A 39-year-old female asked:

I had pituitary surgery for cushing's disease and have been adrenal insufficient for 10 months, but my high blood pressure has suddenly returned. ?

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Dr. Alan Feldman
43 years experience
Possible recurrence: If you previously had resolution of high blood pressure following pituitary surgery for Cushings, and it has returned, you need to be evaluated to see if the Cushings has also returned. It is also possible that you are on too much adrenal steroid replacement.
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