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I could use some medical community input on a puzzle. My daughter 44yrs. mother of 3 biological children and 2 adopted. For the past 8 mos. or longer has been back and forth with doctors. She has been experiencing hoarseness and sore throat near close of business day, every day and headaches. Her doctors thought they had found an abnormality in her vagus nerve, carotid artery?? This Monday 1/5/2009 she had a MRA done which showed an enlarged Pituitary Gland she has been referred to a neurosurgeon. Is all of this indicative of Pituitary Tumor? Just puzzled by symptoms or could they be coincidental and she have glossus hystericus, as well?

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Yes, an enlarged pituitary may be indicative of a tumor. One of the symptoms is persistent headache. Globus hystericus (lump in the throat) is a symptom of anxiety disorder. Your daughter may have been stressed out at the end of the business day resulting in hoarse and sore throat. Chronic stress can also cause a headache.
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