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Has anyone had hallucinations with their intracranial meningioma?
Years ago, I was friends with another brain tumor survivor who experienced hallucinations after having an awake craniotomy. She either had a grade II or grade III, I don't remember. I can't even imagine being woken up during my brain surgery!! I had an intraventricular pilocytic astrocytoma. My surgery dates back to 1992. Overall, how are you? Is this a wait & watch? Please keep me updated. Thanks.
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I have found out that my hallucinations were caused by my Bipolar 1 disorder. Thank you for your response.
@mrser52 – glad you are getting some answers on the hallucinations. Thought you might be interested in checking out this Connect discussion on bipolar disorder https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/bi-polar-issues/.
Yes I would, thank you so much for telling me about this group.
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