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Low level cortisol, extreme sweat,rapid heart beat, low body temperature,bad fatique.

Hi , my name is fiona and my cortisol levels are low . I've been to see an consultant and he says its not primary addisons but he wont check for secondary because he says i wouldnt have a menstral cycle . Other symptoms are extreme sweats when active at all and very bad cold sweats at night , rapid heart beat , low body temperature at some parts of the day and high at other times and bad fatique . Could you suggest any other illness it could be . I have this for two years now and its affecting my life very badly . Thank you
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Hi, The reasons for sweating when active, cold sweats at night, rappid heart beat, rise or fall of temperature, since two years could be anemia, gastric irritation, anxiety, etc.
i to my patient with such symptoms prescribe ranitidine, iron preparations, proteine suppliments, good and nourishing food. Thank you.
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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