Would extremely low estrogen and headaches behind my eyes be a symptom of pituitary tumor?

Unlikely. While you can get pituitary hormone abnormalities with tumors of the gland, your symptoms most likely have a source outside of the head.

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I have extreme fatigue, and lately I have been getting headaches. Right now I have one so bad that it hurts to move eyes and pain relievers don't help possible pituitary tumor?

Pituitary tumors. While any tumor could cause headaches, pituitary tumors are typically rather small and do not cause headaches. Pituitary tumors are identified for hormonal effects and some cases, changes in vision. Read more...
Sinusitis. A pituitary tumor gives other symptoms that you did not list. It may also affect your visual fields. It does not usually cause pain with eye movements. Read more...

Does a pituitary tumor cause lightheadedness, headache and blurry vision and increased floaters? What are the symptoms?

Possible. You obviously need an examination with visual field testing by your eyecare physician. With that data doc could address your questions. Pituitary tumors require medical team approach. Not internet info. Read more...

Could my 7 months of fatigue, headaches, low testosterone/eye pressure & earaches be due to pituitary tumor? Aren't they generally not life threatening

YES AND NO. The most common pituitary tumors tend to be benign but can affect hormones and sometimes need to be removed if they get too big. It may be time to have a good examination of your visual fields, a recheck of your thyroid function and perhaps a look at growth Hormone, LH, FSH, Prolactin and an MRI. Read more...