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Print these symptoms to take to your doctor to help with your diagnosis. Check off each day that you have observed this symptom. Rank symptoms on a scale of 1 (present, but not bad), 2 (fair), 3 (bad) and 4 (unbearable!). Also helpful to take are any past medical records; pictures of yourself when you were thinner, had more hair, no straie, etc.
Note: Not every patient has every symptom. Do not attempt to diagnose yourself.
This list is a partial checklist of frequently-noticed symptoms. Carefully filling out this checklist and taking it to your medical personnel can be an important first step in getting appropriate testing and the proper medical diagnosis. Please show this to your qualified medical personnel.
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Download the Cushing's Journal in Excel format
NOTE: This Checklist© is compiled from several sources, both online and offline.
If using this Checklist© in another publication, please include a link back to this page, if on the web; or the URL (http://www.cushings-help.com) in publications; the name Mary Kelly O'Connor, editor and founder of Cushings-Help.com
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