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... low thyroid can cause heart palpitations. ... (9 replies)
... Frequent urination, heart palpitations, anxiety and low blood sugar maybe be symptoms of a more serious nature than just adrenal problems. ... (10 replies)
... I have low cortisol levels and am borderline hypothyroid. Along with this I experience internal shaking. I have this shaky feeling that can cause heart palpitations and a tingling feeling throughout by body. Sometimes it's so bad I can only get a few hours of sleep at night. ... (5 replies)

... t week and I got a phone call today that my calcium was high, so I had to go and get it retested today along with a few other things. So, I am not sure if these heart palpitations are coming from the adrenals now or this calcium. My doctor is now also looking at hyperparathyroid. So, I am confused. ... (3 replies)
... I recently have been found to have damaged adrenals due to stress. The urination problem was my first bad symptom. ... (10 replies)
Licorice Root
Sep 11, 2004
... to supplement adrenals from several sources including "The Mood Cure" by Julia Ross and "Adrenal Fatigue, the 21st Century Stress Syndrome" by James L. Wilson. ... (4 replies)
... Adrenal insufficiency and hyperthyroid share a few symptoms. If your low cortisol is undertreated, then even 1 grain may cause hyper symptoms as the low cortisol is not enough to break down the T3 from the Armour, so the T3 can build up and cause hyper. Every dose increase it takes 6 weeks for the T4 from the Armour to build up and 1 week or less for the T3 in the Armour to... (5 replies)
... stage Lyme Disease, thought I had CFS and fibro. I also am wondering about the heart probs associated with this because Lyme and CFS cause very similar problems. ... (12 replies)
... xperiences with meds in the past. Since my hormones have been out of whack, I have been super sensitive to any meds it seems. Of course, this could be because my adrenals are suppressed. ... (1 replies)
... infection of Lyme. There are many of us on the board that have secondary adrenal Insuf. due to Lyme. It destroys the adrenals and the thryroid. And causes alot of neurological problems. ... (14 replies)
... inhibitors, adding even more stress to the adrenals and tending to make the patient worse in the long run. ... (7 replies)
... and measuring the amount of cortisol, and sometimes aldosterone, the adrenals produce in response. ... (7 replies)
Jan 25, 2013
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Jan 25, 2013
... d veggies that I can keep it at a 4. That and eating every couple hours of course lol. The blood pressure continues to plague me month after month as well as the palpitations and tachycardia. It seems to be some form of a cycle. ... (3 replies)
... oss Primary Hyperaldosteronism and matches most of the severe symptoms I have been having. Primary Hyperaldosteronism symptoms are caused by a small tumor in the adrenals or swollen adrenials.What really caught my eye is that one of the causes of it was Fludrocortisone.I have been taking Fludrocortisone for a very long time. ... (4 replies)
... Would that explain why my ACTH is so high, but my cortisol is adrenals are so insufficient that my pituitary has to produce so much ACTH just to keep the cortisol at a normal level? ... (0 replies)

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