adrenaline gland tumors

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Could some one tell me tere symptoms before they were diagnosed with adrenaline tumor please x

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    My daughter has had adrenal tumours and from what I can remember the symptoms included

    Hypertension (severely) and then vomiting

    Low mood

    No energy

    Severe migraines

    Dizzy when standing

    This is just to name a few but pheochromocytoma is very hard to live with and even harder to diagnose!

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      sorry your daughter suffering could you tell me how long it took for her to get a diagnosis and how she found out what tests did they do  xx
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      Hi.. I'm afraid it wasn't as simple as doing tests for a diagnosis.

      She has symptoms for approx 3 years but were put down to panic attacks. Trying to cut a long story short she became very unwell one day, weak/hot/ lightheaded.. then vomiting/ chest pain and palpitations. By the end she could hardly breath and consequently because she was so hypertensive. she was tachycardic (HR 170) and hypertensive (180/110) and was peripherally shut down and clammy. They found a 7cm tumour in left adrenal, then after numerous tests found another in her right adrenal consequently had bilateral pheochromocytoma.

      Any other questions you have I will try to answer

      Kerry

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      Hi Keryy

      ​your poor daughter bless her . to have to on likke that for 3 year ,,I was told by the gp it was just anxiety as well, I dontt know what the bloods will show as far as I know ots just for my adrenaline levels I dont think that is going to do me any good.I think I need a scan of my kidneys thanks for your help kerry xx

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