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... I've seen something called Raw Adrenal, Adrenal Support Plus, and a few others out there that boast that they specifically help the adrenal glands.. I'd love to get some opinions on any of this from someone that has experience. ... (10 replies)
... soluble B vitamins that are important for many physiological functions. ... (13 replies)
... years! I started taking it after reading about several studies done in the UK and Australia regarding DHEA and adrenal insufficient patients. Every single person who took it had a renewed sense of stamina and decreased feelings of depression. ... (10 replies)

... I've been taking a glandular adrenal supplement for over a year and it has helped me greatly. ... (10 replies)
... take it. But then I am OK. I don't know what effect it will have on the Lyme. We are not suppose to take steriods, but, at this point I'm gonna end up losing all adrenal function if I don't take the Cortef. ... (10 replies)
... I just wanted to jump in to let you guys know what I have been doing for adrenal fatigue. I had a tremendous amount of stress and then was in a car accident 4 years ago, plus a lot of other things. ... (20 replies)
... Can Adrenal Burnout or Low Thyroid cause these problems? ... (1 replies)
... Tyrosine, magnesium, calcium, potassium, and adrenal glandular extract. ... (9 replies)
... Regardless of Wilson's support of his own products, the book really seems to advocate healthy eating, healthy excercise and stress control as the ultimate source of "cure". But... ... (11 replies)
... Hello Sarah! Don't worry about the name thing - I knew who you meant! :) The Cortef is what is making me gain weight, which is a sore spot for me! :( The DHEA hasn't, but it really does make me feel the closest to normal that I have felt in years! How is the Cortef and DHEA doing for you now? Are you feeling remotely better? I sure hope so! And I hope your son... (10 replies)
... Hi Sarah! I'm glad to hear that you are on the Cortef, though I hope it doesn't complicate things with Lyme's Disease. Are you doing better on it, or is it too soon to tell? I take OTC DHEA. I didn't know there is prescription DHEA. I wonder if it is better, and how it would be? Is the dosing different, I wonder? I'm sorry the diet didn't work for you. It was pretty... (10 replies)
... MaryAnn, how have you been doing? Haven't conversed with you in a while. I took the preg. for a month but the Endo didn't feel that it improved my symptoms enough, and the new no sugar, no flour, no rice, no noodle, no ECT. diet caused me to lose too much weight. so I started taking the Cortef last Friday, and he gave me a prescription for compunded DHEA, but I haven't gotten... (10 replies)
... what's the best brand of Dhea to get and where to get it from? (10 replies)
... Hi Maryann, You are taking DHEA and are a female. How long have you been taking it? I have been told by my Dr. about it but am scared to try it for fear of the male hormone in it. My hormones levels are both very low so what happens when I have male and not female ones? Now won't that surprise my husband.:blob_fire Have you experienced any negative side effects? I... (10 replies)
... Wonderful response.. I think I'll try this then If I take two a day that is 13mg of DHEA plus the vitamin concentration that supposedly is geared towards our problem. (10 replies)
... Have you tried DHEA? It has made quite a difference for me! From the moment I took the first pill (25mg), I had so much energy I was irritable. Next time I took just 12.5mg and noticed an increase in mood and energy without the irritation. I now take 12.5mg twice a day unless I am exercising, where I take the whole 25mg just before the work out. I also take 2000mg of... (10 replies)
... found it really exhausting to deal with. So I've read the CDC definitions of the conditions and I've read practical "how to manage your life, sensible diet and vitamins and energy, time management" guides and avoided digging into the really extreme and strange things out there that I've sort of seen the edges of. ... (9 replies)
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Sep 28, 2007
... I am hypothyroid, adrenal fatigue, perimenopause, fibromyalgic and chronic myofascail pain. ... (3 replies)
Dial's Progress
Jun 29, 2007
... o by the lab reference numbers and don't take into consideration anything else including how you are feeling. Is your new doc going to do a saliva test for your adrenal function? ... (4 replies)

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