If they also complain of low energy, constipation, menorrhagia or weight gain consider hypothyroidism.

If they also complain of thirst, polyuria, nausea, constipation or indigestion, consider hypercalcaemia.

If they have developed muscle weakness, weight gain and thinned or red skin consider Cushing’s syndrome.

If they have developed increased skin pigmentation, lost weight, have a low serum sodium, or feel nauseated or dizzy consider Addison’s disease.

If they have also lost their libido, or developed erectile dysfunction consider hypogonadism, or hypopituitarism.

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