Hi I am knew to all of this but just concerned. I have have just been diagnosed with a fibroid and I am awaiting a hysterectomy. I also have been having a pressure in my head and nausea. They have sent me for a CT scan which has shown signs of intracranial hypertension. I have to wait now to see both gynaecology and neurology. Does anyone out there think there may be a connection and if so is there anything they can advise me to ask , thanks
Hi thanks for getting back. I havent been diagnosed with any tumour on my pituitary gland I have only just a CT which showed the intracranial hypertension and a empty pituitary gland which can be caused by tumours so just was wondering if anyone had any connection between thngs going on in the brain and in the womb or is it maybe coincidence. The Neurologist from Walton sent me for a CT scan and I presume he wants to see me to discuss his findings and a way forward so I was just hoping to be reassured a little :)
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