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    Doctors

    Hiya,
    new here, can anyone suggest or recommend a prescribing doctor specialising in
    Thyroid/Adrenal problems. I am in the Kent, East Sussex, London erea.
    Telephone consultation maybe necessary.

    Cheers sparrow

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    Re: Doctors

    Hi sparrow, to the site.. Dr Skinner is in Birmingham but he is doesn't treat adrenals very often

    http://thyroid.about.com/od/findingd..._Treatment.htm this site will help but be careful, very few if any will treat Adrenals

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    Re: Doctors

    Many thanks Ric, will look on about .com

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    Re: Doctors

    The direct link

    http://www.thyroid-info.com/topdrs/unitedkingdom.htm

    See the London Listing.

    A doctor being listed there, deosnt mean that they will fix your adrenals. I am almost certain no one will prescribe your Hydrocortisone in any case, no matter how big the problem is.

    A correct way would be get yourself tested for adrenal saliva stress index and if the results are bad, speak to the doctor and come out with a mutual plan otherwise research and treating yourself is the way to go.

    It could be your adrenals are slightly stressed and with right diet, vitamins and some minerals, you may be able to control it but first you have got to test them. Dont take your symptoms pointing to adrenals as there a lot of symptoms for different hormones which overlap each other.

 

 

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