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... certain extent to what you're going thru. I'm not on cortisone at present, but taking adrenal glandulars. Prior to being on this supplement i would go to bed and sleep for a couple of hours then be up for a couple or so and then go back to sleep and I'd go on night after night with broken sleep. ... (4 replies)
... Has he had any hormone testing? If he has, I recommend you post them here, include the ranges. Many times the answer lies with hormones, but most doctors are not trained to seek out answers that way, but to treat symptoms with drugs. Take your son to an osteopath as they are very good at find out causes and treating the the causes instead of symptoms. Osteopaths are... (2 replies)
... dull headaches, etc. Initially I began to just take a little prednisone for my evening dose as I was waking up a lot in the middle of the night with symptoms of low steroid, and prednisone would enable me to sleep longer through the night. So long story short, I was not doing well at all on hydrocort. ... (0 replies)

... p by 5am needing cortisol. So I started to take the last dose around 10pm, which gets me through to 6am. The problem is that I have a difficult time getting to sleep after taking the prednisone at 10. I only take 1.5 mg which I don't think is too much.... since I'm still waking up 8 hours later in need. ... (1 replies)
Nov 18, 2003
... From what I've read it can be a sign of too much cortisol, but I haven't found anything about sleep habits with too low cortisol. ... (2 replies)
Mar 24, 2008
... The low LH and FSH may be a pituitary problem. ... (6 replies)
... Addison's, but especially this sleep deprivation. And my doc is not much help. ... (7 replies)
... if anyone has any ideas how to put on weight....I'd love to hear. I am very hypoglycemic and so need to eat every few hours, so my low weight certainly is NOT from lack of calories. ... (4 replies)
... lethargic, and needs to sleep. I called the doctors last night, and I am waiting for a call back this morning.,I was wondering, is it possible to have periods of low cortisol? ... (12 replies)
... I have low cortisol levels and am borderline hypothyroid. Along with this I experience internal shaking. ... (5 replies)
... I get the same thing and I supposedly have CFS...but you are sick...same cure fore everything though...light-medium exercise, very healthy diet, give up all stimulants, and get good rest...and take the right supplements...not realy a cure, but these things will help most conditions. (7 replies)
... I read about adrenal fatigue and decided to do a saliva test. I got the results a couple of weeks ago that showed I had lower cortisol levels than the reference range from morning til night. I showed this to my GP who did some blood tests and all came back normal. ... (7 replies)
... My cortisol in the AM is at 1.0, I know it is exceptionally low and he said that is why he put me on such a high amount of steroids..The afternoon is good but my night is also low. ... (29 replies)
... I'm intersted in what you had to say about sleep problems. I'm not diagnosed yet, but I think that I might have adrenal problems. ... (0 replies)
... Hashimotos thyroiditis is low thyroid so one would think that you might sleep too much but you dont put down the results of your 24 hour cortisol test and Im not sure that they are not high. ... (2 replies)
... ospital after being on so many antibiotics, I contracted Chlostridium Difficile which put me back in hospital with blood pressure ratings that seemed to read too low to be understood on the machine. I was pretty close to falling into a coma or my heart giving out on me. Scary stuff, but I recuperated! ... (3 replies)
... I found a doctor that would do a saliva test and it came back low cortisol. ... (0 replies)
... I have had addisons for 11 yrs. It is a pain to be in medication for our energy levels and it effects our circadian rythym. I have to take ambien to sleep at night and prednisone to stay awake and my Dr lowered mine to .5 mg a day and now I get soo tired. So I am tired just about all the time. ... (14 replies)
... and no matter what I eat, I cannot gain an ounce. Over the past several months, my vision has gotten very blurry and my feet are tingly all of the time. I NEVER sleep through the night.. wake with varied symptoms of both low blood sugar and low cortisol, but if I take more cortisone, I can't sleep. ... (3 replies)
... Albeit, while I was able to supplement to ease my chronic fatigue and stay functional for almost two years, it has been a struggle. The low cortisol world is an emotional and psychologically taxing place, that I don't wish upon anybody for any extended period of time. ... (18 replies)

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