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Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) for meningioma, right trigeminal nerve
Hi @mrser52, I’m thinking of you. I hope the stereotactic radiosurgery went well.
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My first treatment was hard, when they put my mask on my face. I freaked out. I had to take a 2nd Xanax to calm me down. I prayed and asked God to help me threw this and then everything went great. The amazing thing is that my second treatment on 12/22/17 I didn’t take any Xanax and I did great. Prayer is a wonderful thing.
Wow, that is quite the accomplishment, Mrser52. You may be interested in this blog post by @meganroessler on the Cancer Education Center page:
– Combatting Negative Thoughts with Mindfulness https://connect.mayoclinic.org/newsfeed-post/being-mindful-in-the-moment/
For you mindfulness is prayer. Powerful!
How many more treatments do you have?
3 more, my last treatment is on 12/28/2017
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