Pituitary disease in children - Doctor answers
Problems: Sorry you have problems but without knowing what they are it's unlikely you'll get a lot of advice here. Even knowing what you say they are, your help will come from your doctors more than out here. ...Read more
Are high LH (90 MIU/ML) and FSH (168 MIU/ML) in a post menopausal woman indicative of pituitary disease? (Normal Prolactin, Cortisol (am), TSH)
I have ess with high prolactin levels. I have vision problems, chronic fatigue, muscle weakness. I believe I have pituitary disease. What should I do?
Pituitary disorder: Check with your physician for adequate diagnosis and treatment. You could be right. However, there could be many other possibilities. ...Read more
Tumors or: Aneurysms enlarge and cause direct pressure - cranioharyngioma for one. Histiocytosis x is an oddity that can cause diabetis insipidus. The "master gland" regulates many endocrine functions leading to over or underproductions. ...Read more
1 in 5: Almost 20% may have pituitary tumors but most will remain undetected as they do not cause any symptoms. Those that grow large enough to cause symptoms due to size or secrete enough of one of many hormones that the pituitary normally secretes may need to be treated with medicines or surgery. Prognosis is generally good. Visit: http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001723/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pituitary disease: The hypothalamus and pituitary work together to regulate many functions in the body, including hormonal regulation. Diseases can causes hormone deficiency or excess. Some of the hormones regulated are the thyroid, growth hormone, prolactin, (breastfeeding hormone) testosterone or estrogen, and cortisol. ...Read more
Adrenal or pituitary: What is the cause of your addison's? If the adrenals have failed, then the pituitary may be working fine, but the pituitary acth cannot stimulate a dead adrenal. If the pituitary is the cause of the addison's, then other hormones may also be affected. Best to discuss with your endocrinologist. ...Read more
No: A pituitary tumor or adenoma is associated with Cushing's disease when condition has several changes in the body secondary to hormonal disorder caused by prolonged exposure to the cortisol. It produces masculinizing effects and eventual humping of the back with frequent emotional changes. It has been associated with long-term use of corticosteroid, an adrenal tumor or pituitary lesion. ...Read more
Pituitary adenoma caused cushing's disease, removed 3/12. Prior: 224 lbs, 5'2", current: 150 lbs. Goal: 115 lbs. I work out. Surgery for excess skin?
It depends: If the tumor produces an excess of acth which is a hormone you may develop all or part of cushing's syndrome. If the tumor is not producing hormones you may not. There are simple blood tests which will help to answer your question. See an endocrinologist or a neurologist for appropriate work up and treatment options. ...Read more
What autoimmune or infiltrative diseases affect the pituitary gland? Being worked up for pituitary hyperplasia and hyperprolactinemia. Virgin. 22yo.
I have all the symptoms of Cushing's Disease, but my MRI shows a small pituitary gland. If my pituitary gland is small, why do I have a buffalo hump?
Look like Cushing's: Cushing's is diagnosed by demonstrating inappropriately elevated cortisol with blood, urine and saliva tests. Although pituitary tumors are the most common cause, adrenal and other tumors can do this. However, many people look like they have Cushing's but don't; Many people with metabolic syndrome have a cushingoid appearance. See your Endocrinologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does having addison disease means a shorter life span? My endocrinologist suspects I have it because I have a pituitary tumor. Thanks.
Addison's disease: Addison's disease is adrenal insufficiency due to adrenal disease and not due to pitutary disease and in the latter there is no trouble handling salt balance your son is unlikely to have a pitutary tumour and addison's together there are some adrenal rumors associated with pitutary tumor but different type. ...Read more
Here's an MRI album of my pituitary gland. Https://imageshack. Com/a/Ghiz/1 I need a neurosurgeon to inspect these for a tumor & say which pic & where. I also have symptoms of Cushing's Disease.
I am an ENDOCRINOLOGIST, and you do have a pituitary Macro-Adenoma. The quality of your films on-line is not optimal.
This is not a simple entity. You should be taken care of at a medical center with a great neurosurgeon, or at least a well trained endocrinologist. You need a series or laboratory tests... SOON!! ...Read more