i was told i have a peripheral nerve sheath tumor in my left thigh and that it was not malignant. finally after 8 years of telling the docs something was wrong in the leg i was sent for an ultrasound. so how can they tell it isnt malignant with out biopsy? my doc says he would just leave it alone if it were his leg since it is inside the nerve sheath. i have some awful funny goings on in my left side of the body....hard to describe, and i wonder if they might be attributed to that. the latest is it feels like what a torrent of rain would sound like,lol!like maybe if you leaned against a washing machine during the spin cycle and felt very strong vibrations from that. sometimes very easy, it is just that when they r strong it is very bothersome...and it is all over the left side of body sometimes...but mainly in the leg...and sorry about my name,lol! i was so frustrated when i tried to open this account....everything i chose had already been taken...soooo. i tried this..and it worked! thanks
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