Well, I've just had my second 8am cortisol since my left adrenalectomy, and it again shows within normal limits. I guess all is well with cortisol secretion. But I hope you will be able to answer some more questions for me. I have asked the doctor, who doesn't know. That is no surprise when it come to endocrine issues. :-))
After your adrenal gland(s) removal, did you experience weird sensations?
I've had these sensations before, and I think everyone gets them from "time to time", but now it's so frequent as to be annoying. I call them the chill shivers. My mom used to say "someone walked over your grave". I never thought much about them, because they were occasional and it seemed that everybody got them. It's a fleeting sensation of shivers, in your scalp or down your whole spine, like when you step out into the cold , or get an eerie feeling, and you, well, shiver.
Except now, I'm not cold or afraid or anything else, and I get this sensation predominantly in my left leg, a LOT. This is not the tingling sensation or pins and needles from a pinched nerve, its simply a flash of shivers like when you get goosebumps, except no goosebumps.
I'm wondering if my body is trying to adjust, except my cortisol seems to be normal. do you have any insight?