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... How do the the adrenal's tie into hypothalamus problems.. or do they? ... (1 replies)
... I have not had any cortisol tests done at all... basically only my TSH, Free T4 and TRH have been tested, and the TRH is VERY low, indicating a hypothalamus problem. ... (1 replies)
... I wish there was something as "simple" as a pregnancy that would kick his hypothalamus into gear! ... (1 replies)

... Hi Everyone. I wanted to share my symptoms with you and see if anyone is suffering from the same type of symptoms and issues. About 6 -7 months, I started to feel the first weird symptoms, they were very subtle but I did notice them. The first symptoms were slight trouble with remembering things or recalling things from memory. Nothing, major just a slight annoyance.... (0 replies)
... day. Now the doctor is suggesting POTS or disautonomia for him, or secondary adrenal insufficiency, stemming from pituitary or Hypothalamus problems. Hope this answers your questions. Thanks for answering MY post! ... (11 replies)
... I'm thinking I may have addisons. It's already been determined that I have hypogonadism due to secondary causes. I am going to a neurologist in july because my doc thinks there may be a problem with my hypothalamus. I have a LOT of the symptoms of addrenal insufficiency, and I don't think it's a far stretch to think that I have another problem with my addrenal levels. I'm... (1 replies)
... I don't know what your problems are but lack of sleep can also cause these symptoms. Sleep originates from your hypothalamus, the region which also stimulates the pituitary to produce cortisol. ... (10 replies)
... CORTISOL. Low cortisol is a major clue. All you need now is to determine if it is primary or secondary adrenal failure. Primary adrenal failure means that your adrenals are defective. Secondary adrenal failure means that your pituitary in not sending ACTH, which drives the adrenals to make cortisol. Low cortisol is best detected with a "24-Hour Urinary Free Cortisol" test. ... (9 replies)
... IM THIRTY YEARS OLD, I HATE GOING TO THE DOCTOR'S, AND HAVN'T HAD MUCH WRONG WITH ME BUT I.B.S., UNTILL 3 MONTHS AGO I HAD SOME SERIOUS STOMACH PROBLEMS THAT I THOUGHT WAS JUST MY I.B.S. ... (1 replies)
... There is the CRH stim test, which takes a step back in the feedback look and makes the Pit think the Hypothalamus is giving a big order for Cortisol, but it's not a very popular test and I doubt my Endo would go for it. ... (45 replies)
... Dear Van, I just looked back at another of your posts in which your ACTH was VERY elevated, and your cortisol doesn't go up to double what it was when it started. I wonder whether you might have problems with both the pituitary AND the adrenal glands, OR the system above all of them -- the Hypothalamus? Some of the labs make you look to have pituitary problems, others... (24 replies)
Cushing's
Dec 20, 2004
... c of thyroid problems and how the pituitary, hypothalamus and thyroid all work together. ... (6 replies)




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