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... 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)
... ave severe androgen deficiency, including decreased testosterone, free testosterone, androstenedione and DHEAS. Medications that suppress ovarian function, such as oral contraceptives, and those that suppress adrenal function, including glucocorticoids, also reduce androgen levels in women. ... (5 replies)
... lesions that are believed to be benign. My Rheumy ordered the test and I don't see her 'til August, so I imagine she'll send me to an Endo, if not, I'll insist, as I want my libido tested. ... (5 replies)

... for it, even though it is something that we weren't prepared for, it makes it so much better to accept rather than living with the unknown and pulling at straws as to how to treat it. It looks as if you may have your life back, one that you can manage and overcome the obstacles that come before you. ... (85 replies)
... You mentioned fatigue, poor sleep and loss of periods. Are there other symptoms as well? ... (1 replies)
... Carrie, Thanks so much for sharing what you've experienced with me. I have not tried anyone other than MDs. Unfortunately, if my insurance won't cover them, I won't be able to go because we're really having enough trouble just trying to buy food at the moment. However, I will definitely check into it and find out what options are available to me with my insurance... (12 replies)
... You need to see someone reputable, which may be difficult, as the alternative medicine field has a lot of weirdo's. Find someone with a lot of credentials and who went to a reputable school. ... (12 replies)
... As I was reading about the symptoms you described having, I've had similar symptoms as well. I've listed them below so you can compare them to yours. ... (26 replies)
... Being on too much cortef can sometimes make potassium low and give you other weird symptoms as well. ... (1 replies)
... I haven't had a ton of luck finding articles from here in the US about the ITT. I want to see what some other well known hospitals have as their cut off for cotrisol and growth hormone levels. Hopefully I will find something! ... (15 replies)
... and supportive doctor I've seen yet, and I know he's trying to hurry up the process of diagnosing me, but sheesh. My initial appointment was over two hours long as it covered my entire history and twenty pages of questions, with my doctor and I carefully going over each question. ... (6 replies)
... t with steroids but things were really exacerbated after steroid use. It makes me wonder if the process of coming off of steroids really stimulates ACTH release as it should to turn the adrenal back on after suppression, but then it turns on an already present tumor that then has trouble turning off again. ... (9 replies)
... I'm scared to take anything thyroid meds, as I've heard that you are on them for life once you start. Would you take something like Armour for Adrenal probems or is it just Thyroid? ... (6 replies)
... fludrocortisone perday at once i have Triple A syndrome a very rare syndrome as well as i think th espelling ois Raynes syndrome which all counter each other and also work together so i think everything is set the way it should be. ... (4 replies)
Craftlady
Nov 17, 2004
... I had an apt. myself with our DO, and took her some things as explanation as to why I wanted Trav to have an adrenal antibodies test. He's going in Tuesday, and she said she will do it! ... (7 replies)
... re fatigue, muscle aching, muscle weakness, muscle burning, 20 pound weight loss, yawning, sensitivity to smell, intermittent joint pains and swelling. Hair loss as well as VERY VERY low BP and temperature.White cells are slightly elevated between 10. ... (1 replies)
... but at that time, i was under replaced and as you pointed out, i still am not up to par yet! ... (16 replies)
... one either next year or the following, the prolactin level has been the dictating factor for those. I too was surprised that my cortisol level started out at 19 as other cortisol levels I've had were in the lower end of the "normal range". ... (1 replies)
Finally!
Sep 16, 2004
... I kept getting called back to that book as in my opinion it was the most up to date and best written of all the ones I've read. ... (5 replies)
TAEMom
Aug 6, 2004
... e asthma and began treatment with relatively low dose inhaled steroids. Not too long after that, he began having what we thought were a lot of stomach viruses, as compared to his twin sister, and he frequently complained of nausea in the AM. He also seemed to require much more sleep than she did. ... (2 replies)


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