ALERT CONTENT PLACEHOLDER
Who do I call if I experience complications? 

Go to the nearest emergency department if you have any of the following:

  • Your temperature rises above 38.5 °C or 101 °F and you feel chills.
  • You have a severe headache that does not go away.
  • Daylight causes intolerable pain in your eyes.
  • Your neck becomes very stiff and sore, making it painful to bend your head forward.
  • You are less alert.
  • You have a nose bleed that will not stop.
  • The amount of fluid from your nose doesn’t decrease after 1 week. This may be caused by a CSF leak.
  • You are losing too much fluid from your body:
    • You are urinating (peeing) more than usual.
    • You are getting up 3 to 4 times at night to urinate (pee).
    • You often feel very thirsty.
  • You feel very tired and have very low energy.

Please call your neurosurgeon or Physician Assistant/Nurse Practitioner to let us know that you have had these symptoms and have gone to the emergency department.

Who do I call with general post-operative questions?

If you have any questions, please call the Pituitary Clinic at 416 603 5463.

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To make or change appointments, call Pituitary Clinic 416 603 5463.

To Contact Your Neurosurgeon's office:

Dr. Gelareh Zadeh
Phone: 416 603 5679

If you have questions about your post-operative care, you may contact:
Leslie St. Jacques, Physician Assistant: 416 603 5800, ext. 3613

Please note that messages left at this voicemail may not be received until the next business day. If you have a medically urgent concern, please go directly to the Emergency Department.