I have been through so many doctors and finally we thought we figured out what it could be. So I had my Endocrinologist run my cortisol and ACTH levels. They both came back low..ok. So now we do a Cortrosyn stimulation test and it comes back normal. And nothing further. I was told that since I am overweight that I couldn't possibly have a pituitary issue. Yet I keep finding information to the contrary. I have now seen 2 endocrinologists that say the same thing. Am I crazy or do they just refuse to look at what could be the problem??? I have extreme fatigue, generalized pain, fibromyalgia, hard to sleep at night, along with a laundry list of other problems. Just want some feedback. My PCP thinks it is Hypopituitarism. Go figure....she is the only one!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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