Help for people living with acromegaly
Learn about acromegaly
Learn about acromegaly, including what causes this slowly evolving condition, and the early symptoms and signs
Find out how acromegaly is diagnosed and the tests that healthcare professionals may use to assess acromegaly
Read about acromegaly treatment options, including surgery, medication and radiotherapy, and the goals of therapy
Read and hear answers to some common questions that patients with acromegaly have asked
Living with acromegaly
Acromegaly is a long-term condition. Here you can find information about how people with acromegaly (known as gigantism in children and young adults), have adapted to their diagnosis of acromegaly and tips for living with the condition.
Talking about acromegaly
Letting others know how you feel is an important part of living with acromegaly
Acromegaly, work and study
Information and tips on living and working with acromegaly
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Living with acromegaly, which is usually caused by a pituitary adenoma (benign glandular tumor), is not something that you have to do alone. There is always help and support available if needed.
In this section of the Acromunity website you can find answers to questions people with acromegaly often ask as well as a list of patient support groups.
Find an acromegaly patient support group to find out about local activities and events that you may be able to attend
Read answers to some common questions about acromegaly that patients with acromegaly have asked