Sorry about all of the autonomic issues. I have alot of the same things. It's a bear and my dr.s pretty much are not thinking I'm going to do well. Gastro. and Neuro. I have a cardiac and gastric pacermaker with a perm. J. tube. I am sorry you are going through this. It ***** that I do know.
Hi Sue I read in one of your posts that you went through adrenal testing...just wondering which ones and what the turnout was. I have had 2 high am cortisol results, normal urine 24 hr, and going tomorrow am for dexamethasone test. Kind of scared to take the dexamethasone pill....just hoping maybe you know these tests and can shed some light. Thank you.
Welcome to our community ~ also visit the thyroid disorders community where there are many people, like yourself, who share your condition and can lend a hand for support. Here is the link: http://www.medhelp.org/forums/ThyroidDisordersSupport/wwwboard.html
Cheryl - Co-CL Thyroid Disorders - Patient to Patient Community
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