I have had a myriad of health problems that have progressively gotten worse over the years. been looking into a host of different avenues one of them being the adrenals. I have horrible fatigue, muscle weakness, migraines, food intolerances/allergies, muscle cramps, poor exercise recovery, cold hands and feet, horrible anxiety and depression, constipation and/or diarrea, ridged nails, the list goes on... these are the results of my hormone salivary test
Estradiol (saliva) 250
Ferritin: 96 range 30-300
Hematocrit: 35.2 range 41-53
One of my problems as of late has been that I can't seem tolerate any supplements anymore. They all give me migraines. I'm working to reduce my stress but a significant amount of my stress is coming from my health issues...any thoughts/ insights, etc. would be greatly appreciated.
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