Thank you for your replies a few days ago. The endo is an idiot. Before I went, I knew he would suggest a drug treatment for the pituitary adenoma. There are two drugs, cabergoline and bromocriptine. When I read about them in advance of my appointment, it said not to take cabergoline with heart valve issues and also said bromocriptine might interact with some heart medicines. This isn't some fly by night website, I got it right from the cancer agency website since it's all through them even though it's benign.
So I asked him about the cabergoline and he didn't know what it might be referring to but said let's go with the other drug since I have a (congenital) leaky heart valve. I asked about an interaction between the bromocriptine and my diltiazem and he said it won't be a problem. So he prescribed me that one and I went on my way and dropped off my prescription at the pharmacy. 4 hours later the endo called me because the pharmacist refused to fill it because I am on diltiazem for an electrical problem in my heart.
Then he told the pharmacist to just give me the cabergoline. I called my cardiologist to ask what I should do but he's off until June 8 and I set up a phone appointment for that day so I am just going to wait to start it until I talk to him.
On the thyroid front, he insists the increasing TSH and falling T4 are nothing. He also isn't concerned about my ferritin and says low iron has nothing to do with the thyroid and to take that up with my family doctor. He insists the headaches I have behind my eye and in my forehead can't be caused by a microadenoma which goes against everything I read. I think I need a second opinion but that referral could take another 4 months.