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I have had adrenal insufficiency off and on. First they

I have had adrenal insufficiency off and on. First they said I had primary and then not at all with maybe a fatique type of thing going on....and then they said I had secondary and then they said I was producing again so they stopped all steroid use again. They did an MRI on my brain that showed: Normal size pituitary without well-defined nodule. What does that mean?

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