I was diagnosed with Panhypopituitarism with an Adrenal Deficiency the day after being released from the hospital from being born. I have injected myself roughly 6000+ times with HGH.
Height: 6 foot 4 Age: 18, USA From the wikipedia page: Hypopituitarism is the decreased (hypo) secretion of one or more of the eight hormones normally produced by the pituitary gland at the base of the brain. If there is decreased secretion of most pituitary hormones, the term panhypopituitarism (pan meaning "all") is used. The signs and symptoms of hypopituitarism vary, depending on which hormones are undersecreted and on the underlying cause of the abnormality. The diagnosis of hypopituitarism is made by blood tests, but often specific scans and other investigations are needed to find the underlying cause, such as tumors of the pituitary, and the ideal treatment. Most hormones controlled by the secretions of the pituitary can be replaced by tablets or injections. Hypopituitarism is a rare disease, but may be significantly underdiagnosed in people with previous traumatic brain injury. The first description of the condition was made in 1914 by the German physician Dr Morris Simmonds.
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I was diagnosed after a traumatic seizure that confirmed by various blood tests that something was wrong. I was recently accepted to a great University and have grown to love everything about life. Though I am compelled by my disease, I don't plan to become a doctor. I'm open to any kind of interesting facts/ new data on this disease that 1 out of every 4000 or so children is born with. Ask me absolutely anything about my medication, how the condition has changed my mentally and physically, or just anything in general.
Edit: I got on the front page? Awesome. Keep sending shit in, I was just being an idiot on Steam last night until the wee hours of the morning, and then passed out on the couch really.