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  1. Cortisol cream/ Isocort buy where?


    I am using Hydrocorisone cream 15g tube,active ingredient hydrocortisone acetate 1%. The tricky bit is how do I appply the equivelent of 5mg Cortisol per day and whats the most accurate way to measure it out. Also any idea where it should be applied if trying to replace cortisol for adrenal fatigue.

    similarly does anyone know where I can buy in the internet either Hydrocortisol tablets or Isocort form a reputable source who accept credit cards ( I found one in US but no ccards!)


  2. VitaminMD - Home was recommended to me. I just placed an order last week. They called today and said that the credit card info didn't come through on my on-line order. I immediately thought of a scam, but they read off the info that I had entered during the order. I went ahead and gave them my credit card info. They said that I should have the Isocort by Saturday. We'll see...
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by kincaiddave
    VitaminMD - Home was recommended to me. I just placed an order last week. They called today and said that the credit card info didn't come through on my on-line order. I immediately thought of a scam, but they read off the info that I had entered during the order. I went ahead and gave them my credit card info. They said that I should have the Isocort by Saturday. We'll see...
    This is where I get my Isocort and they send me it the first of the month without my having to re ordering it. When you start on this make dam sure you don't run out of it you can have big problems not comming off this dam slow. I keep an extra bottle. Also when you start taking this you need to go slow upping the dose.
    Here is a link on how to start on HC or Isocort.
    Stop The Thyroid Madness » How to treat adrenals–for the patient and their doctors
    Phil

  4. Quote Originally Posted by 1Ainslie
    I am using Hydrocorisone cream 15g tube,active ingredient hydrocortisone acetate 1%. The tricky bit is how do I appply the equivelent of 5mg Cortisol per day and whats the most accurate way to measure it out. Also any idea where it should be applied if trying to replace cortisol for adrenal fatigue.

    similarly does anyone know where I can buy in the internet either Hydrocortisol tablets or Isocort form a reputable source who accept credit cards ( I found one in US but no ccards!)
    What is you exact application for the isocort? Remember, continuous use leads to skin atrophy.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by DeerDeer
    What is you exact application for the isocort? Remember, continuous use leads to skin atrophy.
    Isocort comes in pill form he is trying to get the cortisol out of the OTC creams for rash's to get some cortisol.
    Phil

  6. Quote Originally Posted by pmgamer18
    Isocort comes in pill form he is trying to get the cortisol out of the OTC creams for rash's to get some cortisol.
    Phil
    I'm not sure I am understanding the exact application - he states that he has "adrenal fatigue". How does one know this without actually having baseline cortisol leveles and the results of a cosyntropin stim test - which is where a baseline is measured then an injection given (250mcg of cosyntropin) which should stimulate cortisol production, cortisol levels are then remeasured at 30 and 60 minutes post injection.

    If the cortisol increases by <9 on the stim test then the patient is a nonresponder and treatment is to provide steroids.

    I guess I just need some more info :-)

  7. Quote Originally Posted by DeerDeer
    I'm not sure I am understanding the exact application - he states that he has "adrenal fatigue". How does one know this without actually having baseline cortisol leveles and the results of a cosyntropin stim test - which is where a baseline is measured then an injection given (250mcg of cosyntropin) which should stimulate cortisol production, cortisol levels are then remeasured at 30 and 60 minutes post injection.

    If the cortisol increases by <9 on the stim test then the patient is a nonresponder and treatment is to provide steroids.

    I guess I just need some more info :-)
    Most do a saliva test one like this.
    A C&P.
    LAB WORK from Canary Club, where the saliva test is for a full spectrum: thyroid (TSH, free T3, free T4), adrenals (cortisol and DHEA), estrogen, progesterone, testosterone.
    Canary Club : Environment and Health : Home saliva testing - Diagnos-Techs

    Because most Dr.'s don't believe there is such a thing as Adrenal Fatigue yet in there Phy. Reference Book it states to check Cortisol levels before treating Thyroid.

    A good book out is the Adrenal Fatigue the 21st. Century in the book is a list of questions that can tell you if you have Adrenal Fatigue. Also you can do this.
    Temperature Patterns of low adrenal and thyroid function
    Phil

  8. Quote Originally Posted by pmgamer18
    Most do a saliva test one like this.
    A C&P.
    LAB WORK from Canary Club, where the saliva test is for a full spectrum: thyroid (TSH, free T3, free T4), adrenals (cortisol and DHEA), estrogen, progesterone, testosterone.
    Canary Club : Environment and Health : Home saliva testing - Diagnos-Techs

    Because most Dr.'s don't believe there is such a thing as Adrenal Fatigue yet in there Phy. Reference Book it states to check Cortisol levels before treating Thyroid.

    A good book out is the Adrenal Fatigue the 21st. Century in the book is a list of questions that can tell you if you have Adrenal Fatigue. Also you can do this.
    Temperature Patterns of low adrenal and thyroid function
    Phil
    The cosyntropin stim test will actually evaluate the response of the adrenals to the stimulation (ie a stress) which would determine fi they are responding or not.

    I think it is in his best interest to be fully evaluated by an MD for any other underlying issue, rather than try to interpret the results and treat himself.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by DeerDeer
    The cosyntropin stim test will actually evaluate the response of the adrenals to the stimulation (ie a stress) which would determine fi they are responding or not.

    I think it is in his best interest to be fully evaluated by an MD for any other underlying issue, rather than try to interpret the results and treat himself.
    I agree with you but were do you find a Dr. that will tests and treat this Dr. John will but most can 't get to him. I am telling you if you have problems like this and you test in the low normal range your ok. My morning cortisol levels were 8 and my Dr. told me I am ok. I showed him the book I was reading Adrenal Fatiuge and he blew it off. Most Dr.'s look for Addison's or below normal levels of cortisol. Or Cushing's syndrome above normal levels.

    Hell a lot of people are low Thyroid and Dr.'s don't see this because they go by the labs range yet if on has a TSH over 2 or a Free T3 and Free T4 below mid range they are told there ok when you complain about how bad your feel they tell you your depressed WTF is with that.
    Phil

  10. They only take US c cards,





    Quote Originally Posted by pmgamer18
    This is where I get my Isocort and they send me it the first of the month without my having to re ordering it. When you start on this make dam sure you don't run out of it you can have big problems not comming off this dam slow. I keep an extra bottle. Also when you start taking this you need to go slow upping the dose.
    Here is a link on how to start on HC or Isocort.
    Stop The Thyroid Madness » How to treat adrenals–for the patient and their doctors
    Phil
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by 1Ainslie
    They only take US c cards,
    Can you send them a money order of some other way of paying for it. I sure if you send them a check they would send it to you.
    Try this search.
    Isocort - Google Search
    Phil

  12. Phil
    Thanks for the help, I may end up doing just that.


    Quote Originally Posted by pmgamer18
    Can you send them a money order of some other way of paying for it. I sure if you send them a check they would send it to you.
    Try this search.
    Isocort - Google Search
    Phil

  13. Quote Originally Posted by pmgamer18
    I agree with you but were do you find a Dr. that will tests and treat this Dr. John will but most can 't get to him. I am telling you if you have problems like this and you test in the low normal range your ok. My morning cortisol levels were 8 and my Dr. told me I am ok. I showed him the book I was reading Adrenal Fatiuge and he blew it off. Most Dr.'s look for Addison's or below normal levels of cortisol. Or Cushing's syndrome above normal levels.

    Hell a lot of people are low Thyroid and Dr.'s don't see this because they go by the labs range yet if on has a TSH over 2 or a Free T3 and Free T4 below mid range they are told there ok when you complain about how bad your feel they tell you your depressed WTF is with that.
    Phil
    Amen Phil, Luckily I found a MD that agree that my thyroid is too low for my metabolic functions. The thing that saved me was that I had pre existing free t-4 levels before I got sick to show this was not all in my head. With my ranges in the upper 3/4 ranges vs bottom end of tottem pole now. I tried to apply for social security, because I was so week and today my lawyer saw me after 6 weeks and said "WTF you been doing" I told him i found a dr thar dealt with athleres that was willing to listen and help and understand this was not all in my head as 4 other drs beleives. So he writing a letter stating that my case was easily identified and was properly handled from beginning for court hearing. finally after 2 years I found light !!

  14. I see my Dr. next Tue. everytime I get to the point I feel he can't help me he comes through. Just it is going dam slow I am doing Isocort and feel it's not doing the job and need to get on HC so we will see what happens next Tue.
    Phil

  15. missing isocort and HC seems to be working just fine for me. Its the anxiety from the damn serotonin deficiency from low thyroid causing alot of the major bowel problems. My spincter can not relax. Looking back I brought this on my self because of getting up at 3 am eating nd going back to bed to train at 530 WTF was I thinking !!

  16. Quote Originally Posted by hardasnails1973
    missing isocort and HC seems to be working just fine for me. Its the anxiety from the damn serotonin deficiency from low thyroid causing alot of the major bowel problems. My spincter can not relax. Looking back I brought this on my self because of getting up at 3 am eating nd going back to bed to train at 530 WTF was I thinking !!
    So what is it causing bowel problems I am having problems with this it's not to bad not like water comming out but it's a problem. At first I thought it was the generic Armour I got but stopped it and still have the problem. I take 4 pills of Isocort in the morning before eating this is what I was told to do and I take 2 at noon and 2 at dinner. I started taking it after eating and still have the problem. I have one normol bowel movemen first thing in he morning then 2 to 3 more before noon that are like diarrhea. Is this my Thyroid needs more armour or my low sugar in the mornings upsetting my stomach. How do you take your Isocort. I posted on the Thyroid boards and they feel it's the low cortisol levels and the Isocort is not doing the job a lot of them tried this and did mush better on HC.
    Phil

  17. Thyroid drive serotonin metbolism and with out serotonin melatonin can not be produced. With out melatonin zinc can not be absorbed across the intestinal membrane and with out zinc melatonin can not work. As you can see things are so intertwined. To relax you 200 mgs theanine every 4-6 hours with 500 mgs gaba (break open and dissolve on tongue.) Majortiy of hypothyroid people have altered mineral metabolism which can really start mess up enzymatic reactions. Melatonin increases conversion of t4 to t3 how by increasing zinc absorption (hmm interesting). Bascially you need to put the breaks on your brain chemistry which is causing adrenaline to run rampant which is causing diahreaa.
    Gaba, theanine, P5P, magnesium glycinate, zinc, glycine will help this..

  18. Quote Originally Posted by hardasnails1973
    Thyroid drive serotonin metbolism and with out serotonin melatonin can not be produced. With out melatonin zinc can not be absorbed across the intestinal membrane and with out zinc melatonin can not work. As you can see things are so intertwined. To relax you 200 mgs theanine every 4-6 hours with 500 mgs gaba (break open and dissolve on tongue.) Majortiy of hypothyroid people have altered mineral metabolism which can really start mess up enzymatic reactions. Melatonin increases conversion of t4 to t3 how by increasing zinc absorption (hmm interesting). Bascially you need to put the breaks on your brain chemistry which is causing adrenaline to run rampant which is causing diahreaa.
    Gaba, theanine, P5P, magnesium glycinate, zinc, glycine will help this..
    Thanks I will look into this dam I take some much stuff now I need to check my Vit's to see if any of it is in them first.
    Phil

  19. Phil make things easier
    liver/serotonin/gluthione pathways - samme or TMG, methylcobalin, p5p, folonic acid, zinc
    inhibitory neurotransmitters - gabba, glycine,theanine, magnesium glycinate.

    Magnesium 200mgs 2-4 times a day
    zinc - 30 mgs morning and before bed
    gaba - 500 mgs x3
    glycine 500 mgs x3
    theanine 100-200 mgs x3
    p5p - 50 mgs am and pm
    Tmg - 500 mgs 1/2 before 3 meals
    folonic acid - 800 mcgs breakfast and dinner
    methycobalin 5000 mcgs 1 time
    .500 mcg melatonin time released

    Sunlight hour each day A MUST..
    30 minurtes relaxation any time durinf day with belly breathing emphasized

  20. Quote Originally Posted by hardasnails1973
    Phil make things easier
    liver/serotonin/gluthione pathways - samme or TMG, methylcobalin, p5p, folonic acid, zinc
    inhibitory neurotransmitters - gabba, glycine,theanine, magnesium glycinate.

    Magnesium 200mgs 2-4 times a day
    zinc - 30 mgs morning and before bed
    gaba - 500 mgs x3
    glycine 500 mgs x3
    theanine 100-200 mgs x3
    p5p - 50 mgs am and pm
    Tmg - 500 mgs 1/2 before 3 meals
    folonic acid - 800 mcgs breakfast and dinner
    methycobalin 5000 mcgs 1 time
    .500 mcg melatonin time released

    Sunlight hour each day A MUST..
    30 minurtes relaxation any time durinf day with belly breathing emphasized
    Thanks
    Phil

  21. Quote Originally Posted by 1Ainslie
    I am using Hydrocorisone cream 15g tube,active ingredient hydrocortisone acetate 1%. The tricky bit is how do I appply the equivelent of 5mg Cortisol per day and whats the most accurate way to measure it out. Also any idea where it should be applied if trying to replace cortisol for adrenal fatigue.

    similarly does anyone know where I can buy in the internet either Hydrocortisol tablets or Isocort form a reputable source who accept credit cards ( I found one in US but no ccards!)
    god! just use dexamathasone at 0.5 mg at night,but first take an AM Cortisol blood test and ACTH test.

    by me at cuttingedgemuscle.com

    Water Retention - Cutting Edge Muscle Forums

    Water retention by androgens
    Oswaldo Salcedo (my ruminations)

    HYPOPITUITARISM -> HYPOADRENALISM ->HYPONATREMIA
    ......................... -> HYPOTHYROIDISM ->HYPONATREMIA


    one of the main mechanisms responsible for water retention is induced Hypopituitarism (reduced output of any pituitary hormone) by displaced Glucocorticoids (GC) through Androgens at the GC receptors, acting by antagonist mode, therefore decreasing Corticotropin (ACTH) w/wo decreased Thyrotropin (TSH) release. Subsequent to the ACTH decreased secretion, inhibits cortisol segregation at adrenals (Central Hypoadrenalism - Secondary Adrenal Insufficiency). The cortisol suppression produces in the hypothalamus, vasopressin (AVP) release, also known like anti diuretic hormone (ADH), this way GC insufficiency increases AVP mRNA expression, elevating abnormally, AVP levels, gives an increase in free water retention, decreased sodium pump activity, shift of extracellular sodium into cells and decreased delivery of filtrate to diluting segments of the nephron as a result of decreased glomerular filtration rate and effective renal plasma flow . GC inhibit AVP secretion by impairing AVP gene transcription.
    The possible decreased TSH produces a central hypothyroidism ( trophoprivic, suprathyroid hypothyroidism) , which can contribute more to edema by augmented AVP release at the hypothalamus, decreased atrial natriuretic hormone (ANH), and decreased renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS), diminished salt delivery to the loop of Henle, and hialuronic acid (D-glucoronic acid and N-acetyl-D-glucosamine) and chondroitin sulfate b (L-iduronic acid and N-acetyl-D-galactosamine sulfate) hydrophilic deposits,this two mucopolysaccharides (Glycosaminoglycans, GAGs) which attract water strongly, results in more total body water. Characteristic of hypothyroidism too, is myxedema megacolon; a distended and hanging colon, facial edema and others.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by hardasnails1973
    Thyroid drive serotonin metbolism and with out serotonin melatonin can not be produced. With out melatonin zinc can not be absorbed across the intestinal membrane and with out zinc melatonin can not work. As you can see things are so intertwined. To relax you 200 mgs theanine every 4-6 hours with 500 mgs gaba (break open and dissolve on tongue.) Majortiy of hypothyroid people have altered mineral metabolism which can really start mess up enzymatic reactions. Melatonin increases conversion of t4 to t3 how by increasing zinc absorption (hmm interesting). Bascially you need to put the breaks on your brain chemistry which is causing adrenaline to run rampant which is causing diahreaa.
    Gaba, theanine, P5P, magnesium glycinate, zinc, glycine will help this..
    I really don't understand these claims and how this is substantiated in any way whatsoever. I think we should all be caustious about how we address these issues, each individual is different. I dont see how you can make these direct connections - it is true that hypothyroid individuals have slower metabolism which as a symptom, they should have constipation - I don't knwo how you are linking melatonin with zinc absorption whatsoever.

  23. I guess its time to go dumpster diving again to dig up research articles

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  24. To everyone here, remember you can live without thyroid,you can live without testosterone but you cannot live without the adrenals(known as Addison's disease and before corticosteroids were discovered this disease was fatal).So let's give our dues first and foremost to the adrenals first and take care of them first.

    On a side note pantothenic acid(vitamin B5) is extremely important for adrenal health.Megadosing on this has been shown to increase endurance.

  25. Quote Originally Posted by hardasnails1973
    1.-Thyroid drive serotonin metbolism and with out serotonin melatonin can not be produced. With out melatonin zinc can not be absorbed across the intestinal membrane and with out zinc melatonin can not work. As you can see things are so intertwined. To relax you 200 mgs theanine every 4-6 hours with 500 mgs gaba (break open and dissolve on tongue.) Majortiy of hypothyroid people have altered mineral metabolism which can really start mess up enzymatic reactions. 2.-Melatonin increases conversion of t4 to t3 how by increasing zinc absorption (hmm interesting). Bascially you need to put the breaks on your brain chemistry which is causing adrenaline to run rampant which is causing diahreaa.
    Gaba, theanine, P5P, magnesium glycinate, zinc, glycine will help this..
    1.-All the Contrary (serotonin drives thyroid,without trh there is not t4 nor t3):

    J Physiol, Paris.91(6):307-10.

    Thyroid hormone plasmatic levels in rats treated with serotonin in acute and chronic way.

    Brizzi G, Carella C, Foglia MC, Frigino M.

    Department of Human Physiology and Integrated Biological Functions, Second University of Naples, Italy.

    Many experiments show that serotonin (5-HT) controls thyroidal function at hypothalamic level, inhibiting the TRH secretion. The majority of experiments are done in an acute way, consisting of a single serotonin dose injected intraperitoneally (i.p.) or intracerebroventricularly (ic) with the effect registered after a short time (usually 1 h) as in normal environmental conditions similar to the TSH stimulation test, that consists of transfer of the experimental animals from 30 degrees C to 4 degrees C for 30 min, thus inducing stimulation of the hypothalamus-hypophysis-thyroid axis. The aim of the present research was to study the correlation between 5-HT and the thyroidal function, measuring plasmatic thyroid hormone levels in rats i.p. treated in chronic (injected daily for 10 days with different doses of 5-HT), and in acute way (after 1 h from a single 2.0 mg/kg bw 5-HT dose) in normal environmental conditions to evidence the serotonin site action activity outside the blood-brain barrier. The results of the chronic experiment show an inhibitory effect of 5-HT, on T3 and T4 plasmatic level, only when it is injected at medium doses (0.2 and 0.4 mg/kg bw for T3, and 0.2 for T4).



    2.-
    fatal flaw, hypothyroidism is T4 defficiency,this way,there is not enough t4 to convert to t3.
    Without enough tsh or trh,there is not sufficient t4,central hypothyroidism (trophoprivic, suprathyroid hypothyroidism) if the gland works badly, there is peripheral hypothyroidism (thyroprivic hypothyroidism,peripheral hypothyroidism),it does not matter if there is enough tsh or trh .

    and:

    Eksp Klin Farmakol;60(4):46-9.

    The effect of melatonin and mexamine on the human thyroid under in-vitro conditions

    Rom-Bugolavskaia ES, Shcherbakova VS, Komarova IV.

    In in vitro study of the human euthyroid and thyrotoxic thyroid gland melatonin (N-acetyl-5-methoxytryptamine) and, to a lesser measure mexamine (5-methoxytryptamine) had a dose-dependent inhibiting effect on thyroxine secretion. Moreover, melatonin weakened the TSH stimulating effect in relation to the secretory process in the thymus while mexamine did not. Despite the similarity in the quality of the effect of both methoxyindoles on the release of thyroxine, the mechanism of its realization differs: the action of melatonin is mediated by the adenylate-cyclase-cAMP system, but in the action of mexamine the cAMP-dependent mechanism does not take part. Maintenance of the sensibility of the human thyroid to the effect of TSH is an obligatory condition for realization of the action of both methoxyindoles on the secretory process in it.


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    from L.Zlatos, Pathophysiology of Endocrine System.

    "Thyroid hormone deficiency and successive myxedematous
    infiltration of mucous membranes of
    GIT cause decrease of peristaltic activity, as well
    as of intestinal wall tonus. Decreased peristaltic activity,
    together with the decreased food intake, is
    responsible for the frequent complaint of constipation.
    These intestinal disorders may be extreme,
    leading to fecal impaction and great distention of
    colon (myxedema megacolon). Gaseous distention of
    the abdomen may also occur (myxedema ileus, adynamic
    ileus)."

  26. It all still comes down to hypothalmic dysfunction is the root of majority of problems caused by numberous internal and external factors. Sounding like a broken record "when addressing thyroid issues adrenals must also be addressed before or simulaneously." if you look on thyroid medication information it specifically saids to address the adrenal insufiency first before adminstering thyroid medication

  27. I guess its time to go dumpster diving again to dig up research articles

    Wiley InterScience :: Session Cookies
    This article has nothing to do with your assumption that melatonin affects Zinc absorption - on the contrary, Zinc intake affects melatonin - if you have LOW zink or overstimulate melatonin, you can use up and decrease zinc stores, per the article.


    Quote Originally Posted by FYI777
    To everyone here, remember you can live without thyroid,you can live without testosterone but you cannot live without the adrenals(known as Addison's disease and before corticosteroids were discovered this disease was fatal).So let's give our dues first and foremost to the adrenals first and take care of them first.

    On a side note pantothenic acid(vitamin B5) is extremely important for adrenal health.Megadosing on this has been shown to increase endurance.
    You can live without your adrenals - it would require cortico and mineralocorticoid supplementation. Sometimes individuals in stressfgul situations (ie trauma, surgery) may be adrenally suppressed and require stress level steroids to compensate for hypotension namely.

  28. Quote Originally Posted by hardasnails1973
    It all still comes down to hypothalmic dysfunction is the root of majority of problems caused by numberous internal and external factors. Sounding like a broken record "when addressing thyroid issues adrenals must also be addressed before or simulaneously." if you look on thyroid medication information it specifically saids to address the adrenal insufiency first before adminstering thyroid medication
    if is a central hypothyroidism (secondary-pituitary,tertiary-hypothalamus) yes.

    if is primary it does not matter.

  29. Quote Originally Posted by franke
    if is a central hypothyroidism (secondary-pituitary,tertiary-hypothalamus) yes.

    if is primary it does not matter.
    I agree - then one worries about panhypopituitarism... bad news!

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