Support for Those Living with Adrenal Insufficiency

Monthly archive for May 2016

Learning to Live with a Monster

The Monster that Lives in our house is Green, Hairy and very, very angry. He is constantly asking for more and more of us, and no matter what we do to help alleviate his frustration and anger he continues to roar louder. Some days he flashes his

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Scarlett’s Story: Recovering from an Adrenal Crisis

Our beautiful daughter, Scarlett Adelaide was born on the 26th of October 2007. At about 72hrs old, the doctor at the hospital noticed and told us ‘uummm, I don’t know how to say this, but there’s something really wrong with your child’. After a week of tests, tears

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We have a problem.

250,000 Americans are diagnosed with adrenal insufficiency. 6,000,000 more are considered to be adrenal insufficient yet remain undiagnosed.

Recent News and Events

  • What Constitutes an Emergency
    What Constitutes an Emergency
    October 12, 2017 by
    by Sarah Reilley   Read more from her blog @ Spoons and Adrenals As we all know, adrenal crisis is a life or death situation.  Without immediate, proper care, there’s a very small window to correct the crisis before coma, brain damage, and death occur.  Not every emergency...
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  • Conference on Adrenal Insufficiency
    Conference on Adrenal Insufficiency
    October 1, 2017 by
    Registration for AIU’s first ever conference devoted to adrenal insufficiency is now open! We are thrilled to open registration for our March 23-25 conference held in Kansas City, MO.      With an amazing line up of professionals addressing a wide range of topics this conference is not to...
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