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... where normal is 0. ... (4 replies)
... burnout problem. My doctor, on the other hand, feels strongly that I do not and that it is merely anxiety. He has only done bloodwork on me and says that my sodium and potassium levels are fine. ... (2 replies)
... I haven't had my cortisol tested yet, but my sodium and potassium are normal. I've also had my TSH checked and have been tested for reactive hypoglycemia. Everything checks out except for a low neutrophils count and above normal calcium. ... (4 replies)

... The test is usually given first thing in the morning when normal cortisol levels are highest. ... (3 replies)
... However, most addisonian people do much better on it as well as with taking additional salt tablets. I have friends and the dose varies from half a tablet and sometimes I have taken as many as 3. My BP was pretty low at that time. I am now back to .1. ... (5 replies)
... The endocrine doctor was baffled about why I get tremmors. Its too bad you have to go through this so young. I am 26 and brought this uppon myself by taking ecstasy. I made my bed and now I have to lay in it. ... (7 replies)
Sep 16, 2002
... st century stress syndrome" by James Wilson has some good guidelines on diet and lifestyle changes. ... (3 replies)
... really exhausts me and takes days to recover. All my blood tests over last few years show high potassium, low sodium and low glucose levels. Thyroid levels are normal and I'm not anaemic. ... (2 replies)
... The symptoms of adrenal insufficiency usually begin gradually. Chronic, worsening fatigue and muscle weakness, loss of appetite, and weight loss are characteristic of the disease. Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea occur in about 50 percent of cases. ... (2 replies)
... As far as your results, if they are low, you need to push to get into the endo right away! Your health is already deteriorating, and you shouldn't have to go into a full blown crisis to get help. I would get very aggressive in following up. ... (7 replies)
... I have addisons disease and today, due to my recent tests I have started to increase my hydrocortisone from 20 mg in the am since I was about 16. Now 31 and started taking 20 mg in the am and 10 mg in the afternoon for about a week. ... (3 replies)
... I am a 25 year old female and have been suffering with worsening symptoms for over a year now. Doctors have been puzzled by my symptoms and "normal" test results. A few family members and doctors have suggested that I may have Addison's Disease. ... (2 replies)
... I'm new to this forum and would like to know opinions regarding on several thyroid and adrenal blood tests that I have. ... (0 replies)
... Was just looking at your labs, and wondered exactly what your symptoms are? ... (11 replies)
Can anyone HELP!!!
May 29, 2005
... to mail you actual copies of the stim test and insulin test results, and then please post those results here for more info. The darkened skin you talk about, along with all of the other symptoms do sound very indicative of Addison's. ... (1 replies)
... Keep in mind these are my opinions and I'm not a doctor. ... (7 replies)
... I just finished reading your letter and I could really feel your pain and frustration. ... (26 replies)
... I have just had more blood tests and in my dr's words there is nothing very exciting to report. ... (5 replies)
... Stim test looks normal to me, I am not a doctor but I do have Addison's and failed the stim test. ... (3 replies)
... in the blood test results it should give your values and the normal valuse for each test . ... (14 replies)

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