my husband was diagnose to have some growth behind his right eye several years ago (2006). He was having several severe headache and when he was trying to go to change prescription for his eyeglasses they found out that something is blocking behind the right eye. Because the cost to get MRI so expensive and he had no job to cover it, he never go to hospital. The headaches stop long time ago. and he never got help. I wonder if the tumor growth stopping? It was pressing the back of his eye and scratch the cornea, is he will be fine if he is not doing any surgery? or if he does need surgery is it dangerous? the doctor who diagnose the tumor said that will have bad possibility that the surgery make him lost his right eye, become "vegetable", or he might be dead and he said if not doing surgery, my husband might be dead because the blood vessel might pop up someday. Is that true? it is been about 4 years and he has no complain about headaches at all. Please do help me, he is the light of my life.!! I think he is scare to go to the doctor because he scares about the result that the eye doctor told him 4 years back.
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