I have shooting pains in my head everyday and constant pressure. my testosterone is low and my prolactin is high, i've had everyday headaches for 6 years. i had a tumer on my pituitary gland and was removed 3 years ago. iwas pain free for 4 months but now there back. docs have tried a number of meds and nothing works.View Thread
I have had chronic headaches everyday for 6 years, i had a tumer on my pitutary galand that was removed 3 years ago and was pain free for about 4 months,but they came back. my pprolactin level is high and my testosterone is low. ive been on testosterone foe a couple of weeks now and it has'nt helped yet. the meds for prolactin level made them extremly worse. migrane meds also make them worse. i have shooting pains in diff parts of my head and constant pressure everyday. i see a number of docs, and i don't know if i will ever find the answer.View Thread
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