I just spent the last few days in hospital as my BP hit amazing heights. Average 190/110. I was in the pharmacy when I had a severe spike and became confused and weird. The pharmacist called the ambulance. I rang the Primary Aldosteronism Speicalist's Nurse, who said to come to their hospital. Whilst in hospital I was seen by a few Endos who all said to stay on my Endo's regime, as they didn't want to interfere with his protocol! (he's powerful) I begged them to contact my P.Aldo Professor and they said No.They brought in a Pyschiatrist! Who said they're's nothing wrong with her! I checked myself out. I'll call my Aldo Doctor on Monday. Of course it's the weekend, it always is when things go wrong. And my Endo is away for a month. I am being lashed by these adrenaline rushes.
I don't know what to do. Stop T3/start T4? I only got these on T3. That was mentioned. Get off the HC that was mentioned? One asked why did your Endo put you on HC without a Cortisol test? Oh and the hospital didn't have any T3. They don't stock it. (I had to get my own from home) I am desperate. This is my city's largest hospital!
I am becoming progressively weak from the rushes. I'm scared but not about the rushes, I have had these before. About their longer term effect., I developed CFS because of them. I only s
leep every second day.
I was on T3 at 15mcgs (3 months) because I couldn't raise over without having rushes. 2 weeks ago I was told to double T3 and take HC. Well it's not working? (As you know from me previous posts.)
TSH 11 0.3-4.0) coming down, but normal according to the hospital)
T3 5.7 (2.6-6.0) normal according to hospital.
I completed and sent away my saliva tests on Wednesday. I needed a profile to start from. Any advice? Thanks.