I do not, and I'm doing all I can not to have it. I have Addison's, and that in turn was probably caused by undiagnosed/untreated celiac, which I've probably had since I was a little kid. Low T can be an Addison's thing, though it isn't always -- your adrenals make some T. In many men the testes compensate. But they don't always compensate enough, and as we age we end up needing extra.
Paleo: See above. My gf calls it the "all meat and produce diet", which is pretty accurate. It changes lives -- many people see allergies fade and chronic conditions they didn't quite realize they had go into remission -- and it's very good for anyone dealing with autoimmune stuff. (It's big in both the Crossfit and the multiple sclerosis communities, which gives you some idea of the scope of the effects.) If I were a doc, I'd refuse to even listen to anyone talking about "adrenal fatigue" unless they had been eating a junk-free diet for at least a few weeks. See these sites for much more good info:
http://robbwolf.com/ (Robb is great. Get his book.)
http://www.marksdailyapple.com/ (Mark calls his approach "primal" and is a bit more permissive than some paleo folks. Still works very well for most.)