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Old 07-27-2011, 07:48 AM   #1
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Low aldosterone (Florinef)

I have adrenal fatigue with low cortisol. I had my aldosterone level checked as well and it came back as 3. The nurse said no normal range was given with my results but I read that it should be between 5 and 35. So, since I'm still exhausted, get muscle cramps and have a low mood what should I do? My doctor said he doesn't prescribe Florinef unless I have low electrolytes but I can't imagine feeling any better if my aldosterone is so low. I would appreciate any feedback.

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