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... I have PCOS, hypothyroid being treated, and have had high levels of DHEA in my labs for years. My prior endo doc thought it was one of the symptoms of PCOS. I have had an MRI of my adrenals twice over 5 years to rule out any tumors on my adrenals and they came back negative. ... (0 replies)
... I found out that I had high DHEA levels a couple of weeks ago. My Dr. ... (6 replies)
... I've been posting the same question about high DHEA. I'm a 43 yo woman. I went to the doctor thinking I had a thyroid issue. ... (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)
... I would like to discuss some symptoms that my family is having. ... (7 replies)
... Just like you I have obvious thyroid symptoms. I also have TSH, T3 and T4 within range. I even have high DHEA combined with high cortisol. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you again for your reply. Wow, it really helps finding people who have the same struggles as you do....I have lost friends over this. They think I'm "crazy" bc I have been to so many doctors and I don't believe what they say. Sorry....I almost had a heartattach bc went off of my potassium supplements and my level was 2.7. and doctor told me to go off my medicine. ( and... (7 replies)
... d I understand it well. I was almost dead one year ago and now I'm thriving. You can too. By the way, I'm finding that although people with this disease have had symptoms of the disease for years before a major stress on their body, a major stress event can trigger the disease to become aggressive. ... (7 replies)
... You could be suffering from partial of total failure on both parts of your adrenal gland. Do a search on the web for Schmidt's Sydrome. I'm sure that you will be able to relate to the information that you find. Schmidt's Syndrome is an autoimmune disease which effects the endorcrine organs. Ask your doctor to check you for it. If the test comes back negative it does not mean... (7 replies)
... My early morning cortisol is half of the lowest figure considred normal and then it goes very low for rest of day but my DHEA is just above normal. ... (4 replies)
... I have very similar symptoms and I'm looking for a diagnosis. ... (3 replies)
... I have symptoms of hypothyroid. ... (4 replies)
... Hi all, I'm new here. I'd like to give my opinion. Van, your testosterone looks low. Was that a free or total test? Was LH and FSH done? Your cortisol saliva being below range for half the day, looks to me like your adrenals are very fatigued. Ask your doc for an ACTH stimulation test. If you get cortisol replacement that might bring down your DHEAS. "TSH 1.32... (5 replies)
... F. Life isnt fun and somtimes l think lm going crazy, depression, mental fog. My symptoms continue to get worse. ... (5 replies)
... Ever since then I have been struggling with symptoms of hypo and high cortisol such as cold extremities, rapid hear beating before bed etc. ... (1 replies)
High potassium
Aug 26, 2010
... We could be twins! I had many of the symptoms you desribed before I was diagnosed with Secondary Adrenal Insufficiency. ... (10 replies)
... Typically someone would have high cortisol low DHEAS or vice versa. AND if someone had high TSH they would have low Free T4 or vice versa. ... (1 replies)
... Hi there...I know how frustrating it is to not get answers. I have been suffering too. With high DHEA, very low potassium, high renin and aldosterone. ... (6 replies)
... In medicine, there are no absolutes. You don't always have every symptom of a disease, or you may have other symptoms unrelated to or not usually associated with a disease. ... (3 replies)
... rbed into your cells, you need to have healthy adrenals. A lot of doctors don't realise that. What happens when you add T3 is your blood work will come back with high T3 and you will still feel like crap. The T3 will be pooling in your blood. And then, after doing this, you add some form of cortisol WHAMO... ... (15 replies)

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