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Doctor insights on: Adrenal Overload Symptoms

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What symptoms can you expect if your adrenals are overworked?

What symptoms can you expect if your adrenals are overworked?

Tired and wired : Fatigue, anxiety, panic, irritability, insomnia, 'brain fog, low libido, and cravings for carbs and/or salt are common acute and chronic symptoms. If it becomes more chronic there is weakening of the immune system which depends on normal adrenal function. ...Read more

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My son has all the symptoms of adrenal exhaustion. What can he take for it?

My son has all the symptoms of adrenal exhaustion. What can he take for it?

Adrenal exhaustion: The adrenals don't get exhausted. They either don't work (=Addison's disease) or they work. If your son has fatigue, or other sx, see your doctor for a proper diagnosis. ...Read more

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What do you suggest if my son has all the symptoms of adrenal exhaustion. what can he take for it to help him feel better?

What do you suggest if my son has all the symptoms of adrenal exhaustion. what can he take for it to help him feel better?

Symptoms in medicine: Hi. "Adrenal fatigue" is not a real entity - no such thing. Here's a very well time tested and proven philosophy of medicine: there is no symptom specific to any single disease, and no disease specific to any single symptom. Whatever symptoms your son has may be due to a disease, or associated with no disease. But at least stick to the realm of real conditions. Good luck to him! ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of cancer of the adrenal?

What are the symptoms of cancer of the adrenal?

Variable symptoms: Adreno cortical cancer can cause a variety of different symptoms depending on what hormone is being made (either sex hormones, cortisol or aldosterone). For more on the symptoms (the space here is too short) i recommend viewing the following link: http://www.Cancer.Org/cancer/adrenalcorticalcancer/overviewguide/adrenal-cortical-cancer-overview-diagnosed. ...Read more

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Acth stim test showed baseline of 17, rising to 33 43mins later. borderline and maybe a secondary adrenal issue, or just normal? symptoms for years.

Acth stim test showed baseline of 17, rising to 33 43mins later. borderline and maybe a secondary adrenal issue, or just normal? symptoms for years.

If mean cortisol,,,,: If you're talking about cortisol levels rising from 17 to 33 ug/dL on under 60 min is a normal reaction after being stimulated with ACTH, however, the values are low which could signify a primary adrenal issue, like Addison's disease, or something less like an under functioning adrenal. This would likely require hormone replacement therapy if this was the case so see your Dr. for more details. ...Read more

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What are the signs and symptoms of adrenal crisis?

What are the signs and symptoms of adrenal crisis?

Adrenal Crises: SYMPTOMS OF ADRENAL CRISES Fever Suddenpain in abdomen.lower Back&legs Convulsions Hyperkalemia(High level of K) High level of CALCIUM Confusion,Slurred Speech Psychosis Reduced level of glucose Reduced level of Sodium Low Blood Pressure Vomiting &Diarrhea Syncope low T4 level It is caused due to Deficiency of Cortisol.It may be due to Addison's diseaseor Crticosteride biosynthesis enzyme defect ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of adrenal cancer?

What are the symptoms of adrenal cancer?

Hormonal: Adrenal gland has two functionally different parts and tumors of these have different symptoms. Tumors of the medulla, pheochromocytoma, cause high blood pressure and related symptoms. Cancer of the cortex, if functional, cause increased amount of corticosteroids resulting in fragile skin, fluid retention, hypertension etc. Mets produce symptoms based on organ affected by mets. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of adrenal insufficiency?

What are the symptoms of adrenal insufficiency?

Weakness + pigment: Adrenal insufficiency, addison disease, causes, weakness, electrolyte disturbances due to high potassium, increased pigmentation of the skin, especially palms. During stress, adrenal insufficiency may lead to shock. ...Read more