Secondary hyperaldosteronism

What is Secondary hyperaldosteronism?

Secondary hyperaldosteronism is a condition in which the adrenal gland releases too much of the hormone aldosterone and it is caused by something outside the adrenal gland such as high blood pressure, cirrhosis of the liver ,heart failure, nephrotic syndrome etc.

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I have blood work showing
FSH .02 ref range 1.0-8.0
Vit B-12 295 ref range 193-982
Testosterone 752 ref range 212-742
Aldosterone 1.7 ref range...

doctor1 MD

Hello and Thanks for the query

Regarding the blood hormone levels, you have low FSH, low aldosterone levels and Vit B12 in the lower range of...

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I have blood work showing FSH .02 ref range 1.0-8.0 Vit B-12 295 ref range 193-982 Testosterone 752 ref range 212-742 Aldosterone 1.7 ref range...

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