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Treatment for low cortisol levels, which are typically caused by Addison's disease, involves taking synthetic hydrocortisone tablets once or twice per day, explains MedicineNet.com. In pregnant women who cannot tolerate ... More »

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Effects of low cortisol levels include fatigue, muscle weakness, poor appetite, weight loss and abdominal pain. Cortisol, an adrenal hormone that affects almost every cell and organ in the body, is responsible for helpin... More »

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Symptoms of low cortisol include nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, fever and joint pain, states Healthline. Other symptoms of low cortisol are loss of appetite, dramatic changes in blood pressure, weakness, chills and fa... More »

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