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should my sons behaviour be so severe because he has a pituitary tumour
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596605 tn?1369950227
Hi-
I'm sorry about your son.
I've never heard of this behavioral issue as a result of pituitary damage. But sounds like some sort of brain damage could cause it.
There is new forum that has a doctor who is answering questions, so you might try there.
http://www.medhelp.org/forums/Brain--Pituitary-and-Skull-Base-Tumor-Forum/show/994

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765439 tn?1292964014
well i know the pituitary could cause hormones to be out of whack, and hormones could wreck havoc on behavior...so maybe?
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