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  1. Addison disease is a disorder that occurs when the adrenal glands do not produce enough hormones. ... estrogens (female), affect sexual development and sex drive. Addison disease results from damage to the adrenal cortex. The ...
  2. ... Laxative abuse Lower than normal levels may indicate Addison disease , a disorder in which the adrenal glands do ...
  3. ... aldosterone, and a condition called primary adrenal insufficiency ( Addison disease ) Very high-sodium diet
  4. ... adrenal gland is damaged due to, for example, Addison disease or other adrenal gland disease, or surgery The ... Call your health care provider if you have Addison disease or hypopituitarism and are unable to take your ...
  5. ... you have an adrenal gland problem, such as Addison disease or pituitary insufficiency . It is also used to ... that occurs when there is not enough cortisol) Addison disease (adrenal glands do not produce enough cortisol) Hypopituitarism ( ...
  6. ... response Different diseases, such as Cushing syndrome and Addison disease , can lead to either too much or too ... illness A lower than normal level may indicate: Addison disease, in which the adrenal glands do not produce ...
  7. ... response Different diseases, such as Cushing syndrome and Addison disease , can lead to either too much or too ... disorders A lower than normal level may indicate: Addison disease in which the adrenal glands do not produce ...
  8. Greater-than-normal measurements may indicate: Addison's disease (rare) Congestive heart failure Shock Syndrome of inappropriate ADH secretion Lower-than-normal measurements may indicate: Aldosteronism (very rare) Diabetes insipidus (rare) ...
  9. ... than normal results may indicate conditions such as Addison disease, congestive heart failure or shock. Lower-than-normal ...
  10. ... rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus , and Sjögren syndrome Addison disease Down syndrome Intestinal cancer Intestinal lymphoma Lactose intolerance ...
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