hi im 15 and i have cerbellum tonsil thingy lately ive been getting terrible headaches from the base of my skull going up as well as feeling nauseous and dizzy alot of the time i would just like to know if this is because of this and weather i need to go for another scan thanku x
It is possible that the head pains u feel is from teh chiari, however if that is ur only issue as of now, u may want to try to avoid things that trigger the pain and pain management......
How long since ur last MRI?...were u checked to see if u have a CSF blockage, overcrowding, tethered cord, DDD< stinosis, syrinx?
As ur symptoms increase ur ability to do what u want can get quite interuppted...neway, what u want to do is talk to ur parents and see about getting to a chiari specialist to get an eval as to where u r in ur chiari journey..
Glad to welcome u to our little family, sorry the reasons u had to seek us out,
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