture too. ... (6 replies)
... s how I got to taking .31 grain now, two times a day, and just recently I tried third dose and I think it might work. I was suggested to try that before but with iron in between and having to eat it was hard to find time. I don't care now if I have to take T meds sooner then 4 hours apart from iron, I am still getting more. ... (17 replies)
... I can't tolerate thyroid meds, I am on very small dose of Armour, my last ferritin was 7 and I can't tolerate Iron supplements either. I have been struggling with this for six long years already and nobody wanted to treat my adrenals until now. ... (17 replies)
... Hiya hon I am currently just tolerating 1 3/4 grains of Armour, I am having problems with anxiety too when I raise, takes ages for me to level out and I feel wiped out and breathless, however I am still nowhere near as wiped out and breathless as I was when I was on Levothyroixine. I had a scary episode on that when I became confused, vomited, dizziness (I had had periods of... (17 replies)
... I suspect my adrenals were bad all along? ... (17 replies)
... look pretty high as it is. Will the supplement take some of the stress off my Adrenals by not having to make so much on its own, or would that give me too much? ... (31 replies)
... Hi Kim. I am sorry you have horrible fatigue. I know it stinks! My doctor did not prescribe Cortef. He prescribed Wilson's protocol for severe adrenal fatigue. It is three different supplements taken several times a day. I have done very limited research at this point, but from what I have read people feel these supplements work. Supposedly this strengthens the... (29 replies)
Adrenal Fatigue??
Jan 11, 2008
... I'm now learning about the low BP and the salt and all that...it's been better the last few days even without having to do that. One doctor said my iron is low, and ordered daily b12 shots for two weeks, which a nurse comes to my house to do and is doing my BP and temp. as well. ... (88 replies)
... I've been working with a new doc (family practice) to help treat my adrenal fatigue/thyroid (main complaints depression/hypoglycemia). To my doc's credit, I feel that she is really trying to help me although she has admitted that adrenal fatigue is a little beyond her scope of knowledge. We just got done trying Armour for my thyroid--I did not tolerate this well. So... (2 replies)
... Thank you, Doby. I too have been searching the web, and found that when elderly peoples' b.p. FIGURES GET TOO FAR APART, it's bad. Where you had 95/58, I've had systolic, 127 or so, over 54. Had high b.p. and was taking dyazide twice a day for probably 40 yrs. On my own, not Addison diagnosed yet,and hopefully won't be, just trying to find out all about it, I found... (2 replies)


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