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... Hello there, I've also been recently diagnosed with mild hypothyroidism. My doctor started me on the lowest dosage of levothyroxine (25mcg) but it just wasn't enough so he doubled that to 50mcg and will check my levels in a couple of months. I started to take a Food Rich Women's Multi that has a lot of important nutrients for those who have Hypothyroidism. It has... (3 replies)
... I have Addisons over 26 years ,5 years ago I added Hypothyroidism to the list I take Cortisone Acetate 25mg for the Addisons and Synthroid 75 mcg for the Hypothyroidism and also going thru menopause. ... (0 replies)
... Hello, I have been diagnosed with Addison's disease when I was 15 (I am now 22) and a few years later I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism. I would say that the replacement therapy is working fairly well for me, even though my mental state is not what it used to be. I generally feel "foggy" and I used to be quite depressed, although I am much better now. I have low energy... (3 replies)

... Also, my Dad has vitiligo, and my mom has hypothyroidism and is borderline diabetic. ... (0 replies)
... Hello, how are you going now? Did you change your diet? Find something that works for you? I am still waiting to see my Endo post diagnosis (he just liaised with my GP to get me started on meds etc, I guess being diagnosed over the Christmas period wasn't ideal), but if I find out any information to further add to this thread I will be sure to add it for you all :) ... (3 replies)
... Protein has helped me with the brain fog. Also, make sure you're not taking too much of the steroid! Too much can give you brain fog as well. (3 replies)
... Just thought I'd take a minute to say a quick hello. I've been experiencing frighteningly similar symptoms to you for about two years now - constipation, fatigue, sensitivity to the cold, abdominal pain/bloating/distension, the lot. As with yourself, however, I don't seem to have any signs of hyperpigmentation. I've also lost about 12kg in two months and been experiencing... (5 replies)
... 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. So I will start off with a bit about me. I'm 21 years old, currently in Ontario, Canada. I have been diagnosed with Major Depression (2011),... (4 replies)
... Thank you for the suggestion! I'll check it out! (5 replies)
... My husband has Addison's Disease and hypothyroidism and that site is dead on with its recommendations on tests and possible diagnosis for some odd symptoms that most doctors don't consider with adrenal issues. ... (5 replies)
... ears. It all started when I began to gain a large amount of weight at the age of 8 without changing my diet or amount of exercise. I was diagnosed that year with hypothyroidism and was put on medication that resolved that issue over the course of about 4 years. My levels were spot on as well as my weight and growth develpment. ... (5 replies)
... I have been going through ALOT for quite some time now. Primary had no idea. Just started with an endo.Until now its just been putting out fires & quit work. Knew something seriously wrong but unknown. Not diagnosed with Addisons as of yet but being tested. Let me try and make this as short as possible. 49yrs if age Adrenal tumor ( 2.7 over year ago. Not taken serious)... (2 replies)
... Hi Joey, My name is Amber I am 99% sure I have Addisons and or Addisonian Crisis. I have been self medicating for about 5 years naturally using an adrenal complex called Adrenal Caps by a company called Solaray, but I take A LOT of them in a day which is why I am sending you this reply. I have talked to 2 different doctors and they dismiss my symptoms and told me even if I... (18 replies)
... Hmmm...I have hypothyroidism. Diagnosed in 2000. My mom has it and my sister who is much older than me, 78, I'm 58, had hers removed as a teenager (or mom did at the drs advice). Hopefully seeing the endo will really help figure it all out. Good luck, let us know plz, cathy (3 replies)
... HI, I am 38 and have Hypothyroidism. I recently had a cortisol test and my initial results came back at a level of 210. I was told that the normal range was 150 - 650 ( or thereabouts ) and as my test was at 9am these levels should be much higher. I have been refereed to see a hormone specialist but am just curious to know if anyone had an initial level of 210 at peak... (3 replies)
... egards to borderline hypothyroidism I would suggest you get checked out very regularly as you have a lot of the classic symptoms of this I have both addisons and hypothyroidism so know the symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... I'm on this journey as well. Failed my cortisol test, going in for ACTH Stim on Friday. I knew I had adrenal fatigue (which I've been working diligently to heal via diet, lifestyle, and supplements for 6+ months and still failed the cortisol test), but didn't really know how bad. I am overweight as well. Gained 30lbs after a pretty stressful event (not DURING, but... (2 replies)
... Hi, Iím hoping some people can hopefully give me some advice please regarding treatment. My history: Iím 30, diagnosed with secondary adrenal insufficiency via an insulin tolerance test. I have borderline low hypothyroidism, low prolactin. No cysts. I am 40kg, 5ft tall so I am very petite. I currently take hydrocortisone after each meal 8am-4mg, 12m-4mg, 3.30pm-4mg, 8pm- 3... (1 replies)
... Your serum cortisol on ACTH should double or more at 60 minutes. Usually, in primary adrenal insufficiency the ACTH is high, in attempt to stimulate the adrenals, similar to a high TSH in hypothyroidism. So I think you do have Addison's but it seems your pituitary may be sluggish as well in its ACTH production. I would want to get a full pituitary panel to look at the rest of... (5 replies)
... I am a 28 year old male who was diagnosed with Addison's Disease about two years ago. I also have hypothyroidism and the occasional psoriasis flair up. The AD is well managed except for the occasional problem with low blood sugar which is easy enough to fix. ... (1 replies)

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