Brain Lesions

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What are the symptoms of your brain lesions? Submit Your Comment

Comment from: WES 1, 65-74 Male (Patient) Published: September 01

I am currently living in an assisted-living facility because of my brain lesions. I have a history of seizures and can become disoriented at times. There is constant ringing in the ears.

Comment from: Darrin G, 45-54 Male (Patient) Published: January 20

Brain lesions cause intense, high-pitched ringing in my ears and head. Also, I have episodes when my eyes feel like they are bulging, my left eye and mouth droop, along with serious, short-term, memory loss. I’ve been thrown to the floor convulsing like I was being tasered.

Comment from: kimba, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: June 07

Three years ago I had a ventricular brain shunt removed. After the surgery I had a really loud noise in my head with a heartbeat and awful migraine headaches. I wonder if it is because of brain lesions.

Comment from: MBUGUA, 25-34 Male (Caregiver) Published: August 06

The patient with brain lesions is awaiting a surgery but we are told that he has to go to ICU for observation. What is scaring us most is the fact that the patient has lost his vision, and hearing sense is not clear. After the operation, we hope he will regain his sight.

Comment from: rdboyd38, 25-34 Male (Patient) Published: August 11

A scan revealed 4 brain lesions that caused irreversible damage and symptoms of bipolar.

Comment from: Scared, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: September 16

I had non-Hodgkins lymphoma four years ago. It came back 3 times. I finally had a bone marrow transplant and for 2 years I have been cancer free except for the symptoms I have developed. I lost my sight in one eye. The doctors saw a tumor behind my eye and treated me with steroids. I was blind in that eye then suddenly it went away about 2 months later. This year I developed headaches and a CT scan showed 4 lesions on my brain. I was once again treated with steroids and the headaches went away. I had 3 spinal taps and there was no cancer in the biopsy. Now the CT scan shows most of the rumors are gone and I don't have headaches. Now they want to drill a hole in my skull and biopsy the brain because two neurology doctors say I have lymphoma but my oncologist disagrees.

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