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Please help my dad
Aug 28, 2003
... walking. Had pins and needles mostly in right leg and general weakness in both. 5th Nov.2002 attended Neuro surgeon again and as at this time muscle twitching had developed in the calf muscle of the right leg and hands were shaking, he advised him to see a neurologist. own G.P. ... (1 replies)
Am i going mad
Aug 24, 2017
... Hi everyone. I will do my best here to explain this. As even writing this is pretty exhausting. To say I don't feel well physically is an understatement. ... (0 replies)
... I'm on this journey as well. Failed my cortisol test, going in for ACTH Stim on Friday. ... (2 replies)

... t be dismissed as just a result of having gastric bypass done, a nutrient deficiency is likely to be the real cause, which can be treated. ... (2 replies)
... efore menopause and was really overweight. PCOS caused diabetes, because no one ever explained what it meant or treated it. And I know it stresses adrenal glands as well as an INTENSELY stressful career in design and advertising. So I truly think I may have just worn those poor glands OUT! ... (5 replies)
... efore menopause and was really overweight. PCOS caused diabetes, because no one ever explained what it meant or treated it. And I know it stresses adrenal glands as well as an INTENSELY stressful career in design and advertising. So I truly think I may have just worn those poor glands OUT! ... (5 replies)
... I do remember that I felt better while taking DHEA. Can't exactly put my finger on what it was, but better. Then again, could've been something else as I've tried many different supplements. ... (13 replies)
... as well as digestive problems, blood sugar problems, sleeping problems, mood problems, etc. ... (3 replies)
Addison's Symptoms
Jan 23, 2013
... The Doctor she chooses Needs to be someone who can get her in for an appt. with in a couple of hours in order to get Meds on board as soon as poss. ... (1 replies)
... I've had addison's for 11 years, and in my experience no we dont have to live with fatigue. I cant really compare myself pre and post diagnosis though as I was only 8 at the time and sick leading up to that point, so not cant remember a time without it really. ... (4 replies)
... A great relief I must admit. I'm on Fludrocortisone now as well as the HC. ... (33 replies)
... l subside once you start Fludrocortisone. This is a hormone taken by all with Addison's or Adrenal Insufficiency. It enables your body to hold onto sodium. And as for the low blood sugar, well I just forgot to mention this is previous posts. Hypoglycemia is just a given with adrenal problems. ... (10 replies)
... but if you are taking folic acid please make sure you stop takin it a week before the test as it deguises the results and gives faulse readings.... ... (6 replies)
... or caused by other "events" such as a virus, etc. ... (23 replies)
... ink if your not taking the correct amount of cortisol you adding pressure to your body and add to that the anabolic steroids your body could go into crisses. But as you said People do what they want. ... (5 replies)
... So the trauma is embedded deep. I previously did bodybuilding but couldn't add muscle. I did some tests, and got prescriptions to take growth hormone. expensive as hell and takes a long time to see results. ... (5 replies)
... such as Y.S. ... (11 replies)
... I have had a headache for the last month and I do think it seems to go away during the day as long as I eat the olives. ... (4 replies)
... times every year since then. The sleepyness and fatigue continued to get worse.I am always cold too.Even in the summer.That has been going on for as long as I can remember.Sleeping up to 13 hours a day and still being tired.Yawning constantly and just wanted to sleep all the time. ... (5 replies)
... h healthy immune systems who were unfortunate enough to suffer complications from the novel H1N1 flu virus. Some of them are now facing serious lung issues such as scarring and recurring infections. The problem with this virus is that we have no idea who will suffer complications and who will not. ... (18 replies)


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