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Symptoms Of Aldosteronism
I have bilateral Aldosteronism, Aldactone (spironolactone) helped some symptoms. I have poly glandular auto immune too with goitres & anti bodies to Hashimotos. Help?
Here are some ...: Your reported profile indicated you have been luckily cared and treated in a great depth. To further tackle such a complicated situation, it would be most beneficial and logical for you to direct all the questions to the members of the team that have treated you; online inquiry would not be sufficient to address your concern. Best wish ... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible to have primary or secondary aldosteronism with normal blood pressure? My K levels have been declining over the years; current lvl=3.2
Normal BP and PA: 24 F with aldosteronism. Unless you were born with HTN then as aldo increases your BP will increase. But if your normal BP has been say 90/60 and it goes up 30 points then your BP may be high for your but not High for everyone. Recommend you join my Yahoo group for folks like you. We have over 1,000. It is caused hyperaldosteonism. Or consult with me for second opinion. That is all I do. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Aldosteronism with hypokalemia, treat 100meq/day K. have weak knees and vericose veins. 2days thigh twitching? Related to potassium or knees?
Aldo low K knees: 39 M has low K and weak knees and VV.2 day of thigh twitching. asks if related to K or knees. Almost certainly related to low K. Unless in you knee problems cause twitching. VV not likely cause either. Find cause of aldo excess and treat it. Go to Yahoo hyperaldosteronism group to find over 1,000 like you who may have insights as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer