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Thank you for that, I hope the specialist changes my medication as you kindly suggest. However, we appear to be treating the symptoms rather than the cause. I would be grateful if you could answer me the following concerns. What causes symptoms like these to start?
Can they be cured?
Are they life-threatening?
It's been suggested that these symptoms may clear up of their own accord. In your experience is this correct?
Will I be able to come off the medication if they do clear up?
Am I barking up the wrong tree to think my adrenal glands are mis-firing?
Is this heart disease or signals that the heart is receiving?
I have and have lived a very healthy lifestyle, don't smoke, drink very little alcohol - maybe a pint of beer a month, no cholestoral problems, eat healthily, not overweight, so very disappointed with what's happening. I'll be grateful for any advice you can give me to get this cleared up if at all possible. Or have I had it? I don't feel I'm getting solutions from my GP at the moment.
Dear Dr. Phil,
Thank you for reassuring me. I am so used to being fit and healthy that when something appears to be faulty I get concerned. Increased risk of stroke etc. with this particular condition?
However, you've just about put my mind at rest and I'll try to stop worrying about it. I suppose I'm now one of the 'worried well' brigade!
I already gave you an 'Excellent' rating after my last communication so I'll say goodbye and thank you again for your time.