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... Also, stabilization of your sodium and potassium levels should be done slowly to prevent brain swelling. ... (1 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)
Adrenal crisis...
Jan 21, 2011
... ou are on steroids to treat your adrenal disease you may have to go off your steroids, temporarily, in order to get an accurate hormone test done, specifically a cortisol stimulation test. ... (1 replies)

... I need help with a similar issue. I had very low adrenal steriod results from a 24hr urine test given by Dr Therese Hertoghue and very low saliva cortisol results. I've had hypotension all me life. Then my TSH was 4. ... (7 replies)
... usual cortisol level around 7.3 a. ... (0 replies)
... The endo told him that everything was normal, and did not warrant further testing. However the cortisol seems oddly low and then there are the symptoms listed below. ... (0 replies)
... cortisol after cortisol stimulation 29. ... (2 replies)
... ddison's disease is adrenal insuffiency. Only emergency personnel and friends need to understand but basically it means that your body cannot regulate sodium and potassium and both are very necessary for life and metabolism. Adrenals are poorly understood even by doctors! ... (10 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. After talking to her about severe stress I am under she has now instructed me to take 60 mg a day(3 times a day) for 3 days and then to call her... (3 replies)
Addison's Disease
Feb 27, 2008
... female hormones, adrenaline, cortisol and salt regulation. The last two are critical. In a normal state, cortisol is what gets you up in the morning and puts you to sleep at night. It has higher levels in a normal person and lowers throughout the day. ... (3 replies)
... s not just my thyroid after all! I went to see my doctor and he sent me to have my Cortisol checked. I got the results back today and it came back normal. ... (4 replies)
... T3 thyroid supplementation, such as is contained in Armour, IS usually contraindicated until cortisol levels are restored. So, one way to take a load off your adrenals is to be very careful with meds containing T3. ... (8 replies)
... g. If you have the salt cravings and your MD checks your sodium and potassium, he is probably checking to make sure you are getting enough sodium, and that your potassium is not getting high. ... (7 replies)
... replacement cortisol is taken. ... (7 replies)
... Dear friends, I think the reason you may not have gotten answers on this board is that people tend to separate Adrenal insufficiency or Addison's or secondary Addison's from adrenal exhaustion. There are even those who argue about whether adrenal exhaustion (usually putting forth the idea that adrenal glands can be temporarily exhausted but then recoop and get better) is... (7 replies)
Update on daughter
Dec 16, 2005
... One friend of mine explained to me that Florinef has Cortisol properties in it. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you, sure hope you're still here.... :wave: There has been blood work drawn for CBC, CMC and urinalysis done at the hospital, decided to have reports sent to both my pcp and my Fibro and Fatigue specialist; Dr Holtorf. My husband took me to my pcp two days blood pressure was 80/50, temp 96.2, my doctor did nothing and sent me home...I could barily stand... (5 replies)
... the bottom line is that you do not make enough cortisol to carry out basic metabolic functions or handle bodily stress. ... (4 replies)
... And the normal Cortisol draw in the afternoon. ... (1 replies)
... And the normal Cortisol draw in the afternoon. ... (10 replies)

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