What is Wrong With Me
I was diagnosed 2 1/2 years ago with a pituatary tumor. I am on Bromocriptine to hopefully help shrink it. However, I have some things going on with me that I'm not sure what is causing it. I have trance-like episodes where I'm unable to focus on what is going on even though I'm paying attention. Many times I feel like I can't hold my eyes open even though I'm not sleepy. I just feel like they are weighted and I have no control. I can't remember things that I just discussed with people. I have night sweats and very "real" dreams (most of which are horrible). My eyes and nose run constantly. I can't sleep when I should be sleeping. Then, I never wake feeling refreshed. I have cold-hot flashes and am very irritable with my family and sometimes friends. My patience (even though I am known for being patient) has lately been very thin, if I have any. I know that these are alot of symptoms, but I'm at a breaking point. I can't hardly stand to be around myself. Anything that you can tell me will be a great help. Thank You for your time!
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