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... ears has left me almost fully bed ridden. I was put on Florinef back in September...1mg. Been on it since than, no side effects, or weight gain. Now I'm on 7.5mg of cortisol per day. When should Ilook for results? ... (1 replies)
... lets see...the doctor wrote in his summary that my baseline ACTH was 12, but im not sure where he got that considering it doesnt say that on my sheet, but who knows. ... (2 replies)
... ouble, it would have been felt during the test. Also, it was rather quickly relieved by the Pepcid and Advil. But I don't know what to think about the flushing of his face, or whether this would give anyone a hint. ... (2 replies)

... Are his thyroid tests in the normal range? ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I've just joined after reading loads of posts on here and thinking most could be by me!! ... (1 replies)
... h find out again and again that it is not capable of existing until treatment is given, just as it is not possible to "just force them to attend school", as some of my friends have suggested I will have to do with Trav. It is just not possible for them to attend school, as we have both seen. ... (14 replies)
Jul 31, 2004
... Thank you so much for taking so much time to help me! My endocrinologist did theorize that maybe the acth is only acting on part of my adrenal glands for some reason. ... (2 replies)
... No, it does not make sense that the range used for your daughter goes to zero. ... (22 replies)
... the Stim test is used to gauge adrenal reserve. It is only in cases where the administered ACTH fails to produce a sufficient response from the adrenals, will mainstream drs say you have secondary AI. ... (2 replies)
... If not, get one of those too. Cortisol is always changing so blood tests really tell us nothing. ... (6 replies)
Adrenal Fatigue??
Jun 11, 2007
... You need salt. LOTS AND LOTS of salt and please buy a blood pressure monitor and take your temps several times a day. See if your BP and temp has gotten lower. ... (88 replies)
... My dr has settled on the diagnosis of hypothyroidism and partial secondary AI. ... (17 replies)
... Will look further back on the board to see if you've listed them anywhere before! Am I right in understanding you have just gone through the loss of miscarriage? ... (11 replies)
... does not seem to be all the causes of my trouble. ... (5 replies)
... a couple of times...intermittent dull ache in right side lower back....I've been under tremendous amt of stress last couple of years too. I am of normal weight. I have had some tests done in regards to this, which I have listed below. ... (2 replies)
... The general rules for an ACTH stimulation test apply to an ITT test also. ... (15 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)
... on and off nausea, drenching night sweats and left quadrant abdominal pain. I also have times where I feel dizzy and short of breath and sometimes have heart palps. ... (3 replies)
... Does anyone know anything about ACTH levels? ... (0 replies)
... Once I became intolerant of thyroid medication over the last two months, after I had such fantastic initial success with Armour, I knew I was in trouble. ... (4 replies)

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