Do Ssri's Inhibit Pituitary Gland?

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The pituitary gland is a small organ located just beneath the base of the brain, between the two frontal lobes and directly above a cavity called the sphenoid sinus.

The pituitary gland's function is to receive messages from the brain about the need for a particular hormone, and to secrete either the hormone or the substances that cause the manufacture and release of the hormone.

Is the gland working properly?

Is it producing enough hormones?

What type of tests will you perform to determine hormone...

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