I have a cavernous hemangioma on the anterior part of my medulla. I was born with it. I just recently gave birth to my 3rd child. Shortly after ward I started having strange neurological symptoms like seeing double and loud ringing in my ears. then my entire body went numb. I can still feel temperature, but texture is off, i cant feel wet, I can barely feel pressure. it's like this all over my body. even the back of my throat is numb. MY neuro. sent me for an mri and discovered that my hemangioma had grown a few millimeters. he sent me home with nortyptilline, xanax, and prednisone. My question is, how long does it take for the symptoms of the brain bleeding to go away? I can't function. i have terrible balance and i can't breatfeed the baby, i have two other children and i feel empty inside ... I don't feel anything when i look at my children. i can barely get off the couch. it scares me because I truly dont feel anything when i look at my newborn.i just stare. please help me
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