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... for crying out loud! There is one problem though. My ACTH was at 78. the max range on the normal level was 45. I was at almost twice the amount of a normal person. My Cortisol showed 18 on a AM test. ... (38 replies)
... the lightheadedness when changing from a lying to standing position. A doctor checked my blood pressure while doing this in his office. I thought it might be a problem with sustaining blood pressure, and if so, does that sound adrenal related to anyone with a background? ... (0 replies)
... Hi. Yes, I just started taking DHEA and some dessicated adrenal (again). I have more energy, but still have the eye problem. What are you taking for your endocrine system? Thanks, -m (10 replies)

... Dial, I hope you are still reading these becuase it looks as if the last entry was a couple of months ago. I too am a police officer and when i read your symptoms, I was shocked. I woke up 3 and a half years ago and had everything you wrote. I feel like i am on the verge of figuring it out but it has been a long and hard road. I am not out of the woods yet, but hopefully... (38 replies)
... Hi Dial, Just my opinion on the police call above you described above. You were placed in a stressful situation, but you have essentially no testosterone to limit the stress to your adrenals. Your adrenals are toast from doing this month after month, they have little left to give. They are barely just keeping you on your feet and there is little left from you doing a face... (38 replies)
... problem is where do I find a good doctor. I need help with that. (38 replies)
... is stressing out your adrenals. Testosterone is also responsible somewhat for blood sugar lowering....and you know your problem with that! ... (38 replies)
... I have pituitary and adrenal pathology that both show that the pituitary was the issue. So yes, I have proof that the pituitary was my problem. I went to Los Angeles. My pituitary tumor was found in 1992. I was told many times by esteemed hospitals in NYC to ignore it. I went to a well-known place in the midwest, again, I was told to ignore it. I progressively got sicker and... (38 replies)
... what coast did you go to for treatment? also did you have proof that the pituatery was the problem? or did you go based off a hunch? (38 replies)
... If you do have a pituitary problem then most likely low thyroid is associated as well. ... (38 replies)
... Hi\I am a 24 year old male and I have been sick for 8 months. I am a Police Officer and now my Career is about to be put on hold. In October 2006 my life started to go upside down. I was standing on a domestic call at work when I suddenly became very dizzy. I began to feel like I couldnt breath very well and had to go home. when I got home I began to get tremors and shake. I... (38 replies)
... I have just been diagnosed with addison's but am still sick. Needed to go to the ER for a hydrocortisone shot after vomiting and diarrhea. How can I tell if I have the flu or if there is another problem. Any help would be great. I am just miserable everyday. (3 replies)
... No, he hasn't tested my adrenal glands. He is not on my insurance plan so I could only afford the thryoid tests anyway with a discount. I am going to test the cortisal levels with a test I ordered on the internet. It is cheaper for me to to it this way. I have an appointment with him in 2 weeks. When he saw me last my test results said I was hyper instead of hypo because of... (2 replies)
... he was cutting me off and telling me it's not an adrenal problem. He, too, says I don't have an adrenal problem and most likely no tumor. Yet, he noticed drooping eyelids? ... (12 replies)
... possible to give ACTH, but the problem is that it must be injected and it is hard to regulate the cortisol level with ACTH rather than Cortef. ... (6 replies)
... As far as your bladder problem, I'm about to tell you something that will save your life. When you have an adrenal problem especially when it's combined with other endocrine problems, your body produces a lot of toxins. This is why it is important to drink lots of water. ... (7 replies)
... Vent all you want! (smiles) I didn't find anything in print saying that the ITT shouldn't be done while pregnant. I also didn't see anything at all saying it was safe. I would not have taken it myself during pregnancy. I'm with you there and I'm pretty sure my doctor would not have done it. You might want to ask your OB about this. I have a feeling your OB wouldn't like... (29 replies)
... From your answers Matty, I would say you have some kind of multiple hormone deficiency. Many of your symptoms correlate with a pituitary problem possibly caused by blows to the head. However, when related to vision problems things could be much more serious. ... (8 replies)
... from the Pituitary. Secondary takes its title from the fact that the Adrenal Cortex is not damaged, but instead the fault is a 'secondary' one, because the main problem is with the Pituitary. ... (6 replies)
... My problem is actually my pituitary gland, which is not properly stimulating the adrenals. So when they try to stimulate my adrenals, they actually do respond. ... (2 replies)


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