This must have been a terrible ordeal for you. Your fall and any type of trauma would not cause a menegioma.
Thanks for your reply. Then I would like to know why my eye muscle got stress & felt really painful just after my bumping ... & also why I got diplopia less than 24 hours after the fall ... :><:
These are the only generalization I can make: "Bumps" are trauma and can cause pain. A relatively mild bump if done over a nerve can cause inordinate pain. Double vision following trauma can be due damage to the eye socket of facial bones, concusion of the brain, damage (but not a tumor) to one of the cranial nerves that work the eye muscles (3,4,6)
The problems immediately after your trauma are completely different than the menegioma that developed much later
Thanks Dr for your explanation. However it's not a mild bump as I twisted my ankle & my wrist. I think the concusion of the brain has immediate effect & thus I have diplopia within 24 hours. Am I right ?
There's something already on the 6th nerve in March my 1st MRI only that the doctors couldn't find at that time, even the August MRI ... It's only until the Oct MRI by handled the 3rd Hospital doctors that they then looked back to my 1st & 2nd MRI & found that really in March sth very small (tumor ?) is there.
Can I say that my slip & the trauma is the cause of my decease : diplopia & ...blood clot or inflamation turning into meningioma ?
I don't want to be unkind, ritalee, but it almost sounds as though you are thinking about a lawsuit or something along those lines.
Maybe it would help if you read something about how fast meningiomas grow. Here is an article discussing this:
If you read it, you will see that meningiomas tend to grow so very slowly that yours could never have been related to your fall.
Dear all, Just want to know the cause of my diplopia happened on the 2nd day of my fall otherwise I have asked the question 2 & a half years ago, & neglecting what the optic doctors told me that I might have a stroke or others which were all proved wrong judgement later.