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... what is the cause of high DHEA (0 replies)
... Elevated levels of DHEAS may indicate an adrenocortical tumor, adrenal cancer, or adrenal hyperplasia. ... (1 replies)
... has had 4 miscarriages. She had levels checked and it came back with high DHEA. Not just a little high, but very elevated. They put her on prednisone to help. She isn't getting answers why. They just said maybe stress. ... (6 replies)

... I'm no Doctor, But like yours self my potassium levels are low also my Vitamin D levels were none existent at one stage MY BP is now very high which use to be low,. if all your electero imbalances are out of whack your going to feel so ill.. ... (7 replies)
... and 300 doctors before I found one who would listen! I also had to have 28 unnecessary surgeries! My father is a doctor and I can tell you that doctors, most of them, are very weird people. Doctors also do not like to be second guessed or told what to do. ... (7 replies)
... Thought I would reply because I am from England too and have a lot of experiences with doctors here! It sounds like you have a very good GP. ... (4 replies)
... I have symptoms of hypothyroid. ... (4 replies)
... cause extremely high blood pressure. ... (6 replies)
DHEA problems?
May 3, 2005
... so I don't think it's doing much to my adrenals. Besides, I was having this kind of fatigue before I started taking the thyroid medication. ... (20 replies)
DHEA problems?
May 3, 2005
... really puts a stressor on hypo women. My doc never increased my med during pregnancy and I really felt dragged down the whole pregnancy. Luckily, after 4 years of infertility, I do have a healthy baby girl. ... (20 replies)
... In many cases, high aldosterone is from a tumor on the adrenal gland. In most people it seems to cause high blood pressure but maybe your body is still able to regulate things with alterations in renin. It does often cause low potassium just as you mentioned. ... (6 replies)
DHEA and Addison's
Jun 12, 2004
... The hormone ATCH controls both the DHEA and cortisol levels. The fact you have high DHEA and low corisol is not normal. You need to investigate the cause of the excess DHEA. There are several possibilities including several cancers, so you shouldn't be fooling around taking things to mask the problem. ... (14 replies)
... however, for the past few weeks it has been debilitating. I'm a high school teacher and can only function for the few classes I teach and by the time I get home at 3 I end up on the couch for the rest of the night. ... (2 replies)
... CT of adrenals normal. MRI of pituitary normal. Catacholemines normal. Adrenal antibodies negative. ... (2 replies)
... Does anyone know what would cause this and what this test results mean? ... (0 replies)
... I'm a 33 year old male with hashimoto's thyroiditis. I've had several blood tests for ACTH, Cortisol and a number of other things. ... (0 replies)
... of range it might just be an appropriate response to the high ACTH. ... (31 replies)
... I am in the same boat. I have had a lot of work up and EVERYTHING points to adrenal fatigue. I read a book on it and it seems I am the "perfect" candidate for it. ... (1 replies)
... Hi melody. Hypothyroidism can cause a lot of symptoms. Below is a list, you can have any combination of symptoms. ... (10 replies)
... I'm not sure if I have a thyroid problem, but it's definitely possible. My endo mentioned testing my thyroid. I'm still waiting for the results of my bloodwork to come back. I think the main thing they're testing is my cortisol level. Then I suppose whatever the tests show, we'll go from there. ... (10 replies)


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