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... there's certainly some adrenal impairment. Given the elevated norepinephrine, and the DHEA levels, I am surprised the overal cortisol level is not higher. ... (10 replies)
... It sounds very much like pheochromocytoma, an adrenal tumor. BUT MAOI with tyramine can seem very much like that tumor, as your doctor noted. ... (10 replies)
... Pheochromocytoma is most often benign. So it's as simple as taking it out and quite often there is enough adrenal function left that you would not even develop Addison's disease afterwards. Good luck! ... (10 replies)

... Hey Hardy. I had my first appt with the endo last week. He too thought I may have a pheochromocytoma. Alternatively, I could have damaged my pituitary as a consequence of three head blows over the last 5 years or so. We are waiting for results from new urine and plasma metanepherines. I've reached the point where I am almost hoping for the tumor, so there is a real... (10 replies)
... sided adrenal adenoma was found. Believe it or not, that same doctor told me it was an "incidental finding" and nothing I should be concerned about. Idiot. ... (5 replies)
... Hi. Have you been checked for a pheochromocytoma? This would be a catacholomines test. Here is a link for better understanding. Your problems sound like they could be related to that. Let us know what you find out. (9 replies)

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