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... The blood sugar problem is much, much better with a medication called metformin. I was waking up every night at 3am from hypoglycemia, and perspiring a little. It wasn't just that I was getting woken, but also, like you, I wasn't sleeping restfully. ... (13 replies)
... The blood sugar problem is much, much better with a medication called metformin. I was waking up every night at 3am from hypoglycemia, and perspiring a little. It wasn't just that I was getting woken, but also, like you, I wasn't sleeping restfully. ... (13 replies)
... Also my female hormones are low. I am 47. ... (1 replies)

... as my doctor is fairly clueless. I've done quite a bit of research and from everything I've read, it says that steroids ought to be increased when sex hormones are declining, or when on hormone replacement therapy. ... (13 replies)
... My DO thinks I'm allergic to these hormones and before she puts me on anything else I'm going to start having acupuncture treatments again since that gave me energy before. ... (5 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)
... it has some control over hormones esp. estrogen etc and is normally produced by the adrenal gland so we dont produce it. ... (13 replies)
... I have been feeling gradually worse the last 8 years. I have a wide range of symptoms and different issues, but one thing seems to really stand out, and that is that I have more symptoms similar to Addison's than anything else. It may very well not be, but if that is the case it is very very likely endocrine related and similar. I am trying to research information and tests... (3 replies)
... I have included how I think each question is related to hormones. Remember a single test can be normal but all hormones are pulsed so one test isnt diagnostic of anything. ... (8 replies)
... will give you the ACTH test to stimulate your adrenals and see if, and how much they're responding. And given that you are a 50 year old woman, all of the other hormones should be evaluated as well. ... (2 replies)
... The dose of Cortef varies, and some people take it 3 times a day, in AM, mid afternoon and evening to get them through the night and better energy upon awakening. If you need mineralcorticoid as well, for low BP, low sodium and high potassium, that can make one feel exhausted. ... (2 replies)
... Adrenal Insufficiency and Perimenopause. I'm 42 years old and my hormones are definitely imbalanced and in decline. ... (0 replies)
... I take melatonin at night to get to sleep. Too bad I'm wide awake by 3AM. That is likely the cortisol freaking out so early. ... (15 replies)
... The only thing I do differently than most people, is I take my thyroid medication at night time. My endo said this won't affect anything. ... (0 replies)
... So long story short I am a 28 year old male with hypopituitaryism. I'm on a laundry list of hormones for that... and have been for a while now. I've felt a lot better since being on replacement hormones. ... (2 replies)
... Anyway, as the sun goes down, I get a brain fog and feel like I am on drugs. This only happens at night unless I get a virus or when I have my period, during these times I have a brain fog all day. This BF makes me feel like I am drunk. ... (0 replies)
... he same. Try that for a few days and see how you feel. If it starts to help you could try a smaller amount in the afternoon as well. Since HC is one of the first hormones you need to correct, you will start on the road to treatment. I would also start doing the oral temperature test as well to see how your thyroid is doing. ... (38 replies)
... has a connection to kidney stones. Vasopressin can go up during stress. At night in healthy people, vasopressin goes up and shuts down the kidneys. ... (12 replies)
... If the vision problems you are experiencing include loss of some peripheral vision or loss of night vision then you need to see a neurologist immediately. ... (8 replies)
... Hello Tracy!! Thank you so very very much for the info!! I'm seeing a holistic MD soon and will request those tests. I have no doubt he's familiar with them as he deals specifically with the hormones. It's hard to say which symptoms are due to what but the ones that have *not* gone away with thyroid treatment are: Tremors Nausea/no appetite insomnia cold hair loss... (11 replies)


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