Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia is a genetic defect of the adrenal glands.
hi Adeerni, What country are you in? "Hisone" or "Hysone" is a brand name used in India for hydrocortisone sulfate, or simply "hydrocortisone and it should be available everywhere.
Hi there, iam the mother of CAH child. Right now i have accepted about my child disorder. My son get simple virilisation type. But now i am confused about the drug (hysone), because that drug not available in my country, really difficult to get that drug. Please help me and our group (the name is kahaki) to get that drug.
Thanks HopeSuzanne for your upbeat contribution! Even though I have classical CAH, these days I feel that it is the least of my worries as I have so much other health stuff going on. Whether CAH has contributed to these other diagnoses I don't know, but I think I am stuck with them for the long haul! Oh well! I do try and keep positive though with a smile on my face, which can fool most of the people most of the time!! Have a great day everyone! Syz
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