Just a quick note to say hi! How ya doing?
Just a quick note to say hi! Hope you are good and having a great day
After going to my different doctors and reading up on everything along with being in nursing school, your tests along with symptoms didn't sound like cushings or addisons. Again i am not a doctor but to me it sounds alot like stress anxiety and fear that you have the disease. Find a good endocrinolgist someone who is willing to do an MRI of your Adrenal glands along with your pituitary gland. This will for sure tell you if its either one. If you have tumors on those glands its a sure thing that you have the disease if not your fine! Good Luck hope that this helps!
I am not a doctor but in nursing school and your tests dont look like you have addisons or cushings at all
Just a quick hello & wishing you a beautiful day! :-)
You deserve a big bear hug too!
I'm glad you are getting something out of the Agoraphobia Forum. I love the interaction and the different points of view. I hope it shows the different experiences and options people have with agoraphobia. I'm also hoping that more people will come out of the woodwork and post their feelings and experiences, especially those that are housebound and have been lurking on the site afraid or uncertain about sharing their feelings. We can learn so much from each-other. You've been a great asset and by sharing your experiences it shows others who are maybe new to this that they are not alone. There are lots of us out there at different stages of agoraphobia.
Just a quick note to say hi! Thanks so much for the welcome! Looking forward to getting too know you better!
Thank you for the Welcome! Its great to know there are others suffering with the same or similar problems!
Thank you for the Welcome!
Have a beautiful day & see you around the forums!
Just a quick note to say hi! Thank you for making me feel welcome!& Thanks for the book suggestions. I try to keep a positive attitude and thats what keeps me going...I think we're all here on Medhelp to get better and to connect with one another, so we're not so alone. We're in this together and I believe strongly that..together...we can all over come this.