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... I am currently being treated for adrenal fatigue and low progesterone. I take Cortef and Levoxyl, and I also use progesterone cream. ... (13 replies)
... for adrenal fatigue and low progesterone. I also take Armour for hypothyroidism. ... (5 replies)
... Well for probably the last 5 years or so I have noticed increases in unfavorable symptoms... Some of them are... Increased fatigue no matter how much sleep. Wake up tired. Seem to have energy at night though. If I can workout I feel good during, but crash after. ... (2 replies)

... When I ovulated I called my dr and he prescribed progesterone supplements... ... (8 replies)
... I would be careful about what you take before you actually have your cortisol levels tested. The reason I say this is because a lot of the supplements for adrenal fatigue are pretty powerful stuff, even though they are considered "natural". You don't want to further tax your adrenals by taking the wrong thing. ... (10 replies)
... if they do saliva testing and believe in adrenal fatigue and so on. their response was "ohh you're interested in that... ... (20 replies)
... When doctor suspected adrenal depletion, I read. While I waited for results, I read. I thought "add some DHEA" instead added 15mg Pregnenolone. Pain went away... ... (1 replies)
... I mean, at what point do they begin to suspect Addison's as opposed to Adrenal Fatigue? ... (1 replies)
... ust your diet it will not help you. there are alot of books out there that have info about what should be eaten and what to avoid, one real good book is "adrenal fatigue the 21st century stress syndrome" by James Wilson. Also take probiotics, you possibly have candida overgrowth in you intestinal track from all the Mountain Dew. ... (88 replies)
... I am very sorry you and your family are going through so much. I have Lyme disease and adrenal fatigue. I have had many of the symptoms you list. ... (45 replies)
... Hi. I'm new to this board So, I'm dealing with some issues similar to yours and those of the 25-year old police officer, Dial. (You're in my thoughts, Dial, and I hope your plight improves. It's appalling how you've been treated by your employer and colleagues.) I will begin with a brief history; feel free to jump to the end for the data. I've been struggling for... (10 replies)
Adrenal Problems
Jul 19, 2005
... I think I may have adrenal fatigue or burn out. ... (1 replies)
... Not only pregnenolone, but progesterone cream. ... (6 replies)
... Does this look like adrenal fatigue to you? ... (5 replies)
... 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)
... I am concerned that the doctor who did these tests on you would not have started you on Cortef for adrenal failure. I don't have much knowledge, but have read in several different places where it is necessary to FIRST treat the adrenal glands, THEN the thyroid. ... (5 replies)
... By the looks of your hormones you certainly need to be doing something. You must be feeling quite crummy! :eek: Is it possible you're having an autoimmune reaction to progesterone? I just read an article about the body attacking progesterone. You can be tested for the antibodies. Just a thought :) . I could relate to the reaction you described because it sounds very... (5 replies)
... denisehb, I would recommend, given your liver and pancreas issues, that you seriously look at hypothyroidism (testing T3 and free-T3 levels in particular), and I'll guess ALL of your hormones are low (progesterone, estrogen, testosterone, cortisol). I also developed shingles as my physical well-being deteriorated, and also had chronic sinus infections and colds (I would... (13 replies)
... I would suspect adrenal and other endocrine hormone imbalance or insufficiency. ... (1 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)

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