... was a complete success, but the post op radiation treatment knocked out my pituitary. The endocrinologist said I would be on it for life (along with levothyroxine), and said that I MUST continue taking it or I risk "crashing". Is there any way to get a lifetime prescription so that if I ever have to change providers I can still obtain it?
I have been prescribed prednisone as a result of a craniopharyngioma eight years ago. The operation?
- 18 days ago by Ragnarok1958
- underactive thyroid, adrenocortical insufficiency, levothyroxine, prednisone, hypothyroidism, prescription, radiation, endocrinology, treatment, operation
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