My mum 49 yrs, have been suffering for hyponatremia for 4 months. Doctors have found cortisol to be low. ACTH stimulation test is normal which indicates that her adrenaline is functioning properly. There are some problem with pituitory or hypothalamus. DOctors have given cortisol replacement hormone. I know cortisol replace hormone has several side effect. is this the right course of treatment? how can the main problem with pituitory be found out? what are the tests for that? Last please help me with any doctors name who live in live and specialises in Pituitory diseases. I am feeling helpless as no doctors are able to diagnose the exact cause of low cortisol or hypernatrmia. She was also having UTI. She had medicine and it has recovered now.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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