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Hi, again....it's nice to talk with a nurse. Thanks for the question. You may be onto something considering a pituitary cause. Your question got to me as an ophthalmologist because we are ofenn the first docs to pick up on the pit abnormalities. Actually a standard visual field test done at the time of a complete eye exam can detect abnornalities that lead to a confirmed diagnosis. And of course you know that blood studies and a cat scan will be involved. Does that make sense so far and what additional questions may I help you with?
I'm so glad this has helped. Also you might think about seeing an ophthalmologist because you really need to be checked out on your eyes anyway. If he finds anything in your visual fields it would add support for your other doctors to move forward with a pituitary work up. I doubt that it's hereditary. Best wishes .
That sounds like the correct course.
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Thank you and best wishes.