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Possible adrenal fatigue

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by juliusfortes, May 7, 2015.

  1. juliusfortes

    juliusfortes

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    Good night my friends. I think possibly have adrenal fatigue and would very much help from all of you to come to a conclusion because I have suffered a lot, for a long time.
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  2. Sherpa

    Sherpa Ex-workaholic adrenaline junkie

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    Hi Juilus,

    I had bad adrenal fatigue syndrome. I recovered with Dr. Lam's book.

    I took a cortisol test but it was not very useful to me.

    I think symptoms are more accurate and important. If you have symptoms, that shows there is a problem more than a test does.
     
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    ahmo Senior Member

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  4. juliusfortes

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    Hello my friends. I am very grateful for the great help you are offering me. I have many exams because I am not a person of great financial resources so hopefully the few tests that I can serve. Thank you very much.

    I always had a lot of trouble with excessive physical fatigue and delayed onset muscle recovery and ill immune system. I suffer from depression, anxiety syndrome of panic.
    Often I have trouble sleeping at night, gain weight easily, have trouble gaining muscle mass and have a great appetite for sweets. I would love to find a solution to my problem because it prevents me to live well. I really need to find a solution. Please help me.


    T3: 1.57 nmol / L
    free t4: 12.1 pmol / L
    tsh: 4,000 Uul / ml
    T3R: 0.10 ng / dl
    free testosterone: 5.99 ng / dL
    total testosterone: 239.70 ng / dL
    fsh: 2,55 mUI/mL
    E2: 18,37 pg/mL
     
  5. juliusfortes

    juliusfortes

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    HORMONE ACTH adrenocorticotropic 11.2 pg / mL
    Lower ANTI TPO Antibodies to 10.0 IU / ml
    GROWTH HORMONE <0.05 HUMAN HGH
    IGF somatomedin C 1 216.0 ng / ml
    FREE TESTOSTERONE: 7.33 ng / dl
    Globulin of Sex Hormones (SHBG): 21.000000 nmol / L
    Prolactin: 7.60 ng / ml
    TOTAL TESTOSTERONE: 294.40 ng / dL
    THYROXINE FREE: 0.740 ng / dl
    HORMONE thyroid-stimulating (TSH) 3,990 Uul / ml
    Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) 0.250 ng / ml
    Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH): 2.99 mIU / ml
    HORMONE LUTEINIZING: 5.50 mIU / ml
     
  6. juliusfortes

    juliusfortes

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    Can you help me ?
     
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    Rlman Senior Member

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    you might want to try the stop the thyroid madness adrenal group on facebook: FTPO-Thyroid (adrenals)
     

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