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Old 09-30-2015, 10:48 AM #61
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Stanleyr It's been sometime since my last post. life has been hell, and try this with a TBI and you have a real can of worms. i'm still so lost don't which way to go. My head hurts 24/7 ,heavy ring in my ear pins and needles on the left side of my face ,anger I can't control ,throbbing in my head 24/7 .
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You might like to check out this thread also. http://neurotalk.psychcentral.com/thread226198.html
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Hi Stanley,

Sorry you are still suffering so much. Have you seen a Neuro about your Trigeminal Nerve or anything else? Something like Topiramate (Topamax), though sledgehammer/nut approach, may help. It has cut my Chronic Cluster Headaches now to about 5 a week and somewhat numbs the Neuropathic Facial Pain.

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Hi Stanley,

Sorry you are still suffering so much. Have you seen a Neuro about your Trigeminal Nerve or anything else? Something like Topiramate (Topamax), though sledgehammer/nut approach, may help. It has cut my Chronic Cluster Headaches now to about 5 a week and somewhat numbs the Neuropathic Facial Pain.

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nerosurg tomorrow again many different meds no help I live in arua 24/7 I'm Almost a year now after my TBI and a large arachnoid cyst Life is turley hard.
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nerosurg tomorrow again many different meds no help I live in arua 24/7 I'm Almost a year now after my TBI and a large arachnoid cyst Life is turley hard.
The meds i was on and had to stop was topomax no good for me made me think bad thought. stopped on it monday thoughts are going away.
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Sorry to hear that, Stanley.

You know we also have a TBI Support Forum?

http://neurotalk.psychcentral.com/forum92.html

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HI,

I was suffering from severe headache so doctor suggested MRI BRAIN...
My report says::

There is a evidence of well defined extra axial csf intensity lesion seen in right temporal region measuring approx 72*49*27 mm.
It is hyperintense on t2w image and hypointense at t1w image and suppressed on flair image. No definite evidence of diffusion restriction seen.it is causing mild mass effect in form of compression of adjacent brain parenchyma.
Mr study reveals arachanoid cyst involving right temporal region.

M suffering from regular headache and drowsiness and weakness... doctor prescribed anti anxiety and sleeping medicines....

It was diagnosed in OCTOBER 2015. Currently my doc is treating me under anti anxiety plls and sleeping pills In short i m under depression medication.


I can feel a wave in side my head which is causing me pain, m suffering from acute numbness of legs, arms and Head, headaches sleeping disorders. SOME DAYS BACK my eyes became red on its own i was not able to open my eyes(As if there is something leaked, it was red and white totally).
Doctor saying ignore cyst. Is IT??

I have a feeling that it is creating a problem but Doctors are not ready to listen to me. Pls help.
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Default arachnoid cyst on cerebellum

Hello Im new to this and I need some help
I was born with arachnoid cyst in my cerebellum it was found when I was 14yrs old. I havent had any symptoms over the years. But 16months ago I have been suffering from many many symptoms my neuro says its not the cyst since I get many different. They say I have health anxiety symptoms. I did have some of those symptoms 10yes ago and lasted for 8months then they went away. now I have had same plus many more. Ive read all on this forum that dr have told you ur symptoms are not due to cyst but is therr any of you who were born with this cysy? and started having symptoms later in life? and if so what kind? im not 38yrs old. I would love to hear from you please
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mine gave me migraines for years but they stopped after highschool. 13 years later i now have nausea and dizziness and and a pressure feeling. that hangs around. ive heard of a lot of different symptoms when it comes to these type of cyst.
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