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eupituitary - what does this mean?

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selfishmum Thu 09-Dec-10 15:00:01

had a copy of a letter from the hospital written to my GP which states that I 'appear eupituitary' ???

I've tried googling but can't figure out what it means...any ideas please?

doozle Thu 09-Dec-10 15:03:00

I wonder if it means your pituitary gland is normal.

I get told sometimes I'm euthyroid, which means my thyroid is currently working normally.

I'm generally "hypothyroid" when my thyroid is underactive

selfishmum Thu 09-Dec-10 15:37:10

great thanks, that would make sense!

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