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... ydrocortisone is a great drug for addisons. I was recently diagnosed with addisons and trust me it sucks. just make sure you take ur meds everyday otherwise your adrenal fatigue will catch up with you. ... (20 replies)
... please let me know the name and number of the doctor that you see for your adrenal fatigue. i am so desperate to feel better. ... (20 replies)
... FM for 8 years, and recently diagnosed with Adrenal Insufficiency, via an insulin tolerance test. ... (20 replies)

... yr old recently took Adrenal Stress Index due to chronic fatigue. ... (20 replies)
... That is the question you need answered. In my case, I believe adrenal fatigue is the cause of Fibromyalgia, since my symptoms have been relieved by taking hydrocortisone. Granted it hasn't helped completely, but some. ... (88 replies)
... dose hydrocortisone to give you any relief? ... (88 replies)
... I tried IsoCort under supervision of a Naturopath. Isocort contains "roughly" the equiv. of 2.5 mg. of hydrocortisone per pellet, derived from glandulars. It contains other stuff as well. ... (8 replies)
... I have been dx with adrenal fatigue and chronic fatigue. I have been taking hydrocortisone in physiological doses 4 x day. I would like to hear from others who have knowledge or personal experiences with this. ... (4 replies)
... yes your cortisol is low and you should be on some form of steroid such as hydrocortisone, I take 5 mg at 10 am and 10 mg at 1 pm and the range my endo gives me for TSH is .045-4.500 so you are almost hypo which would make you tired. You are borderline IMO. I just looked at my test results online to verify this information so I know its true. my PCP had the numbers wrong as... (2 replies)
... What sent me to the doc in the first place was oral thrush. Pitiful immune system. Started bunches o labs and Diflucan. Started hydrocortisone shortly thereafter. Now taking compounded T3 and armor thyroid as well. Thought the thrush was under control but now started back up again. ... (1 replies)
... I don't really know what to do.. Well I'm 18 and I have all the symptoms of adrenal fatigue. I think it runs in the family because my mom had the same type of problems and actually eventually got dementia and died. ... (0 replies)
... I would definetly go to a good Endocrinoligist and get tested, explain that you've been on cortef in the past and you need to see how your adrenal glands are. I would ask for an ACTH stimulation test. ... (1 replies)
... Hey everyone. I've been taking hydrocortisone for several months now to treat adrenal fatigue. I'm up to 35 mg a day now. ... (0 replies)
... I've been taking hydrocortisone for several months now for adrenal fatigue due to a low thyroid. I'm on 27.5 mg a day and I've noticed that several times I've passed green stools in the bathroom. Should I be concerned? ... (0 replies)
... fungus infection in your intestines. This often happens after repeated antibiotic use and hydrocortisone promotes the growth of fungus as well. ... (20 replies)
... mg of DHEA is very conserative. It will take the DHEA several weeks to kick in, and the hydrocortisone will take some time as well. Many people don't see an improvement for many months. ... (20 replies)
... I manage to go to work. I'm hoping that the medication will level me out before I get to the point of shutting down completely. Today was the first day taking hydrocortisone and DHEA so I'm anxious to see how I feel and whether it makes a difference. My doctor told me that my levels were too low to try licorice. ... (20 replies)
... developing cushings. I did not get a chance to check the whole insert. But, I have read of asthma inhalers causing secondary AI as well by means of suppressing adrenal function from chronic use. ... (12 replies)
... Well, I have another set of confirmed conditions. I am officially adrenal insufficient with adrenal fatigue. My IM gave me the results of my adrenal function testing and went over them in detail. The nurse had told me that the cortisol was normal.. and ACTH high.. well actually... ... (12 replies)
... If you receive an early diagnosis of Addison's disease, treatment may involve taking prescription corticosteroids. Because your body isn't producing sufficient steroid hormones, your doctor may have you take one or more hormones to replace the deficiency. Cortisol is replaced using hydrocortisone (Cortef), prednisone or cortisone. Fludrocortisone (Florinef) replaces... (3 replies)


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