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When you are diagnosed with Cushing's disease, it's important to understand your disease — how it progresses, how symptoms can be managed, and how the excess levels of hormones can affect your emotions and your life. That's why this site was created. It provides detailed information about how Cushing's disease is diagnosed and the different ways it can affect people. If you think you could have Cushing's disease, speak to your doctor—it will help you get diagnosed. If you think you could have Cushing's disease or if you have already been diagnosed, www.CushingsDisease.com may help you feel better prepared to take control of your disease. Click on any of the above tabs to get started.
I want to know more about Cushing's disease.
Cushing's disease is a rare disorder that is typically discovered by a doctor. Click here to learn more about the cause of Cushing's disease and its medical effects (signs, symptoms, long-term consequences).
I want to know how Cushing's disease is diagnosed.
Several factors can make it difficult to diagnose Cushing's disease, which means the diagnosis can be delayed for years in some cases. Some people may find that they have "Cushing's-like" symptoms but do not actually have Cushing's disease. Click here to learn more about how a doctor determines whether you have Cushing's disease.