Message Number: FHL8797 | New FHL Archives Search
From: "Karen McCabe"
Date: 2009-04-29 18:02:52 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: What should I do?

--- In, "possum1213" <gator524@...> wrote:
> I have to agree. My vet is very good at removing diseased adrenal glands, including those encompassing the vena cava, the liver, and a kidney. I have a very good success rate.

I think my point is being missed. As I've stated before, even when both glands are completely removed fat tissue can begin to respond and
start producing sex hormones. When adrenal surgery fails to cure it isn't fair to place blame on the surgeon, which many seem to do.

Karen McCabe

[Moderator's request:
Fat does produce estrogen, but does it act in response to
LH or FSH, or are you just saying that perhaps it might?
Supportive studies, please?]


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