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... Night sweats are associated with low cortisol and low thyroid. ... (14 replies)
... Have you looked into Lyme Disease? Go on the Lyme board and look at the symptoms and post your ? there. The night sweats and tremors are major symptoms of Lyme disease and/or Babesiosis a co-infection of Lyme. There are many of us on the board that have secondary adrenal Insuf. due to Lyme. It destroys the adrenals and the thryroid. And causes alot of neurological problems.... (14 replies)
... drastic weight loss, heart palpitations, and near total fatigue. After many blood draws, ct scans, MRIs, etc. a simple cortisol level test showed me dangerously low in adrenal function and that was confirmed with the ACTH stimulation test. ... (14 replies)

... rare night sweats, and not as metally sharp. ... (0 replies)
... I have included how I think each question is related to hormones. Remember a single test can be normal but all hormones are pulsed so one test isnt diagnostic of anything. Of course each symptom can also be related to other disease activity so one or two aren't particularly diagnostic either. Many together start to make the pattern more clear. 1. Do you wake up in the... (8 replies)
... Im hypothyrid and I keep loosing weight to. Some people just loose weight rather than gain it and I have no idea why. I also have 2 friends who are hypo and they have lost weight to. (3 replies)
... on and off nausea, drenching night sweats and left quadrant abdominal pain. I also have times where I feel dizzy and short of breath and sometimes have heart palps. ... (3 replies)
... te would jump up to 170 beats a minute. If I did attempt to stand my blood pressure would plummet. My stomach hurt, blood was in my stool and vomit. I had severe night sweats. I was cold and shaky all the time and my vision was doing strange things. ... (20 replies)
... tounding improvement to my life. However, there were a bunch of symptoms that didn't disappear, and became clearer to identify once those associated with lack of cortisol had gone. ... (2 replies)
... her spots. This started 4 years ago and since then I have had a battery of tests, most of which were normal until recently. The tests that weren't normal were my cortisol and blood sugar levels. The doctors did an ACTH stimulation test in 2008 but did the test wrong so the results were useless. ... (10 replies)
... e had ever seen. I did an oral glucose tolerance test and my one hour level was only 55! I went to the endo and he noticed that my skin is dark and he checked my cortisol level which was low. ... (6 replies)
... hrough, and how they handled it. I've read that higher estrogen and progesterone levels in the latter half of the cycle block cortisol's effects in women so low cortisol is often the the cause of PMS.. so it would make sense to increase cortisone for the week before menstruation. Right? ... (0 replies)
Question
Dec 2, 2004
... WoW, thanks for your input..Thats how I get when I take my thyroid meds a mixture between hypo and hyper. As a mater of fact since Ive been on thyroid meds my low blood sugar has gotten worse Ive gained more weight as a matter of fact everything has gotten worse except the muscle weakness that cleared up.Thats why Im so strongly leaning toward the adrenline thing and I cant... (6 replies)
Question
Dec 1, 2004
... much of the time you have "adrenal sufficiency". It's only when you get stressed, like getting the flu, or a bad day at work that your body can't produce enough cortisol to satisfy the need and so leads to a spiraling down into fatigue, depression and the arrival of weird symptoms. Otherwise, you are pretty much normal. ... (6 replies)
... I went to the endo, and he basically said that he believes my cortisol levels are elevated because of all of my antidepressants and mood stabilizer and my depression, and he didn't think treating the high cortisol would help me. ... (2 replies)
... eel so much better on the right regimen without tons more testing. Just be seeing a knowledgeable hormonal Dr in your area that would start you on a low dose of cortisol for most of the problems you've shared thus far. ... (3 replies)
... She's also ordering me a 24 hour urine test and some blood work that I think might test for Cortisol levels also. ... (0 replies)
Symptoms
Feb 28, 2009
... Once stressed, you will then have insufficient cortisol in your blood and the symptoms will show up. ... (4 replies)
... Fatigue, sweaty palms, morning back ache, night sweats and variations in energy levels all sound like adrenal insufficiency. I don't think the saliva test is very useful. ... (2 replies)
... truly believed there was something deeper than just simple anxiety . He was excited to find the blood results come back with some abnormalities pertaining to low cortisol levels. ... (4 replies)


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