Can a concussion cause a pituitary adenoma?

No. Pituitary adenomas are not caused by concussion.
Not That We Know. There is no known connection between these two.

Related Questions

Does pituitary adenoma causes irritaion and angryness? Does it leads to death?

Generally benign. These are ggenerally benign lesions; however can cause over- secredtion of certain brain chemicals, have your physician check, since it is possible that it can cause mood changes. Read more...

Can pituitary adenoma cause forgetfulness?

No. Memory loss is not a symptom of a pituitary adenoma. Even if a pituitary adenoma was causing abnormal production of certain hormones from the pituitary gland, memory loss would not result. Read more...
Not usually. Forgetfulness is not associated with pituitary adenoma. However, a new diagnosis of a pituitary adenoma may cause anxiety, which may lead to trouble concentrating and focusing. Discuss this with your neurosurgeon and/or endocrinologist. Read more...

I have intermittent dizziness that worsens considerably when I have a cold. I have a pituitary adenoma. Can that cause this dizziness and why is it worse when I have a cold?

Not the adenoma. The adenoma doesn't come and go, so symptoms that come and go are unlikely to be from that. It is more likely your inner ear. Consider seeing an ear nose and throat doctor if it is a recurrent problem. Read more...

Besides pituitary adenoma, what might cause a non pregnant female to start lactating?

Medications can. A number of medications can cause breast lactation. Drugs like benzodiazepines are considered. Beast nipple stimulation can also be a cause. Read more...
Medications. There are some medicationss that can interfere with the hormonal axis. Read more...

Could my pituitary adenoma be the cause of eye problem?

Maybe. It depends on the size of the adenoma and the type of eye problem. A neurologist, a good eye exam and an MRI of the pituitary gland could establish whether there is a relationship between the two. Have in mind that eye problems (of all kinds) are very common, so it is important to see what type of visual disturbance you are experiencing before jumping to conclusions. Read more...

Can my pituitary adenoma be the cause of this strange eye problem?

Pituitary adenoma. A pituitary adenoma can cause visual loss, loss of peripheral vision but they need to get fairly large in size to do that - you do not describe your "strange eye" problem so not sure if they are related. Read more...