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... anxiety, missing menstrual periods, headaches. We've been to pediatric endocrinologist who did bloodwork and ultrsound of ovaries, and, PCOS but ultrasound showed no cysts on ovaries. No acne or facial hair either. ... (2 replies)
... back to cancer fears. At 31, my life has become consumed by waiting for my labs results and waiting until I can go see a new specialist. I know I have a lot of anxiety about this, but could that explain why my T levels would drop that much? ... (1 replies)
... Assuming either Endocrinologist or a Urologist? ... (0 replies)

... mind fog, and erectile issues. The doctors I saw chocked it up to anxiety disorder, and never checked my hormone levels. ... (13 replies)
... ing tests and said my lungs were functioning properly! So he then told me to do a blood test, which I did and got low testosterone! My doctor told me to go to an endocrinologist for further help. ... (0 replies)
... I'm a college student. For the past 2 years I've been getting a bunch of terrible symptoms which have been increasing in intensity - the major ones being insomnia, migraines, heart palpitations, jerks while trying to sleep, hair loss, anxiety-like episodes, and terrible menstrual cramps. (In other words, symptoms that are shared with low iron, hyper/hypothyroid issues,... (1 replies)
... Hi, I am 30/M. I had a number of issues that led me to ask my doctor to test my testosterone level. The first time it was tested the level was about 100. The second time a few months later it was a little over 200. It somehow doubled, and I don't know how or why. In between those two testing, I saw an endocrinologist. She was very young and seemed uncomfortable discussing... (3 replies)
... Please for your own good, find another primary doctor. And I don't think it would hurt to see an endocrinologist either. It's sad to say that a lot of doctors these days just don't "get" it, you know what I mean? ... (5 replies)
... I take B12, D3 and Mag every day. I sure hope it is either a Testosterone or Thyroid problem. My old primary doc keeps telling me it is anxiety and depression, however I am not depressed or anxious about anything. He kept telling me that I am and I just don't know it. HOW RIDICULOUS IS THAT? ... (5 replies)
... f a couple symptoms, you sound just like me! I have suffered from low testosterone for years, but my health declined when I stopped a med that was controlling my anxiety a bit. Anyways back to you. ... (5 replies)
... Obviously, my Adrenal Glands are struggling. I wonder how my anxiety and stress come into play. ... (3 replies)
... I have no motivation, fatigue, depression and anxiety to name a few. I went to an endocrinologist because I thought my symptoms could be contributed to hypothyroidism. ... (0 replies)
Cushing's syndrome
Apr 13, 2012
... I'm not a doctor but I think that is possible with pituitary tumours especially, which she probably has. Surely she should rule that out by first starting with a prolactin blood test, and then if the reading is above normal, following that up with a CT scan or MRI. (I don't like CT scans myself because they expose people to far too much radiation but they are cheaper than... (1 replies)
Cushing's syndrome
Mar 25, 2012
... My wife seems to have Cushing's syndrome that stems from the pituitary gland according the endocrinologist after taking a blood test, cortisol blood test, 24-hour urine, 2 separate saliva tests and 2 more blood tests (for ACTH). The last one shows high ACTH and the others have very high cortisol. The next test is an MRI of the brain. Is it possible that due to high stress,... (1 replies)
... I feel so sad when reading postings like this. I hope you're aware that some anti-psychotics will raise your prolactin levels. Many will also "cause" pituitary tumours to grow, so if you're taking these things and feel you aren't seriously mentally ill, get off of them ASAP! Many will also raise your triglycerides so high that you will be a huge candidate for a heart... (15 replies)
... later, I decided to switch jobs which meant A LOT more commuting time and meant I couldn't hit the gym so much. I started to feel the depression coming back and anxiety and I was starting to feel tired again. My last blood test showed increased LH and DSH levels and a Testosterone level of 7. ... (0 replies)
... really? sometimes I can't sleep!! What kind of doctor did you see and was the hormone test a blood test? Did you see an Endocrinologist? Thanks! (4 replies)
... depression, insomnia, fatigue, dark patches on my face, hair loss, night sweats, loss of libido, and hot flashes. In the summer of 2010, I couldn't handle the anxiety and depression any longer and went to see my GP. ... (0 replies)
... For many years, 15 or more, I've noticed that have been a low energy person. I could do what I wanted, but I yawned more than most, and maybe needed a little longer to recover. But for the last 4 years or so, I've noticed a steady decline in energy and mental clarity. And for the last year, it's really been bad. I stopped going to the gym because it would just lay me out.... (6 replies)
... Me too. I had to go to an endocrinologist before it was found. Some labs aren't all that swift if you catch my meaning. I knew what was wrong but the labs kept coming back normal. NOT. ... (8 replies)


Associated Tags: adrenal fatigue, brain fog, estrogen dominance, fatigue, heart racing, hormonal imbalance, low, low-t, pcos, pituitary, slurred speech, testosterone, thyroid, young adult

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