I was diagnosed around 5 years old with Growth hormone deficiency because my pituitary gland wasn't producing any at all. I took insulin of synthetic growth hormones till the age of 14 and stopped taking them. Now I am 35 years old and find myself wondering could this still be affecting me in my adult years? I Looked up all the symptoms that an adult would have and I have to say it felt like my life was being put into perspective, I have 90% of the symptoms. Should I be worried? Have I been so ignorant my whole life to believe I didn't need those shots anymore. I don't even tell my doctors about this because I have blocked it out of my memories for so long. Wasn't until I finally gave in and saw a psychologist for severe depression that I even remembered the GHD. What should i do?
You should see an endocrinologist and see if you really do have this issue and if it is still a problem and if anything needs to or can be done about it. Don't go see some alternative medicine clinic or something first. Go get evaluated by a real doctor, take a list of your real symptoms along with your recollection of your early diagnosis and treatment. If you can ask your parents or someone about it, that might also be good.