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Old 09-14-2021, 08:46 PM #1
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Default Colloid cyst

Hi, Iím a 44 female with a colloid cyst Back in 2009 I was having bad migraine that I never had before and would not go away. The er did a cat scan and found a 4mm colloid cyst. The migraine went away shortly after. I started having migraines again this pass June around my 44th birthday. And by July I was back in the er cause my migraine was not going away. Sent home again. By August 10th I went back to er and they did another cat scan and it had grown itís now 4+3 mm August 11th I noticed my left side of my face was starting to swell. Over time there has been numbing and tingling tightening on my left side of my face and neck. I started taking pictures every day since then to monitor it. Itís now September 14th and my dr appointment is on the 16th at 9am. Iím scared of the whole thing ď possible brain surgeryĒ. What should I be expecting on my visit?
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