I have most of the symtoms of pheocromocytoma;Headaches,dry mouth,sweating Anxiety ect,plus Extreemly high blood pressure,I currently take three highest doses of B,P.medications. pain killers diabetic type 2 meds Anti depressants These problems started ten years ago and progressively getting worse I have had at least twelve 24 hour Catecholamine urine test all positive,no matter what change in medication has been tried.Five years ago I had CT and MIBG scans and last month another CT,all negative My doctor tells me "as he cannot find a Pheo:there is nothing he can do" all he do'es is increase and add to my medications.By the way I am also being treated for severe Psoriatic Arthritis.I am at the end of my tether. I am open to any, and all suggestions.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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