i was recently diagnosed genetic cereabal cavernous malformations that are very small but i had a previous small bleed after i had my children, they say surgery is to dangerous because of the location the one is in where i had the bleed. ive had the numb tingly feelings and headaches that come and go. they say the numbess and twitching will happen, but im scared the headaches means will have another bleed. i just want to live my life for me and my family. i feel like its olding me back. i dont go back for 6 months to have another mri
Hi Kasey...I know there r a few others in the chiari malformation forum that also have dealt with this issue as well...if u r interested in speaking with them let me know...one had surgery to remove hers....the other did not...neither had theirs bleed.
If u have a change in symptoms do let ur dr know ASAP.
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