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One of my teaches told our class that if you leave a tam pon in over night you'll have to get it surgically removed. Is this true?
Chronic lesion: If there is a lesion in the pontine region of your brain in absence of other lesions elsewhere, this may represent an older event of no future consequence. Additional lesions may suggest an inflammatory process. Not clear why MRI was ordered, but maybe we on-site could clarify this via a Concierge consult. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've never used any tam-pons before I've always used pads, but I bleed heavily and go through many pads. Would I go through less tam-pons?
Does it hurt to use a Tam Pon for the first time? Is it uncomfortable? I've always used pads but with sports it's awkward and uncomfortable
Throbbing in head & l.Back where i've had a fusion, u pon standing. What could this be? Is it serious ?
Low back pain: The first question is how long ago did you have your back fusion. I would not expect for the pain to totally subside to about 8 to 12 months after surgery. The other issue is that patients tend to develop facet syndrome after having had back fusion it can be treated but you'll need someone skilled in interventional pain to help. Other problems such as hardware failure are possible, get evaluated. ...Read more
4months before discovered venous angioma at brainstem pons.Took rest symptoms gone.Now its new got pain righteye, shakyvision. Related with cavernoma?
See your doctor: Go back and see the physician with whom you consulted earlier. This sounds potentially quite severe and you should be seen and examined asap. ...Read more
Help docs, is grade 1 ganglioglioma located in the midbrain beside the pons will have a chance to become malignant?
Unlikely.: All brain tumors have the potential to turn aggressive. Most surgeons will watch tumors such as yours by taking a picture once a year to make sure it is not changing or growing. Speak to your surgeon if you are concerned. ...Read more
A Tesla 3 MRI w & w/o Gad found patchy T2 prolongation in the pons which was more prominent than my 2013 MRI. I am only 44, what could this be? Thanks
The differential: includes central pontine myelinolysis, MS, normal and other. Do you have any symptoms now? ...Read more
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