Even less.

What I know, that is.

Phonecalls were made to both the endocrinologist and the nephrologist. I’m no more enlightened than I was before.

Here’s the short version: The endo, who has said this before, doesn’t think my tests are indicative of garden-variety primary aldosteronism. But, he doesn’t know what they are indicative of; everything else he has tested has come back negative.

The nephro is convinced that it’s still plain old PA. But, since my tumor is on the LEFT and the tests show the RIGHT is messed up, he doesn’t know what the next step should be.

As for the patient? She is really, really frustrated that the so-called experts can’t even agree with each other.

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