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... however, for the past few weeks it has been debilitating. I'm a high school teacher and can only function for the few classes I teach and by the time I get home at 3 I end up on the couch for the rest of the night. ... (2 replies)
... breathing difficulties in Jan 2007. ... (22 replies)
Need some help!
Apr 23, 2004
... The second one was 25. My binding globulins are messed up, so most of my "total" hormones are high or in the upper part of the range...while the "frees" are low or low normal. ... (5 replies)

... An adrenal tumor or Cushings disease causes elevated cortisol levels. ... (9 replies)
... e thing is i have primery addisons, my cortislo steriod levels were normally extremely low vertually non exictent which is why i am so scared now with my steriod levels not just being high but being extremely high for me and my condition which doesnt make sence now... my condion is completely the reverse of what it use to be. ... (7 replies)
... having my pertuity gland checked with a contrast MRI scan in a few weeks time. ... (7 replies)
... of respiratory virus. Then on Sunday I started with some other wierd thing. I actually am wondering if it has something to do with my adrenals, or something else in my endocrine system. It's happened 4 times now. First of all, it seems that I almost always get sick right before I start my period. ... (7 replies)
... It's been a battle ever since this began. Forewarning, my post will be long, and it will likely be difficult to understand in some areas due to my lack of concentration and mental cognitive abilities, but I'll get to that later. ... (3 replies)
... with no current abnormal levels of anything. ... (3 replies)
... Cortisol does not even show up in blood or urine tests even though she is taking a very high doses twice a day. Does anyone know what might cause her to not retain it at all? ... (1 replies)
... ant off all of it. I just want to throw all of it away. Steroids are scary. I am not the same person I used to be and getting rid of stress is not an option I am in a bad marriage and trapped because i cannot be self reliant. ... (5 replies)
... She says I am hypoglycemic and have osteoperosis starting in the hip. ... (0 replies)
... Fatigue, sweaty palms, morning back ache, night sweats and variations in energy levels all sound like adrenal insufficiency. I don't think the saliva test is very useful. ... (2 replies)
... syncopal episodes and I understand that her BP has previously been documented as low. She has a high salt intake as you know and describes salt cravings and intermittent nausea. ... (7 replies)
... It doesn't sound like this dr. knows what he's talking about, the acceptable TSH values have been lowered in the last couple years and he should know this. I don't remember the cutoff but I think a TSH somewhere around 2 is ideal. ... (3 replies)
... I am very concerned because I recently noticed a change in my urine colors. My MD is also board certified in nephrology and keeps dismissing this, suggesting Cushing's instead because of the weight gain. ... (11 replies)
Adrenal Problems
Jul 19, 2005
... e this condition only treated by orthomolecular medicine, which causes my body to produce this substance that binds up both nutrients so they pass out of my body in my urine. You would never be tested for this condition. But you could try a product in the health food store to see if you are deficient in zinc. ... (1 replies)

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