I don't know if this is in the right place, but here-goes...
I have an enlarged forehead; I always thought it might just be me being critical of myself but a recent picture of me shows just how protruding it seems with the proper facial angle: it is also farther protruding on the left than the right. I'm slightly overweight so my hands and feet might appear to be big, but my mothers hands are short and chubby like mine; I'm also of an average height (5'10"); this appears to rule out acromegaly, but I don't know anything for sure. Is there some deficiency that causes this protrusion, and can it be stopped or reversed? By reversed I mean any kind of surgery to fix it?
You should then start with a regular endo but they are generally not qualified to treat pituitary. So find a university or larger hospital as they generally will have a pituitary center there. Atlanta has, to my knowledge, several. But I don't know how good they are.
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