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Wed, Jun 5 10:23am · Recipes, Food Tips, Healthy Eating & More in Just Want to Talk

Teresa, How did your sweet and sour pork turn out?

Wed, Jun 5 10:18am · Sharing, Caring and Lending a Virtual Ear: Meet @gingerw in About Connect: Who, What & Why

I heard, but don’t know if it is true,…but people with higher sugar in their bodies attract bugs while those with lower sugar do not attract insects. Scientifically, maybe someone knows. On this, I'm just might be passing on a bad rumor. If so, sorry. If not, hopes this is found 'interesting '.

Fri, May 17 5:06pm · Still Waiting in Brain & Nervous System

Yes, it must be very frustrating. Some days I would like a magic wand to zing poor health issues away. Thankfully we have people around that care and have expertise. They will keep trying. You keep searching. And searching. And searching. Best hopes for you and your daughter.

Fri, May 17 4:49pm · Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) Survivors and side effects in Stroke & Cerebrovascular Diseases

Hello Lisa,
So good to hear from you. I was hoping to hear others say that deep ridges are normal. I was looking for that no-need-to-worry, a deeply lumpy skull is fine. Just wondering. Hope you are soon enjoying being outside in beautiful spring and soon to be summer in Rochester. And Maybe another will post on my question. Thanks.

Tue, May 14 3:24pm · Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) Survivors and side effects in Stroke & Cerebrovascular Diseases

In February I had a craniotomy to deal with my AVM. Recently, I have developed deepening ridges along where they cut my skull. Anyone experience this? Thank you for any ideas.

Sun, Apr 14 12:27pm · Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) Survivors and side effects in Stroke & Cerebrovascular Diseases

I'm so pleased you were able to stumble across this forum. I think you will find genuine support here. I’m sure you will experience sincere hope for your daughters full recovery. I went to Mayo's in January 2019. Had a craniotomy and lengthy surgery after couple of angiograms and coils for stabilization. No one is promised 100% in life. But I think you can expect your health professionals to give you their best medical treatment they can give. You will find sincere efforts on your daughters behalf. Best of luck. Let me know if I can help.

Thu, Apr 11 5:02pm · Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) Survivors and side effects in Stroke & Cerebrovascular Diseases

Hello Lisa, how are you dealing with Rochester snow? I thought April showers were suppose to bring May flowers, not snow. Oh well. Hope you have a great summer after this winter. You guys must need it.
Now…visual cut. I don't quite know where to get help and I'm a little hesitant about asking. I'm adjusting to keeping myself safe. I bump into things I can't see. I was told to 'scan' by P.T. but….that doesn't cover all bases. Again, I welcome all suggestions. Oh, I did get a walking cane. That is a huge help. That gives me a sense of where I am, if I'm out walking.

Wed, Apr 10 9:45am · Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) Survivors and side effects in Stroke & Cerebrovascular Diseases

Does anyone have experience &/or knowledge regarding a visual cut. After surgery one result was a limited visual field. Would appreciate any ideas on this issue.