Tag Archive: cortisol

Autoimmune in Kids

This is a ridiculously hard thing for parents.  I was one of these kids and it’s not exactly a good time as a kid, and that makes it not a good time for… Continue reading

Y Oh Y Is There A Y Chromosome?

That’s how I started my day.  Seeing if maybe I was wrong by looking for gene identifiers on the Y chromosome.  Since I assume that most of you are far too busy for… Continue reading

A Theory on More Things

My head is spinning again, so it has decided to solve all the problems ever created.   Let’s start off with autoimmune stuff, and particularly Lupus.   Please keep in mind that I’m… Continue reading

Endocrine Changes

I wish I could just sit at home and easily test my endocrine system.  Instead I get to rely on signs and symptoms.  And they suck.   One of the things that happens… Continue reading

Oh Presentation

I’ve spent most of the day coming up with, formatting, and creating a way to display the information necessary to convince research doctors that I deal with on a regular basis that there… Continue reading

What the Cortisol is doing

While I’m in here getting some immunoglobulin, let’s go over what the cortisol is potentially doing. As I briefly explained yesterday, cortisol is a stress hormone that you need. It’s released from the… Continue reading

Theory on Curing A Lot of Things Pt 2

I’ve been going over this all day, so forgive me if i make a spelling mistake.  My brain is almost numb.   Here’s what the theory comes down to:   You have two… Continue reading