Does Premature Ovarian Failure cause Pituitary Hyperplasia??? Can lack of T3 be similar to untreated thyroid condition???
I was diagnosed with Premature Ovarian Failure in 2005, I was 25, although it's actually been going on since I was 13.
I have now been diagnosed with Pituitary Hyperplasia ( at first they thought it was a tumor, then they weren't sure, now..) All the Doc told me today was ...He can't diagnose what is causing the Pit. Hyperplasia. There's got to be a reason!!!?
Just wondering if anyone knows anything about these?
Does Premature Ovarian Failure cause Pituitary Hyperplasia?
I see that untreated hypothyroidism can cause it but when I was diagnosed with the thyroid condition it was immediately medicated and I am now on Nature Throid. Could being only on Synthroid for 5+ years been similar to being untreated since I wasn't getting T3??
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