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Endocrine issues: Adrenal adenoma, hypokalemia, high BP, on two types of BP meds no diagnosis.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 9, 2014
  • 08:57 PM

Diagnosed with PCOS 36 years ago. 4 years post Total Thyroidectomy for both Hashimotos Thyroiditis and Papillary Thyroid Cancer. An adrenal adenoma was found on both a PET scan and an abdominal CT. Size approx. 2.5cm. I have had the following symptoms prior to them finding the adrenal tumor- Hypocalcium, HypoKalemia, Hypomagnesium, High Blood Pressure(even with two meds) as well as High Cholesterol. I have a history of a stroke as an infant also. Blood/urine tests " no problem" according to the Dr's. (multiple swollen bilateral cervical lymph nodes at 2.1cm started this current journey) Any educated thoughts.
Thank you in advance. I am stymied as to what to do now.

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