Hydrocortone As Treatment For Addison's Disease

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Bill Says:


Where are Addison's disease research clinics? Having side effects of taking hydrocortone for 25 years. Kidney showing signs of early failure. Fatigue , muscle weakness.



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Verwon Says:

There really aren't any permanent research clinics for any disease, per se.

Usually, when any given scientific or medical organization has funding and is doing research, it will done at whatever facility accommodates such, be it their own or an affiliated location.

And then in most cases to get in on research protocols, you have ironically be in good health and not far into the disease, or suffering complications such as organ failure.

Learn more Hydrocortone details here.


What further treatment has your doctor recommended?


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Bill Says:

My doctor is Internal medicine doc in small town.
Does blood tests even though have elevated potassium and creatine not recomendations other than drink more water. Tried a consult with endocrinologist he just talked without lab tests. Said what I'm doing fine. Just don't want to wait until bigger problems exist. Such as kidney failure. Where is the endocrinologist who will run Tsh, acth and battery of hormonal tests?
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Andre Bettencourt Says:

hi, i have addison´s disease, and i m looking for a website that can supply me hidrocortone directly, because recently in Portugal, this medicine has been considered for "Hospital use only" which meant alternatives were recommended for patients, i have tried some alternatives, but none are recommended for me, some made stairs a hard task in a 3 floors house.

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