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Sat, Jan 25 9:38am · Cavernous sinus meningioma in Brain Tumor

How are you doing? Managing the pain?

Sat, Jan 25 9:35am · Cavernous sinus meningioma in Brain Tumor

I would say I am a little frustrated with my progress. I would love to be where I was three years ago but that may not happen. It’s always hard to accept limitations on your abilities. I am taking 6 months off of work and we’ll see where I am at that point. Short term memory has been a challenge.

Nov 18, 2019 · Cavernous sinus meningioma in Brain Tumor

My double vision is quite a bit better. Still very "bone tired" and headaches are only better because of the gabapentin (sp?) When I've done too much the vision in my good eye lets me know I am over tired. 2 and 1/2 months after Gamma knife and still praying for healing but a little …fustrated,,,discouraged. Trying to embrace the new limits.

Oct 21, 2019 · Cavernous sinus meningioma in Brain Tumor

I had the gamma knife procedure. It must have stopped the growth, my vision is returning to normal . At least the ground is no longer moving when I walk!! Victory!

Oct 7, 2019 · Cavernous sinus meningioma in Brain Tumor

I didn’t realize I could no longer walk toe to toe till I tried to in the Dr. office. I was shocked but the Dr report said normal for my age! I’m 56 and I guarantee I did it less then a year ago with my daughter. I am having a hard time working part time and homeschooling with this headache.

Oct 5, 2019 · Cavernous sinus meningioma in Brain Tumor

A surgeon in Denver was willing to do the surgery but my family didn’t like the odd of survival versus chances of improvement. I think it was the best choice. Reoccurrence happens with surgery too. Right now I’m cherishing the good days.

Oct 5, 2019 · Cavernous sinus meningioma in Brain Tumor

I live in Montana. Rochester was an 11 hour drive.

Oct 5, 2019 · Cavernous sinus meningioma in Brain Tumor

I went to Mayo in Rochester and had Gamma knife surgery. They did not consider it operable. I was actually pretty upset when they said inoperable. Realized it will never be truly “fixed”, just managed. Very thankful to have a chance for no further damage! I have even regained a little more control of my right eye and have less double vision.