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Cushing’s syndrome is a rare disorder which can severely affect the patient. Symptoms ofpatients with Cushing’s syndrome include weight gain, easy bruising, menstrual irregularities,increased appetite, trouble sleeping, depression or mood swings, anxiety, fatigue and altered mentation(trouble concentrating or decreased memory) (1-3). Read More…
Patients with Cushing disease are thought to have progressive and unremitting symptoms if left untreated. We report a patient with documented Cushing disease that was untreated for 26years. Read more….
During a diagnostic work up for Cushing’s Disease, I was challenged, as aremany others, in determining when to test for elevated cortisol levels. I used aspreadsheet to capture a variety of symptoms on a daily basis and to helpidentify patterns that represented a “high”. Read more….
Why did I get Cushing’s?
Is it my genes (DNA)?
Can it be passed on to my children?
Should I be tested for genetic changes?
Throughout this presentation we cover all these topics and more.
Articles about Growth Hormone Deficiency and Hypopituitarism
Is taking only growth hormone enough? Explore in depth how to restore your health through a healthy balance of eating, sleeping and exercise. Dr. Friedman addresses what supplements he recommends and advises what to avoid.
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Pituitary disorders are common, but experts in treating them properly are not!
Small changes in replacement may make a big improvement in symptoms.
Many endocrinologists do not understand how to properly replace patients with hypopituitarism and do not understand (or don’t believe in) monitoring hormone levels.
We simply see the need to do more!
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