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... and thyroid antibodies tested in addition to the normal panel. They are not usually done but are necessary for a comprehensive view. ... (10 replies)
... In addition to high testosterone, I have elevated DHEA levels too. ... (10 replies)
... I don't really have a lot of answers for you but yes, adrenal problems can cause high testosterone. I'm going through a similar thing...have high testosterone levels and my endocrinologist suspects an adrenal problem. I too had an ultrasound of the ovaries...it was normal, so nothing wrong there. ... (10 replies)

... AM came back high at 35. ... (90 replies)
... and more than anyone that I know with addisons. That is a tremendous amount of meds. I think your also on a very high amount of prednisone too though. Dont quote me on that though as I have never taken pred. I take dexamethesone. I too have had this for almost 28 years I am thirty now. ... (4 replies)
... Hey there, didn't see this here, and been just laying around new years.. nothing to celebrate at the moment. Anyways, I don't think I have much of a dry mouth, and I do try to drink plenty of fluids, but I also noticed after Wednesday trying to exercise that now I am still having problems and I am even starting to urinate a lot again and not hold my water. Does that sound... (37 replies)
... My endo has readily accepted me having a big say in how my addisons will be treated. I am the first women he has written a script for testosterone gel replacement. There are women on other forums using the testosterone replacement. ... (37 replies)
... Thyroidal Antibodies I assume your doc is testing both adrenal antibodies as well as Thyroid antibodies. I couldn't find too much listed on the Adrenal antibodies, but here is a whole list of the Thyroid antibodies! Lots eh? ... (5 replies)
... Pregnancy can send your thyroid into a tailspin and already having Addison's will raise your risk of getting it in the first place. ... (1 replies)




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