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Pituitary Gland And Ovarian Cyst
Rathke's: Rathke's cyst are remnants from embryonic development. Just cysts, typically not a problem; however, if large perhaps can compress the pituitary and lead to some endocrine dysfunction. Check with an endocrinologist to see if this is the case. ...Read more
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Only prolactinomas: A cystic lump seen in the pituitary region on a MRI scan may represent one of several different types of growths: a cystic pituitary adenoma, craniopharyngioma, rathke cleft cyst, or others that are less common. Of these different types of pituitary growths, only a specific type of pituitary adenoma that makes prolactin (i.e. Prolactinoma) responds to medication. The others need surgical therapy. ...Read more
Can the ovarian cysts cause extreme need for sleep and fullet areolas and more montgomery glands?also back pain?
Polycystic: Ovarian Disease (PCOD) can present with a number of complaints related to the HORMONAL abnormalities associated with it! I hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
Brain MRI showed very tiny pituitary gland cyst, didnt mention any treatments is this safe? worried that its a tumour?!
Its normal: Its normal. Don't worry be happyGet a more detailed answer ›
I have a 15 cm dermoid cyst in my supersellar region of my brain, sitting on my pituitary gland. what is the removal technique for this? it is not disrupting any brain activity at this time. ( I am waiting to hear from a neurosurgeon after having an mri a
I was diagnosed with a 4.2x4.3 non hormone secreting pituitary tumor back in Feb. Now I have a 3.2cm ovarian cyst. Are they related?
I was diagnosed@39 with primary hypoglonadism and secondary pituitary gland failure.After several hormone tests I am only viable for IVF.@36 I was told I have premature ovarian failure.with the primary hypoglonadism have I always been infertile?I have nev
Need more informatio: It seems like you have a lot of issues at play. Maybe you can set up a consult to discuss this further Best Wishes Dr M ...Read more
I have really sensitive breasts, Montgomery glands noticeable, right lower back pain, but I have ovarian cysts. Could I be pregnant?
44 y.o. F, nausea w/o vomiting for 3 wks, some aching glands, flatulence approx. 1 mo., history of ovarian cysts, abdom. pain past 3 mo. - related?
Maybe maybe not: This sounds more like a gastrointestinal issue than an ovarian issue especially with the increase flatulence. A lot of women have IBS in addition to GYN problems. Excessive bowel activity (lower) can also increase nausea. Of course if its possible for you to be pregnant, please check a pregnancy test. A large cyst with torsion would cause pain and vomitting. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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