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... It's been a battle ever since this began. Forewarning, my post will be long, and it will likely be difficult to understand in some areas due to my lack of concentration and mental cognitive abilities, but I'll get to that later. ... (4 replies)
... so really I was expecting no result or 0.something since it should be lower than 2. It was 5.6? ... (0 replies)
... No my endo didn't mention anything about needing to increase cortisol, and until reading your comment I didn't realise they were antagonists! ... (13 replies)

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... Firstly on a medical and practical level, I don't have the answers you are looking for. I just wanted to give you my love and support. ... (7 replies)
... I have been very poorly over the last 5 months, i had an op that went wrong in which i died and they had to resuscitate me they rushed me to theater where they found over 1.5L of blood in my stomach but they never found where the blood had come from since then i have been so ill.. ... (7 replies)
... You can't diagnose adrenal insufficiency with simple blood tests, you need some kind of stimulation test to determine your maximum cortisol output. I suggest you ask for a visit with an endocrinologist. ... (16 replies)
... I've read that not enough cortisol can cause tsh levels to go up. ... (7 replies)
Hisweetpea
Oct 23, 2007
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Hisweetpea
Oct 22, 2007
... It does seem strange he would put you on hydrocortisone for a month and then expect a stimulation test to show much. ... (7 replies)
... is a medical test performed to assess the functioning of the adrenal glands. Specifically, it is used to diagnose or exclude adrenal insufficiency, Addison's disease and related conditions. ... (7 replies)
... ve needed help for the last three years but recently things are coming to a breaking point. ... (8 replies)
... far more energy, the sense that I can accomplish what I set out to do in a day, and happier. ... (13 replies)
... Addison's.... But your test look normal to me did they do an actual ACTH level. that sometimes is how you can distinguish primary vs secondary. THE ACTH stim tests are more for primary and sometimes really don't tell us much if its not primary. ... (3 replies)
... I have Hashimoto's thyroiditis, Hypogonadism, Osteoarthritis, Malabsorption, joint pain, mostly knees, lower back, and ankles. Very tired all the time, no interest in sex. ... (10 replies)
... od levels not just being high but being extremely high for me and my condition which doesnt make sence now... my condion is completely the reverse of what it use to be. ... (7 replies)
Back Again
Jun 4, 2010
... Also my blood sugar has gone comepletely out of control. I'm around 180 pounds overweight, and despite being on Prednisone have managed to lose 50 pounds using a Swartzbein kind of a diet. ... (0 replies)
... I get the same thing and I supposedly have CFS...but you are sick...same cure fore everything though...light-medium exercise, very healthy diet, give up all stimulants, and get good rest...and take the right supplements...not realy a cure, but these things will help most conditions. (7 replies)
... ut sorted out my IBS problems by cutting out sugar, high GI carbs, yeast, milk but my other symptoms are getting worse!! My fatigue is overwhelming, I don't know how long I can continue work for. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you so much Janet. Again, your words are a great comfort to me. ... (15 replies)


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