- Treatment of Addison's disease involves replacing, or substituting, the hormones that the adrenal glands are not making.
- Cortisol is replaced orally with hydrocortisone tablets, a synthetic glucocorticoid, taken once or twice a day.
- If aldosterone is also deficient, it is replaced with oral doses of a mineralocorticoid called fludrocortisone acetate
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