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Can fibromyalgia affect the adrenal glands?

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... Fibro is known to affect the adrenal glands. It causes more of an adrenal dysfunction where too much or too little stress hormones (such as cortisol) are released during stress to the body instead of the "normal" amounts in those without FM. Adrenal insufficiency has other causes and your doctor can review any questions or concerns regarding your adrenal glands. ...

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