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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Back at The Christie

Looking forward to my appointment today and hearing what impact the cabergoline has been having on my bloods. Hoping to hear that things are heading in the right way and have a sneaky feeling that the cabergoline is doing its business! You may remember that I recently reported feeling much better, well it was short-lived …

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How did I get on at The Christie?

For those that didn’t know yesterday was my first appointment at The Christie with The Professor and his lovely colleagues within the Endocrine unit. On arrival at the hospital (went with sister, mum, dad and girlfriend) i was initially struck by the number of poorly patients and secondly by the smile on most if not …

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First MRI Scan

I was really quite impressed with how quick my MRI was made so special thanks to Dr T at the Endocrinology unit at Thomas Linacre Centre in Wigan. All the paperwork came through and it was arranged for today 19th June 2012. I read all the information and admittedly started to worry about this possible tumour in …

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Bloody hell Doctor

Today i went to see Dr T my Endocrinologist at Thomas Linacre centre in Wigan. He told me that he had looked at my initial blood test results and the prolactin levels were really high and that he suspected a pituitary tumour was behind the issue. Went on to say that he would arrange a further …

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