You may not have any symptoms. If symptoms occur, they may include:
Symptoms vary from person to person. They also depend on your age and what caused the syndrome. Symptoms may look like other health problems. Always see your health care provider for a diagnosis.
Your health care provider will ask about your past health and do a physical exam. You may also need these tests:
Your health care provider will figure out the best treatment for you based on:
You may not need treatment if you do not have any symptoms, and if your pituitary gland is not enlarged. Your health care provider will treat any hormone problems with hormone replacement.
Tips to help you get the most from a visit to your health care provider: