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Generally there is no treatment. Did you have a head trauma?
I had a huge meningioma removed from both frontal lobes on Dec. 17, 2009
What are the symptoms?
I don't know what the symptoms are
Extreme memory loss, mood changes weakness, can't hardly write anymore,cognitive impairment, adjustment disorder, frontal lobe injury, irrevesable damage, dissassocation from family and friends, passing out all the time, I've suffered 2 severe concussions within a few weeks back in oct.still come close to passing out, hands tremor sometimes. Ectreme difficulty in sleeping, ansiety
A long time ago, I'm now working with The Brain injury network
Nothing right now
neurological psychologist, family Dr
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I have no access to anything you proposed, and I am seeing a neurologist, sort of, he does and MRI once a year but the last time his nursing practitioner told me that I'd be dealing with her from now on. What is it? Is it brain damage cause me the surgery and tumor?
I'm in Whitecourt, Alberta, Canada, pop is only 10,000. And as I'm Social assitance I can't afford the physical therapist let alone drive the city, which is 3 hours away for the hyperbolic chamber.
Would this thing in my brain get better or worse over time? This is the last question, I promise. :)