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... th less side affects. the body breaks it down easier because it is a naturally occuring hormone and puts it to use quicker. that is how my new endo explained it. as for my old endo who prescribed prednisone and really didn't care that i would need a liver transplant 10 to 15 years down the road can you say fired.. ... (8 replies)
... i have experienced good things with those. as well as ginger for stomach problems. ... (9 replies)
... This is the first time I've heard of cortef causing memory loss. I don't take as much as you do (20 mg in am and 5 mg in pm) but I don't sense significant memory loss and any lapses I do have I attribute to getting old. I hope you're wrong and that there's another cause of your memory loss. I've found that the reaction to cortef and florinef can really vary among person. (9 replies)

... I'm sorry to hear you have not been feeling well. I'm not sure how to answer your questions, but I do have a question for you, as I've been having similar problems. It was discovered through MRI three months ago that I had a tumor on my pituitary of 5mm in size. ... (5 replies)
... n they check my BP they tell me it is high with tachicardia, the fatigue is so draing. and the depression is hitting me hard at this rate i will lose my good man as well as its putting pressure on our relationship the last thing i can handle is losing the love of my good man.... ... (7 replies)
... how low is your B12 as this can be very dangous if left untreated and when they tested you for this was you taking folic acid tablets as this gives a false reading which makes your levels a alot higher so your b12 could be a hell of a lot lower? ... (6 replies)
... to manage. If you do have Adrenal Insufficiency, you will learn that you have to pay extra close attention to both your physical health and mental well being. As you probably know, the adrenal glands are responsible for producing cortisol, the hormone necessary to fight any stress in your body... ... (5 replies)
... Thank you so much, Mollie. I feel so alone in this sometimes, so I appreciate your response. As far as the extra cortisol, it is a two edged sword. The more cotisol I take the more it feeds the thrush, and the worse the thrush the more I need the cortisol. ... (2 replies)
... so it is pretty harmless as far as side effects go. I say it's worth a try! ... (2 replies)
... rested when I wake up....and what wakes me up is my need for cortisone. I take hydrocortisone and a wondering if i ought to take a little prednisone before bed, as it's longer acting. ... (3 replies)
... I take other drugs as well. ... (0 replies)
... something! My endo decided to do an MRI of my pituitary gland and brain. The MRI came back normal. She also ordered a pelvic ultrasound and that came back normal as well. She simply diagnosed me with premature ovarian failure and didn't believe my hypothyroidism is connected to my ovarian problems. ... (0 replies)
... immune and would even go so far as to say that the temporal arteritis and polymyalgia rheumatica are no longer a problem for her! ... (7 replies)
... if anyone could give me some suggestions as to what they think i have, that would be amazing. ... (0 replies)
... if anyone could give me some suggestions as to what they think i have, that would be amazing. ... (0 replies)
Sep 12, 2011
... Yeah electrolytes are really fluctuating can't seem to get them under control. Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, and Chloride, as well as High Lymphocytes and Low RBC's with B12 deficiency. (7 replies)
... Thank you all SOO much for your responses! I have been trying to do as much research into all of this as possible! I've found this healthboard to be the most help so far! Knowing what particular tests to ask for is such a huge help! Thanks again! ... (7 replies)
... diseases after being diagnosed with Addisons. It just depends on what the person is predisposed to and other medical issues they have. If the steroids are taken as prescribed, life should be somewhat normal. ... (6 replies)
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... Hi, I am new as well. My last cortisol tests were done, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. ... (2 replies)

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