hello I am a female that is 25 almost 26. For the past few years since i was 19 I have had severe fatigue..NOT tiredness...headaches that feel like pressure in my brain(like its pushing on all sides of my skull), constant thirst, blurry vision, clumsiness, shakiness, mood swings..and food makes me feel really bad. I have been diagnosed with a small microadnoma pituitary tumor that is just the size of a pea. All my blood work is normal...so they sent me through tests to be checked for ms because occasionally I will have numbness and tingliness. I have a tendency to be irrational sometimes or emotiona..depressed because of how bad I feel. tests for ms came back neg. Doc keep telling me this tumor is not causing my symptoms..not the headaches or anything!! I am so tired of feeling bad and not having any answers...I have noticed low blood pressure also...but they say thats not the issue either...I am desperate for opinions advice or anything you can do to help...I need to know if that pituitary could cause any of these symptoms...I just found out about it almost a year ago..but I felt bad long before then! ThanksReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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