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250,000 Americans are diagnosed with adrenal insufficiency. 6,000,000 more are considered to be adrenal insufficient yet remain undiagnosed

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What is Adrenal Insufficiency and How We Help?

Adrenal Insufficiency occurs when the body is unable to produce enough cortisol - a hormone which helps maintain essential functions such as blood pressure, heart muscle tone, and more. Just as a diabetic must take insulin, those with AI must take cortisol replacements to live. During times of stress, your body needs even more cortisol for these vital functions or it can lead to adrenal crisis. An adrenal crisis can lead to shock, heart failure, disability and even death - and until the cortisol levels are normalized with Solu-Cortef®, treatments for the other issues won’t be effective.

At AI United, we are working to create: awareness among the public of the issues; support and education for those affected; and, emergency protocols for healthcare professionals to better recognize and effectively respond when someone with AI needs help.

Learn more about how you can help (connect to a “help us” type of page with different options: petition; give money; crowdfunding etc)

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  1. Get an Emergency Kit
  2. Raise Funds
  3. State Report Card
  4. Raise Awareness


Protect yourself or someone you love with AI in case of emergency.
Kits include: information cards, decals, stickers and more to be ready “just in case” to alert those needing to provide care for you.

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Want to help us with your own fundraiser event or activity?
Crowdfunding coming soon!


What is your state doing to support those with AI? Compare how your state is doing in relation to others across the country

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Ensure those with AI get the appropriate care and support they need.
Sign the petition here!

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I was thankful to have a name and a treatment for what has spent destroying me heart, mind, body and soul. I had a chance to live again. At the time I didn't realize how difficult this journey would be. I’m still falling, but I keep getting up. A few days after treatment began I started feeling like my old self again. I traveled, climbed and adventured the rest of the summer. Yet, this will be where my story will continue. My adventures with Addison’s disease. . . . I must thank my dear friends and new family on a support site for people with adrenal insufficiency. . . . Life is beautiful and I will never forget that.

Eva Hernandez

My husband, daughter and I thank you everyday for what you have done for our daughter. Before Massachusetts required every EMS to be trained and carry this medication she could only be 10 minutes away from us. Now she lives a pretty normal life and we don't have the fear and anxiety we once had. I thank you from the bottom of my heart!!

Anonymous Mother

“Better to be safe than sorry” was something my Mom used to tell me. Never knew how right she was until my 5 year old daughter got so excited at Disney World she had an adrenal crisis. I was so beside myself with worry, not sure I could have given clear information to the paramedic. Luckily, in preparation for the trip I had bought an emergency kit. The laminated card of information in my wallet gave the emergency team everything they needed to know how to help her. Thank you!

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