I had to stop taking cabergoline. Months ago im stlll waking up with headaches. Nausea & vertigo daily
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I was diagnosed with a prolactinoma in May. Since then ive had anaphylaxsis twice and been diagnosed with, RA, Sjorgens, SLE, & psoriatic arthritis. And also hypothyrodism. I cant get any of my Drs to listen to me but i logically think these could all be related. Any suggestions? Ive found articles online that suggest prolactin does play a factor in auto immunity..
Hopefully they ran a full ENA Panel. My ANA was over negative. But my SSb-La was positive. Which is rarer but my Dr seems to think i have sjrogens as well. I went thru a 4 month flare up along with anaphylactic shock. Im still not sure what the answers are. If you are covered for it. I wpuld ask your Dr for an epi pen and keep one handy. I had to use one twice and never thought i would. Idiopathic. Tbey never found the source. I had woken up like that no food and or drink involvement. Ive been to allergist. I have mild allergies. But i experienced ucataria for 6 months. Chronic hives, eyes swelling shut etc. I wish you the very best
I have a prolactinoma also. Im in the same boat directly after that and within past 6 months ive been diagnosed with PCOS, sleep apnea, hypothyrodism, sjrogens syndromr & systematic lupus. It all seems to relate back to itm ive never had so many problems in my life. Not too mention cabergoline became toxic to my body and i had hives all day everyday for months & anaphylactic shock. All for something oh its just 2 small tumors. They are benign
Shouldnt cause ya much of a problem. Ive never had the lactating problem. Just my periods stopping. Thank goodness
They also specialize in sjrogens & lupus. The harvard Dr id a rheumatogist and he specializes in sjrogens. He has over 35 years experience. Im pretty confident it is sjrogens it doesnt hurt to double check. Ive had 7 crowns this year.i never heard of it prior. My ssb Ro was 53 my ssb La was only 1.
So far not yet. I have just recently found out about it. My case is being reviewed by a Harvard Dr. That specializes in SS. Just to confirm my Diagnosis. It showed up in my bloodwork. I thought it was more Lupus. But my SS is primary. I had to be off work for a few months. The fatigue severly deteriorated my quality of look life. I have really severe brain fog to the point i can hardly create sentences, talk or comprhend anything. Which i do technical support over the phone for a living. Which ive been at my job 6 years. It has me questioning if i can even continue work with the amount of mistakes ive been making. Its been devestating. I am on Plaquenil now and prednisone. Which really helped the first fee months. Im ferling the effects of brain fog really bad again along with severe aches and pains. After having a non stop flare up for 6 months i thought i was starting to make progress but now i feel like one step forward, 2 steps back. The medication they gave me for the prolactinoma was toxic to my body. So my options are now limited there. I do see a rheumatologist, which i am not sure what he specializes in. This will be my 3rd visiit coming up. My eyes were swelling shut everyday for months and i couldnt get any Drs to listen. Its been a frustrating experience