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... sodium and potassium levels. ... (6 replies)
... sodium and potassium levels. ... (4 replies)
... st labs everything was "normal" as said by my PCP, my eosinophils are double what they're supposed to be, my WBC and RBC were a few points higher then normal, my potassium was on the low normal and my calcium was on a few points away from being high. My TSH was 1.6 but on a whim she decided to test my PTH that came back as 7. ... (1 replies)

... I've had lots of blood tests done including cortisol and sodium and potassium and they have all come back normal. I have so many addisons symptoms but is it still possible this is what i have even though the tests are all normal? ... (3 replies)
... Foods high in potassium such as fruit (especially bananas and dried figs) make adrenal fatigue worse. Isn't this odd, that if you have adrenal fatigue, which can lead to Addisons, your bp actually drops when you stand up. I did the 'at home' tests and two of them showed me positive for adrenal fatigue. The bp test and the scrape the belly test. (4 replies)
... Im hypothyrid and I keep loosing weight to. Some people just loose weight rather than gain it and I have no idea why. I also have 2 friends who are hypo and they have lost weight to. (3 replies)
... earlier this month they had to shock me to get my heart back into normal rhythm... ... (7 replies)
... My potassium was 4. ... (3 replies)
... I was taking potassium pills for awhile in the hospital but my blood work was back to normal by the time I was released to go home from assisted living. I usually don't have a problem with potassium. ... (2 replies)
... That helps regulate sodium, potassium and prevents dehydration, all of which can make one tired and listless if off balance. If sodium is low, potassium is high you need Fluorinef. Also make sure your thyroid dose is adequate, as both Addisons and hypothyroidism can cause depression when inadequately treated. ... (16 replies)
... The test is usually given first thing in the morning when normal cortisol levels are highest. ... (3 replies)
... part they come on in spells that can last a few hours to weeks of suffering .I can go up to a year without having the severe spell but in between I will have the normal Addison symptoms but with muscle twitching,tremors, palpitations,cluster like headaches and abdominal pain. ... (4 replies)
... but normal ACTH stimulation test so I was sent back to the family dr. ... (8 replies)
... What are your test results? ACTH can be a tricky thing... I had cyclical cushing's - low during the day, high at night so no sleep, nauseous and weak during the day. I did not gain or lose weight for years...all my tests were normal. But then, oh man, things changed, and my body fell apart worse than I thought it could and I gained like crazy. I never drank so cannot tell... (4 replies)
... If you do have addisons 10mg a day is not enough so you would not feel well. Treating the thyroid before the addisons would also make you feel lousy. ... (8 replies)
... sodium and potassium levels. ... (10 replies)
... high potassium is a sign of addisons. Be sure they do the STIM test properly so it counts. ... (8 replies)
... being a good start to either confirm addisons or rule it out. ... (8 replies)
... sodium and potassium levels. ... (1 replies)
... primary is also treated with florinef. Some with secondary addisons eventually need florinef. ... (1 replies)

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