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... I'm taking something similar to Isocort called Mil Adregen. My results for the Cortisol saliva test were actually in the normal range. ... (18 replies)
... I started taking isocort one month ago, and believe me, it has made all the difference in my adrenal fatigue. I take 2 in the a.m., 3 late morning, and 2 early afternoon. ... (18 replies)
... Hi - what is this - isocort? thanks (18 replies)

... Anne, Do you have addisons? Wanda (18 replies)
... I dont know what to tell you Concerned Male. I am totally frustrated with what is going on here. I started isocort I guess about two weeks ago. The dr has upped it already to six a day.. ... (18 replies)
... my naturopath prescribed adrenal px and isocort to take with it. ... (0 replies)
... so forget about what I said earlier. I thought it was something else. Sorry! ... (18 replies)
... I just wanted to add that a natural OTC alternative to Cortef is Isocort. You will find some rave reviews of Isocort. It is also what I was put on because I have always had nasty sideeffects when given steriods. ... (18 replies)
... Had this done as my calcium is pretty low, but has flucuated for no apparent reason.... ... (2 replies)
... My understanding is that Adrenal fatique may or may not turn into Addisons. Evidently you can go decades feeling tired with the Adrenal fatigue. So it is best to do what you can to get better. Check out the lifestyle changes in the book Adrenal Fatigue the 21st Century Stress Syndrome by J Wilson. ... (18 replies)
... Thanks, softcrush. I'll be curious to see what your levels are when you get them back. ... (5 replies)
... Hey Chris you said the only natural thing for adrenal fatiguie is Isocort. ... (0 replies)
... Chris, Did you cut out all sugar, caffeine, etc? Also, I heard that a person with adrenal problems should always get to bed by 10:00 pm. Do you think those things are necessary? Is Cortef similar to Isocort? (2 replies)
... Just got back from my doc's. I've been on Armour for 5 years for low thyroid. Have been feeling lousy, my doc had me do a saliva cortisol test -- here are the results -- Basically, my cortisol is borderline low/normal, much lower than it was when we checked it 2 years ago. So, I know you can have Addison's with my... (2 replies)
... Wow! This is a lot. How did they start you with thyroid meds.. at what level? ... (2 replies)
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Mar 19, 2005
... supplements and check out the ingredient list on them. The strongest thing I have tried so far is isocort and that made a very small difference for about a week. I dont think it was strong enough to really help. ... (4 replies)
... o live in OR get bombarded by saliva testing sales pitches from the NDs, in part because one of the biggest "alternative labs" in the USA doing the saliva tests is right in our own backyard. ... (5 replies)
... Addison's board has been recommended to me by Midwest1. Since my RAI in 1999 my main issue appears to be that no matter what dose or type of Thyroid medicine I cannot reach a dose that makes me well without severe symptoms. ... (0 replies)
... Ahhh, I'm sorry, I didn't understand this. I've been on meds for about 5 years, most of that time has been Levoxyl. That's what I went back to when I stopped taking the Armour. ... (15 replies)
... Good morning! I'm still on the Levoxyl. After the Armour, I went back to the Levoxyl. I don't know what would happen if I quit taking thyroid, but I don't think it's a good idea to find out. ... (15 replies)

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