Do I have an adrenal tumour according to my blood results?

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Sex: female

Age: 24

Location: USA

Height: 5’7”

Weight: 175lbs

Conditions: PCOS

Current medications & supplements: vitamin D 2000IU; spironolactone 100mg; trulance.

I’ve had hair loss issues for four years now but it has gotten worse this year. I’ve been put on spironolactone last week. I was looking up online about my blood results and found that a high dhea-s levels usually indicate an adrenal tumour? Is that what I have? What other numbers in my blood results must be elevated in order to confirm an adrenal tumour diagnosis?

Honestly, if I’ve a tumour, I would want to get it removed because I want my hair back. image

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    my son had an adrenal tumour we didnt find out until it was really advanced it was the size of a rugby ball when removed he was also having problems walking because of pain i would try not to worry about tumours and things until its been conformed my sons bloods was all over the place and none were normal they thought he had a problem with his appendix at first and arranged for it to be removed and thats when they found a big mass there

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