24 Hours A&E

Fantastic television coverage of a patient diagnosed with a pituitary tumour. Watch the epidose and listen to Sarah’s story. Series 3 episode 13 http://www.channel4.com/programmes/24-hours-in-ae/4od#3543609 Please note that i had most of my pituitary tumour removed in November 2012. Then in the last 4 months whatever residual tumour remained became active and caused a secondary condition Acromegaly …

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Fully recovered and ready for action

Just a quick note to say things are all back to normal. For those interested in my recovery post surgery, i was back at work four weeks after surgery and back running eight weeks after surgery I also changed careers and went back into Health and Fitness as a Manager just three months after my …

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Christmas morning

So what’s been happening and how are things? Well to be honest since being told that i had to wait until mid-late feb for the next round of tests i have been sort of struggling with all the “what if”s” and “what do i do now” questions that have been buzzing around my head. In …

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What was i saying?

Oh yes, so I’ve been free of medication for a couple of weeks now and it’s 2 weeks + 6 days until i have surgery. However, this last 2-3 weeks I’ve noticed further changes in my motivation, concentration and memory. Been reading up and it seems that some people do experience this with pituitary tumours. …

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