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She was diagnosed with Addison's Disease over 15yrs ago. Now her endocrine, a new one by the way, is hinting that she never had Addison's to begin with. He will not come right out and say it. Now that she is getting older I am having to step in and help when and where I can. Her has been in extremely poor health this whole time. And has been disabled. Her DR's do not seem to be much help and she is a difficult patient. Her mental function is not what it should be. And between the DR's incompetence and her trying to self diagnosis as well as self medicate, I don't know what to do! Question: If she does not have Addison's Disease is there any way to find out now? Her new endocrine said "doesn't matter if you had it or not, we still have to treat you as if you do". Also, she is showing all the signs of diabetes and kidney failure. But the DR's seem very unwilling to look at or treat these issues. We have tried the "get new DR's" routine with no luck. How much damage has 15yrs of improper medication caused. Thanks in advance for any advice, Dave
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