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... between the DHEA and Preg, it has been no more than two months. ... (2 replies)
... ings in common. I am just starting the supplements and found out my t3 is low so will be starting cytomel next week after seeing the naturopathic dr. I ordered isocort online and feel a little funny about taking it but i think i need it. I took prednisone last year for "Lupus" and it made me feel like my old self again. ... (15 replies)
... You use some DHEA supplementation. Max you want to take a day accorning to my MD is 20 mg. You will want to check this with your MD. 10 mg is the starting dose. ... (2 replies)

... t want to mess up the validity of results. I am taking 5 mg pregnenolone MWF, and have been for a month. Prior to that on another drs advice, I was taking 10 mg DHEA MWF, but then decided to go back to Pregnenolone. ... (2 replies)
... My understanding is that Adrenal fatique may or may not turn into Addisons. Evidently you can go decades feeling tired with the Adrenal fatigue. So it is best to do what you can to get better. Check out the lifestyle changes in the book Adrenal Fatigue the 21st Century Stress Syndrome by J Wilson. Its worth doing everything you can (including the isocort) to get feeling... (18 replies)
... I went back to 1.5 and still sick. At this point I had been on the Isocort for approximately 8 weeks. At one point I stopped the Isocort concerned that maybe I wasn't low. ... (0 replies)
... CAN I JUS take isocort were my adrenal is depressed? ... (1 replies)
... I understand the concern about starting on Isocort before getting tested. I'm going to be talking to the dr about getting ACTH, serum cortisol, and DHEA tested prior to starting any type of adrenal support. I'm sure he's going to have input one way or another and he's the one dr I'll listen to. ... (4 replies)
... Everything came back in the "normal" range, except for the cortisol reading at night. She wants me to start on ISOCORT and DHEA supplements, but I'm not sure what I think about that. Any advice would be helpful. ... (0 replies)
... I'm tired from the minute I wake, until the minute I fall asleep. It worse in the evening. I've tried just about every supplement possible. I'm taking Isocort now, along with Vitamin C, B6, B5, Mag, Multi, DHEA, B12, E. ... (22 replies)
... but I would maybe steer clear of things like Isocort until you know for sure what's going on. ... (10 replies)
... was low too. So...without testosterone and DHEA its no wonder I'm still half dead. Those are your AGRESSIVE fighting hormones. You need those to feel like you can take on the world. ... (15 replies)
Adrenal Fatigue
Dec 21, 2004
... Hi Chris: Thank you so much for replying to me, I really appreciate it. I haven't had an ACTH stim test done yet. I'm considering asking my doctor for one. I thought they were done only through an Endo but I noticed that you say Osteopaths do them as well. I've read "Adrenal Fatigue" and I did the Scorecard Matrix by Dr. Rind. Looking at symptoms, I weigh heavily... (2 replies)
Pregenelone?
Nov 25, 2004
... Yeah Chris I am thinking it is time for new dr. I am taking isocort, t3\t4 and DHEA. I do feel better than before, but not normal. I cant kick the fatigue, hair is still coming out and my moods and attitude are terrible. Most of the other symptoms only come out now when I am PMSing. He wants to check progesterone also. So, he pretty much says that I have reached limit of... (1 replies)
... My DHEA is correspondingly low. ... (0 replies)
... hey Sunny!! Glad to hear that you're on the path to recovery! I myself am in the same boat as you- adrenal fatigue, not really addisons. I feel like I may be undertreated- I'm being treated by chiro- sports med (non-m.d)- he is treating me with isocort and DHEA- and a pretty strict diet. I haven't felt any better. My biggest complaint is that when I have any stress in my life... (2 replies)
... Normal cortisol. DHEA high suggesting adrenal hyperfunction and hypoglycemia or a panic disorder. ... (2 replies)




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