AVP Deficiency Treatment
AVP Deficiency, also known as Diabetes insipidus (DI) is caused by a problem with either the production, or action, of the hormone vasopressin (AVP). If you have AVP Deficiency your kidneys are unable to retain water.
Hormone Replacement Medication Interactions
Patients with pituitary disease often require treatment with several pituitary hormones. Interactions between these hormones can occur frequently. Here, we review interactions between growth hormone (GH), thyroxine, corticosteroids, and male and female sex hormone replacement.
Hormone Therapy
If your pituitary gland isn't functioning properly, you may not produce hormones that are essential for your wellbeing and vital bodily functions. You may need to take hormone replacements which will be prescribed to you by your doctor.
Individual Funding Requests
Individual Funding Requests are used when a patient needs to access a specialised service or medication that is not routinely available on the NHS.
The aim of radiotherapy treatment for patients with pituitary tumours is to control the growth of the tumour (or any remaining tumour after surgery) and prevent it enlarging.
Some people affected by pituitary conditions may need surgery to remove the tumour. 
Treatment for Cushing’s
Cushing's disease is a condition caused by having too much of a hormone called cortisol in your body. It is often treated through an operation.
Treatment of Acromegaly
Acromegaly is a hormonal disorder that results from too much Growth Hormone in the body. Some people need surgery to remove a tumour and others take medication.
What medical care you can expect
This resource informs you, as a pituitary patient within the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, about what treatment available and what you should be able to expect. We strive towards ensuring that all patients have access to the correct and best possible treatment, together with the earliest achievable diagnosis.
Hydrocortisone Sick Day Rules
If you are unwell and take cortisol replacements then this page outlines how to increase your dose. There is also information on the signs of an adrenal crisis and what to do if that is the case.