A story of how Kieley coped with her early symptoms during the pregnancy of her first child.
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Ten years ago I was diagnosed with a tumour on my pituitary gland that was causing a disease called acromegaly.
A normal life disrupted by acromegaly, but managed effectively. Michael’s story.
The question came in July 2004 from the consultant who had been trying to treat my high blood glucose levels and sudden very high blood pressure. I didn't know that adult feet do not continue to grow...
Pituitary patient Dan Jeffries has recently published an autobiography "Me, Myself and Eye" which includes references about living with Acromegaly.
I had three head injuries between 1972 and 2003: an accident when I was driving a truck in 1972, a violent assault in 1985 when I had a basal skull fracture, and the third head injury in 2003.
Late last year I became aware that I had developed blurred vision in my left eye....
Be warned, an addisonian crisis can creep up on you without you noticing!
A story of delayed diagnosis of Cushing's and the effects of the illness. The story starts some eight years before Shirley was, at last, diagnosed with Cushing’s disease; that would be 1997.
Young Isabella Andrews was born with a non-functioning pituitary gland. Here mum Kelly tells us her story.