"lol..... No they only did the vascular test. Why I don't know. I did have two leaks from the incision before I developed the pseudomeningocele. Strange thing is when I woke up from the first surgery I felt like My head was cracked open a..."
" Good morning Selma!
My NS used my own tissue for my patch.
I was tested for EDS but it was the Vascular type and that was negative. I think there is something genetic because other family members have issues.
As for the crypt..."
:) Thanks for the note!! My surgery was going to be the 12th.. then bumped to the 19th... then bumped to the 26th... I have been at this one week point three times now.... it is making me crazy!!! Next Wednesday and I am confident this time there will not be a bump. I sure hope not!! I am not really excited about surgery but so happy to think the head pains should go away!! I am ready to laugh again without hurting and crying!! Thanks so much for thinking of me, this board is such a helpful thing!!!! :) Thanks so much!!!
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