I've been looking for a way to keep track of my current medical treatment. I have a prolactin secreting pituitary tumor which is responding to treatment. While my endocrinologist is very good at keeping me informed with test results in writing, I'd like a way to see the progress at a glance, without having to dig through a file.
I don't know if some form of MRI tracker would be possible as well, to keep track of the tumor size.
I would appreciate any information on how to keep track of this information in a user friendly format for personal use.
I would also like to be able to track Prolactin levels. I know pituitary tumors vary greatly from non-secreting to causing problems with the various hormones. I would like to see a way to track the various hormone levels.
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