Glad this is of help to you. It took 35 years of illness and tests to find out that I had Addison's Disease.
I list some of my main resources on the blog
The first three resources have really been a big help to me. I also study many, many online articles about Addison's Disease, but a lot of what I share is from my own experience. I study, compare to what I experience, then summarize it all. My hope is that it will help others live a better life even though they have low adrenal function.
I also could not find an endocrinologist who could help me. All they were worried about was that I wouldn't become a diabetic, which would only occur if the level of cortisone was too high. I was having trouble with low blood sugar. Since I don't produce any cortisone, I was in little danger or becoming a diabetic. I was in danger though of going into shock (Crisis) from low blood sugar. They wanted me to cut my hydrocortisone so, of course, I became very ill. I stayed with my doctor who listens to me and carefully monitors my condition. Few doctors know much about how to treat Addison's Disease or want to even try. I would be honored if your doctor read this material.