The most visible symptoms of the disorder include rapid weight gain, especially around the collar bone forming a buffalo hump called lipodystrophy in medical terms and forming moon face. This is most commonly seen in women aged 25-40 years with thinning of legs and arms. Other symptoms may include:
- High blood pressure.
- Reddish face and stretch marks
- Weak muscles and bones
- Irregular menstruation and unwanted hair growth in women
- People also face cognitive conditions like attention dysfunction, depression and anxiety disorders