Information about the emotional, physical and social challenges of living with acromegaly
View the resources listed here to find more information about acromegaly, including reading answers to some frequently asked questions by others living with acromegaly.
You can also suggest a question if there is something you feel is missing and would help others to read, and find a list of patient support groups for people with acromegaly and other pituitary disorders.
Within this section you can find information on how to adapt to having acromegaly and why it is important to talk through how you feel with others, including family and friends and your healthcare team.
You can also read about some of the other conditions that may develop alongside your acromegaly, and get some practical advice from others who are also living with the condition.
Remember to talk with a healthcare professional, such as your doctor or nurse, if you have any concerns about your acromegaly, its treatment or side effects. The information provided here is not intended to replace professional advice.
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