Hello there i read your post it it sounds like you may have Neurofribromatosis NF1 for short cause this is what I have
and it causes small to large tumors to grow on the nerves and even right under the skin that look like small bug bits to pimples if you would like to know anything please feel free to ask look it up and read about it.. The only hope that maybe is Bio 30 read up on that as well thanks..
Hello there i read your post and i was wondering if you ever heard of neurofribomatosis NF1 for short this is what
i have and it causes tumors to grow along the nerves from small bumps to large. the ones i have are more small ones just under the skin i know it *****. You said your mom had it also so this maybe what you have it sometimes is passed down or just a mutation in the gene.. I hope this helped you out and the only thing i can jive you for even maybe a treatment for this is new it's called Bio 30 but still in the works.. You can email me if you have any questions..
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