Hi Wayne and all! Just a Q about your long term cortisone replacement. Since you've been on it for so many years, i'd guess you've found the right dose for yourself and the best way to separate the doses etc. Something i wondered, they say people with complete adrenal insufficiency or addisons need to carry around an 'adrenal crisis kit' containing an injection of solu-cortef in case of severe immediate stress. Have you personally ever had such a stressful event that has required immediate injection? Say car accident etc? How about less stressful events? What if you had to run from something all of a sudden, or say almost hit a kid/animal in your car slamming on the brakes? I just wonder where the line is that requires the injection. Also see my other post on Duocort - new once a day cortisone therapy for adrenal insufficiency that looks extremely good for anyone on long term replacement! Take care. ~Chris.