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Where is it, what is it? What does it do? This great article will give you the basics on the pituitary gland and its functions.
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- Vision problems
- Unexplained weight gain
- Loss of libido
- Feeling dizzy and nauseous
- Pale complexion
- Muscle wasting
Helping recognise pituitary symptoms and leading you to diagnosis and testing, this article has some great information.
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If your GP suspects a pituitary problem, they should refer you to an endocrinologist for further investigations.
It is very important and we strongly recommend that you be referred to an endocrinologist who specialises in pituitary conditions.
Read the full article on treatment of pituitary conditions
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