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 Do pituitary tumors cause fevers?

Answer Fevers are rarely associated with pituitary tumors. Common symptoms of a non-functioning pituitary gland are vision loss, headache, hair loss, lower sex drive, changes in menstruation or lactation ... Read More »
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Can stress cause pituitary tumors?

On One Hand: Stress May Cause TumorsThe pituitary gland is central to the body's manifestation and regulation of stress, which it uses to respond to perceived threats. Some experts believe that an ... Read More »
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Fevers and headaches?

Headaches and fevers are usually due to lack of sleep, an unbalanced diet, loud noise, not drinking enough water or high temperatures. Do any of these sound like something that might relate you you... Read More »
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Pituitary Cushing's Disease?

Cushing's disease occurs when a dog's glands produce and release too much cortisol, which then leads to the body react in certain ways--increased thirst, increased urination and nervousness. Cushin... Read More »
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What is the most likely cause of unexplained fevers in a child?

It could be an indication of Liver infections, such as hepatitis Biliary cirrhosis Gallstones Anatomic abnormalities of the intestines or bile ducts present at birth (congenital) Inborn errors of ... Read More »
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