My mother has a little cyst on the back of her brain, the doctor found it, because she has feel bad problems with her balance, and has like motion sickness, so her doctor had a CT scan done, But the nuro doctor said he wasn't worried about it, he said he will just keep doing CT scans every 6 months and see if it grows. and then he said to take car sickness pills for her balance, But to me all this dont seem right, and she also has little white spots all over her brain, he said them was age spots, but she still has her days were she cant barely walk, because she cant keep her balance. I dont understand it all the way, Should she see another doctor and see what might be the problem and she if they can do something else. I just need what to do, how to help her. Please help me.
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