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... please let me know the name and number of the doctor that you see for your adrenal fatigue. i am so desperate to feel better. ... (20 replies)
... I think I have adrenal fatigue. I also suffer from hypothyroidism. I was diagnosed 2 months ago and placed on medication. ... (8 replies)
... Hi. I'm new to this board So, I'm dealing with some issues similar to yours and those of the 25-year old police officer, Dial. (You're in my thoughts, Dial, and I hope your plight improves. It's appalling how you've been treated by your employer and colleagues.) I will begin with a brief history; feel free to jump to the end for the data. I've been struggling for... (10 replies)

... Something is not right here. You can get fatigue from to much steriods, where your muscles atrophy, I can't think of the name right this minute. Look it up. ... (20 replies)
... rarely even get out to SEE a Dr which sux. I know i need to be working with them regularly, and just cant do it as i can't be out for that long. I almost had an adrenal crisis back in feb just from going to a dr's appointment in the middle of the day. ... (20 replies)
... a 7 and I found that it was helping me to go even though I felt so bad as I went. I am very concerned that you are on so much medication. I am sorry to say that fatigue goes along with this disease, and along with thyroid if you are having that. ... (5 replies)
... It sounds very much like pheochromocytoma, an adrenal tumor. BUT MAOI with tyramine can seem very much like that tumor, as your doctor noted. ... (10 replies)
... Hello, Addison's board has been recommended to me by Midwest1. Since my RAI in 1999 my main issue appears to be that no matter what dose or type of Thyroid medicine I cannot reach a dose that makes me well without severe symptoms. I found a doctor that did the basal, metabolic testing and after a saliva test (depressed 8am,11am,-5pm,11 pm normal)(DHEA was within normal... (0 replies)
... Hi There, When my son was diagnose with Addison's when he was 16 years old, that first year was a nightmare for us, we were in amd out of the hosptal almost everyweek getting I'V.'s, He was so sick, we has to get home and hospital tutoring for his High School education. At one point they put him in Physical therapy because he had lost so much of his muscle tone.... (4 replies)
... I don't have the energy for cooking or shopping but I manage to go to work. I'm hoping that the medication will level me out before I get to the point of shutting down completely. ... (20 replies)
... aswell as low thyroids, thyroid medication might not work or will take really long for me to feel the effects, or even make me ill. ... (0 replies)
... est outside the boundaries of a narrower margin based on a target TSH level of 0.3 to 3.0. The the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists believes the new range will result in proper diagnosis for millions of Americans who suffer from a mild thyroid disorder, but have gone untreated until now. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I'm a new member to the board, but familiar with AI and AD. ... (7 replies)
... I was discharged the next day once my blood pressure was relatively normal, and pulse was okay, and was feeling well enough to walk. He sent me with a set of new prescriptions. ... (3 replies)
... I'm new here but hoping to get some advice. ... (1 replies)

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