Acromegaly is a hormonal disorder that develops when your pituitary gland produces too much growth hormone during adulthood. When this happens, your bones increase in size, including those of your hands, feet, and face. Acromegaly usually affects middle-aged adults.
Enlarged facial features
Enlarged hands and feet
Decreased sexual desire
High blood pressure disease
or High blood pressure
Breathing stops involuntarily during sleep
Enlarged tongue without inflammation or swelling
Difficulty moving shoulder
or Difficulty moving hip
or Joint stiffness
Difficulty moving wrist, Difficulty moving elbow, Limited ankle movement, Difficulty moving knee
If you have Acromegaly, then a visit to an endocrinologist is highly recommended.