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... Considering being secondary is a very rare condition and the average endo won't see a single such patient in his career its pretty amazing you manage to see one every day! Do you have any medical journal literature about secondaries having this additional condition? As I understand it low aldosterone is a condition originating in the adrenal glands. How do some... (8 replies)
... induced hypoglycemia test. I have no recollection of being given any other specific tests. I think I was diagnosed as Secondary mostly because I didn't have the hyperpigmentation. But, since then, I've read that some of the symptoms I was having were only symtoms of Primary. ... (8 replies)
... Secondary doesn't have this problem but may have other hormonal loses such as low growth hormone, elevated prolactin, sex hormone problems and thyroid problems. ... (8 replies)

... As far as I know, the symptoms of primary and secondary Addison's are exactly the same. ... (8 replies)
... ? Are you saying that renal failure is a symptom of hypoaldosteronism? (Since I was asking about symptoms, not a diagnosis.) I know there's such a thing as hyporeninemic hypoaldosteronism, but since this is the Addison's board, I was referring to adrenal hypoaldosteronism, which is what someone would have if they were being treated for secondary Addison's (ACTH deficiency... (8 replies)
... Can anyone tell me what the symptoms would be if one was diagnosed as and treated for Secondary Addison's, but really had Primary? ... (8 replies)
... I was diagnosed about the same time as you last year. It has been a challenge for me, but I am finally feeling as if I have a handle on all of this. I have a few questions about your symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... vitality as the day goes along. I tend to be at my peak about one hour after rising and from then until bedtime it gets very tough. ... (3 replies)
... I will try to make this as short as possible. ... (0 replies)
Am i going mad
Aug 24, 2017
... Hi everyone. I will do my best here to explain this. As even writing this is pretty exhausting. To say I don't feel well physically is an understatement. ... (0 replies)
... You have no idea how comforting it is to hear that. I have been struggling bad lately. :( I have four kids and a full-time job, so things are stressful, but I keep up with things pretty well. Just today we had two dentist appointments, had to run to take my husband to get lunch, and I just got back from the grocery store... and now I'm working for a bit before going to get my... (5 replies)
... From what you are describing, it sounds more like an anxiety issue as a follow on from your panic attack, though I am no doctor of course. ... (5 replies)
... litres of water a day I'm also drinking 2 litres of grapefruit juice as well. Anyone here with Addisons ever experience that? ... (0 replies)
... Hello! I'm 19 years old. I know it's unlikely but I'm asking for your opinion as to if I should get checked for Addison's Disease at the doctors. ... (1 replies)
... company Par and are using the Cortef formula for this product. Over many, many years of taking hydro for Addison's I have found the Cortef formula does not work as well for me as the generic hydro. The Walgreens pharmicists insist this new version is the same as the original Qualitest but my body says different. ... (0 replies)
... What the endo will say when I see him I dont know, but as doctors failed to diagnose me for over a year, I am going with my own instincts. ... (2 replies)
... I personally take dhea, progesterone and pregnenolone. I also have lymes and my lyme doc said I'm preg deficient. My guess is because of the addisons. I think the progesterone and preg help me most (2 replies)
... A and the scientific studies done in this area, in regards to Addison's patients, and am convinced that it will help me. I will be starting with supplementation, as soon as I've convinced my endo. ... (2 replies)
Jan 24, 2017
... Hi there, I just typed out a reply to you and cyber space ate it on up LOL. Have you had any blood work done recently to make you believe it might be Addison's? If not a good starting point would be: TSH Free T4 Free T3 ACTH Cortisol If your ACTH & Cortisol come back with any issues it's likely they will wait a couple weeks or so and retest. If there's still an... (1 replies)
... And while the numbers more than doubled, they just barely got up to 20 after 60 minutes, so that's borderline as well, right? ... (0 replies)

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