Thanks!!! I look forward to our friendship as well. Chiari Malformation is when the cerebral tonsils herniate below the wide opening of skull (foramen magnum) It causes several different types of symptoms and several people are misdiagnosed because of the lack of knowledge of Chiari. I had a good conversation last night with my neurologist. She wrote me a prescription for Neurontin, and in the meantime she is going to contact my surgeon. Hopefully, since the neurosurgeon referred me to this neurologist, he will take her advice and do the surgery I need. It's called a posterior fossa decompression. It doesn't cure Chiari, and I will have this for the rest of my life, but it can slow progression and relieve some symptoms. Take care my friend!!!!!
Just a quick note to say hi! I wish you the best of luck on your new weight loss journey. What type of diet or plan are you going to use? I'm on Fat Loss 4 Idiots. Thanks for the add, I too look forward to getting to know you!
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