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Doctor insights on: Primary Hyperaldosteronism Hashimotos Cushings Disease

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Why does primary hyperaldosteronism cause metabolic alkalosis?

Why does primary hyperaldosteronism cause metabolic alkalosis?

Conn 's alkalosis : Aldo moves Na from urine and K and H out into urine. Lowering H in blood makes you more alkalotic. Also as K moves out of cells to keep blood K up H moves into cells. Less H in blood = higher pH. ...Read more

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How does primary hyperaldosteronism cause metabolic alkalosis?

How does primary hyperaldosteronism cause metabolic alkalosis?

Conn 's alkalosis : Aldo moves Na from urine and K and H out into urine. Lowering H in blood makes you more alkalotic. Also as K moves out of cells to keep blood K up H moves into cells. Less H in blood = higher pH. ...Read more

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How is life without adrenal glands/quality of life? Frequent tiredness? Gaining weight? I have primary hyperaldosteronism.

How is life without adrenal glands/quality of life? Frequent tiredness? Gaining weight? I have primary hyperaldosteronism.

Life with no adrenal: Your life will depend on you taking cortisol every day for the rest of your life. If u run out you will die in a few days or sooner if you are injured and do not get cortisol. Avoid losing both adrenals if at all possible. Join our group with primary Aldo where we have over 1,000. It is at yahoo. Com. ...Read more

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What are the complications involving the thyroid condition- hashimotos disease?

What are the complications involving the thyroid condition- hashimotos disease?

Direct and indirect: Hashimoto's disease is a common cause of underactive thyroid. Complications would include the often experienced symptoms & signs, such as low body temperature, weight gain or inability to lose weight, dry brittle nails and hair, constipation, depression, elevated lipids, fatigue, and lethargy. Since Hashimoto's is an auto-immune disorder, other auto-immune conditions may co-exist in same patient. ...Read more

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Hashimoto's disease: what do I do to treat?

Hashimoto's disease: what do I do to treat?

Depends: Hashimoto's thyroiditis is the most common cause for developing a low thyroid in the us. It is an autoimmune disorder directed against your thyroid. There is no treatment for the autoimmune part, but if you have hypothyroidism, this would be treated with thyroid hormone. One can also have an enlarged thyroid related to hashimoto's. You should have an ultrasound to look at your thyroid. ...Read more

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Heteroneous in echotexture thyroid typical of hashimotos disease?

Heteroneous in echotexture thyroid typical of hashimotos disease?

Could be: It is difficult to reliably sonographically differentiate hashimoto thyroiditis from other thyroid pathology. Ultrasound features can be variable depending of the severity and phase of disease. A diffusely enlarged thyroid gland with a heterogeneous echotexture is a common sonographic presentation. ...Read more

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How do complementary doctors treat hashimoto's disease?

How do complementary doctors treat hashimoto's disease?

Not at all: While complementary medicine may help with symptoms, the true management of hypothyroidism requires prescription medication. ...Read more

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Chronic thyroiditis (hashimotos disease) . I need a website please?

Chronic thyroiditis (hashimotos disease) . I need a website please?

Mayo Clinic: Hashimotos is usually a condition where your immune system attacks your thyroid, making it underactive. Try this mayo clinic review: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/hashimotos-disease/ds00567. ...Read more

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What is the difference between Hashimoto's disease and fibromyalgia?

What is the difference between Hashimoto's disease and fibromyalgia?

Pain & tissues: Hashimotos is a thyroid endocrine gland disorder. Fibromyalgia is a widespread pain disorder generated by soft tissues being biomechanically stressed. Some doctors theorize that central (brain) nervous system processing of pain is faulty & the primary cause, but this theory is discounted by copious evidence for multiple causes of FM & significant ongoing peripheral (soft tissues) pain generation. ...Read more

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