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Old 06-05-2014, 08:09 AM #1
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I had the endoscopic removal on Monday (3 days ago). I was out of the hospital yesterday already. I don't see any changes in my memory and for the head ache I take tylenol. Part of the cyst's wall could't be taken out (there is a vein draping it), they burnt the edge and hopefully the cyst won't regrow (the doctor said he is not expecting a regrowth). I do feel tired, especially after talking. Today I'll start walking a bit outside, and see how it goes. I hope I'll heal fast and easy, with no complications along the way. All the best to everyone who's dealing with this! ...and to everyone who's dealing with health issues!
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Today I had the staples removed by the family doctor (10 days after the surgery). Overall I feel really good, I stopped taking tylenol a few good days ago and I don't have any head ache. The biggest surprise of all is my memory that works just fine, same as before, I see no difference in anything, except the general weekness. Even with that, I don't need to sleep during the day. I'm just resting all the time, and walking mornings and afternoons. I think these are all good news, and that the endoscopic surgery is quite an enormous step ahead in medicine.
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I had the endoscopic removal on Monday (3 days ago). I was out of the hospital yesterday already. I don't see any changes in my memory and for the head ache I take tylenol. Part of the cyst's wall could't be taken out (there is a vein draping it), they burnt the edge and hopefully the cyst won't regrow (the doctor said he is not expecting a regrowth). I do feel tired, especially after talking. Today I'll start walking a bit outside, and see how it goes. I hope I'll heal fast and easy, with no complications along the way. All the best to everyone who's dealing with this! ...and to everyone who's dealing with health issues!
i am in the same boat as you describe above with the cauterization, after 10 years I sometimes think tumor is returning in the way I feel. Planning to neurosurgeon soon.
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