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... I asked her about Addison's and she said that my sodium and potassium levels were normal. ... (3 replies)
... You can't diagnose Addison's disease with blood tests for sodium, potassium, cortisol or DHEA unless of course you are almost dead! ... (3 replies)
... The test is usually given first thing in the morning when normal cortisol levels are highest. ... (3 replies)

... Wouldnt you feel incredibly unwell about an hour after that test? (3 replies)
... sodium and potassium levels. ... (4 replies)
... P.s. I was reading some stuff online...you might want to double check with your doctor about the potassium pills. It can be bad if you are getting too much. ... (7 replies)
Diet
Sep 16, 2002
... potassium in the blood by producing aldosterone. No aldosterone or low aldosterone causes loss of sodium and retention of potassium. If you are one of those people that animals tend to follow around, you may fit this scenario. ... (3 replies)
... th the cortisone alone. Muscle spasm is a very common symptom of electrolyte imbalance for everyone, not just Addison's patients. She should be careful of high potassium foods, but her potassium could still be out of balance regardless of diet. ... (2 replies)
... where normal is 0. ... (4 replies)
... seems to feel renin and aldosterone are great indicators of adrenal distress! Also, ask for your potassium and sodium, fasting blood sugar, and your blood pressure lying down and standing up for 5 min. to be measured. ... (11 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)
... symptoms of low sodium or high potassium and I'll always be in normal range. And so many other issues that I have dealt with in the past 4 years, and the labs do not reflect my symptoms and ultimately... ... (1 replies)
Can anyone HELP!!!
May 29, 2005
... The symptoms YOU show are MUCH more pronounced. You know, an ACTH stim test can even look fairly normal if your problem happens to be secondary adrenal insufficiency, caused by the pituitary not working properly. ... (1 replies)
... I had the low blood pressure all of my life, low blood sugar in essence the entire symptoms and when my adrenals went completely I was 41. ... (8 replies)
... can quickly dehydrate anyone with Addison's or adrenal fatigue. Often your sodium will not be high enough, and you may also have low aldosterone, another thing made in the adrenal glands. ... (4 replies)
... Had blood work, low T3. Replaced with liothyronine. ... (1 replies)
... igue 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. Blood pressure is low and falls further when standing, causing dizziness or fainting. ... (2 replies)
... Every single blood test Ive took have came back normal.My potassium and sodium have came back normal. WTF is goin on? ... (1 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)
... me on what I call "the devils drug"synthroid so I won't be seeing her much longer but I wanted someone other than the dumb doctors out there to take a look at my blood work since all I seemed to get was a pat on the head and an up in my hydro.....any thoughts? ... (3 replies)


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