Hi im 32yrs old and in 2009 I was diagnosed with pseudotumor it has been a long road for me so right now whats going on is I was doing ok not great but ok my headaches were managable then they got real bad I cant sleep hardly at all I met this girl the other month who also has a shunt who is going to school were I go who said you use a ipad with your programable shunt and I got mine for school for my ASL videos for at home shortly after getting it I started geting sick again just thought it was like every year but she said that it could change my setting is it true my doc wont say she said I should stay away from kids toys with magnets ect but I teach kids with special needs and how do I know if the toy has one.or not the kids and I put toys on our heads all the time becouse its tryiny to get them to mimic.did I chang my setting is that why im in so much pain and cant sleep please help im scared
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