Thanks for the link:
but the article Dr. L wrote was a bit upsetting..
"The high rate of
recurrent symptoms after TSA, in combination with the
aforementioned observations, implies that hypothalamic
dysfunction may play a central role in the pathophysiology
of this condition.10 The role of TSA in patients with an
unequivocal diagnosis of cyclic CS remains uncertain.
Beckers et al.3 and Shapiro et al.15 have reported that
patients with cyclic CS suffer symptom recurrence after
TSA. Based on these reports, TSA cannot be recommended
as definitive treatment. Prospective studies of patients
with a clear-cut diagnosis of cyclic CS will be needed to
better define the role of TSA in this setting."
so surgery might not be the answer.......hmmmmmm