Hi, I would like to know the experiences of those who have tried Hydrocortisone therapy. Pure hydrocortisone in low doses, not big ones or mixed with other things. Two years ago I took the saliva cortisol test (stress test) and the 4 samples of the day where ridiculously low. The one who told me to take this test was Dr.Neville from www.chronicfatigue.org, the one who follows the work of the deceased Dr.Poesnecker in his clinic in America. I have also read studies where it is apparently being successful in treating depression resistant to antidepressants. And I do suffer that all my life too. Antidepresssants only make me worse and I do suffer depression/anxiety/insomnia/stress intolerance much before having full CFS. I also found this interesting study where Dr.Hortolf says that 95% of the patients get cured or improve a lot under low dose Hydrocortisone. http://www.ei-resource.org/news/chr...or-chronic-fatigue-syndrome-and-fibromyalgia/ Or this one (in which someone named Simon Wessely was part): http://www.kcl.ac.uk/content/1/c6/01/47/68/29Cleare1999.pdf If anyone has experience with it I will appreciate it. On Thursday I met a CFS doctor who says I am Celiac and to stop eating gluten and also gave me low dose cortisone, but normal cortisone (Deflazacort) instead of Hydrocortisone. I suggested him if we could try Hydro but he said he had no experience with it. As far s I know, CFS people may respond well to Hydro, but not to the normal one. Any input will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.