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... Have you looked into Lyme Disease? Go on the Lyme board and look at the symptoms and post your ? there. The night sweats and tremors are major symptoms of Lyme disease and/or Babesiosis a co-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)
... be related to my adrenal insufficiency since i'm on replacement therapy. Infectious diseases have been ruled out too. Has anybody out there experienced chronic night sweats related to your primary or secondary addison's? ... (14 replies)
... I have Lyme Disease with secondary adrenal insufficiency. I suffered for 2 long years before I found a doctor who recongized what was wrong with me. I also had night sweats and hand tremors. Both have disappeared since starting on the cortef and synthroid. I am currently taking 20 mg cortef at 5mg 4 times a day. ... (14 replies)

... Ive had hand tremors before. Over time it has gone away. Are you taking cortef or florinef and at what dosage? ... (14 replies)
... infection that causes night sweats and tremors also. ... (14 replies)
... and night sweats. I used to be someone that really felt the cold but now I cannot tolerate the heat. The night sweats keep me awake at night and I have no idea what is causing it. ... (14 replies)
... day is definitely on the low side and your symptoms indicate you are too low. If your thyroid is also low then you won't solve your night sweats until you get that under control as well. Both cortisol and thyroid feed off each other and must both be balanced. ... (14 replies)
... That is definately on the low end and thats a big space between pills. I take 10 mg at breakfast, 10 mg at lunch and 5 mg at supper. If you dont want to switch to more dosage have you tried 5 mg 3 times a day? (14 replies)
... I'm not sure that Lymes Disease is the answer for me, as I have secondary adrenal insufficiency and it's my understanding that Lymes affects the adrenals themselves, no? I'm taking 15 mg hydrocortisone a day (10 mg upon waking, 5 mg at 4:00). My endocrinologist believes the lowest effective dose is the way to go. If i take more, my eyes get really puffy. Has anybody else... (14 replies)

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