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Symptoms Of Adrenal Disorders
High or Low function: Here is a good reference http://my.Clevelandclinic.Org/disorders/adrenal/endo_description.Aspx.Get a more detailed answer ›
absolutely!: It's one of the primary symptoms.Get a more detailed answer ›
What is the difference, both in symptoms and treatment , between addisons disease and adrenal insufficiency ?
Same thing: Addison's disease is the name given to adrenal insufficiency, a condition recognized by traditional medicine. Adrenal exhaustion & adrenal fatigue are terms coined by anti-aging to describe a lesser degree of insufficiency. Consider addison's disease or adrenal insufficiency as a failing grade or f. Adrenal exhaustion & adrenal fatigue would then be suboptimal c or d grade but still normal. ...Read more
What is addison's disease and is something you can get or born with? I am experiencing major symptoms of adrenal fatigue.
Addison Disease: Is an endocrine disease where adrenal glands do not produce sufficient steroid hormones, leading to abdominal pain, weakness, low blood pressure, fever, muscle weakness, fatigue, mood changes, GI symptoms, & cravings for salt. Cause can be poor development of adrenal glands, impaired steroid production, or destruction of adrenal glands such as by infection or autoimmune disease. ...Read more
Is laser skin resurfacing an effective procedure for facial hyperpigmentation caused by addison's disease? Five years ago, when i was 26, i started to experience the first symptoms of adrenal insufficiency, including hyperpigmentation of the skin. I am no
Sorry. : Sorry. No.Get a more detailed answer ›
Endocrine specialist: Who may be surgical oncologists/endocrine surgeons or endocrinologists- internists who specialize in disorders of adrenal and other glands. Generally, these disorders may be "functional" ( i.e. Over or under active glands) or present as a mass. If surgery is required, the experienced surgeon should be able to utilize minimally invasive techniques when appropriate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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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