Thank you for your message. I am sorry to hear about your the problems you
I can understand about being dizzy. I have bad vertigo laying down and my
balance is majorly off a lot of the time.
I am not a doctor, but compared to a malignant brain tumor, Acoustic
Neuromas are a lot easier to handle. At least, you know that they cannot
spread like with malignant brain tumors. I have heard a lot of people have
In my case, I had two one-time radiation treatments which were almost two
What exactly is simulation? Is that an MRI with simulation or something
else? I have never heard of this procedure.
Acoustic Neuromas can occur on their own or due to genetic factors. Mine
was a cause of genetic factors and rights now I am having a recurrence.
They have not determined the best course of action yet.
Who is Dr. Thompson? Is he with Nebraska Medicine; CHI Health; or
Methodist Health System?
I have done a lot of research about Acoustic Neuromas. If you were not
aware of it, there is a national organization called Acoustic Neuroma
Association that provides information specifically about Acoustic
Neuromas. In fact, next week happens to be Acoustic Neuroma Awareness Week
[May 8-14, 2016]. The Acoustic Neuroma Association can be found on the
I would be happy to provide you with additional information about Acoustic
Neuromas. Maybe somehow we could email either other. If you do not wish
to do so, I understand.
*Tracy Lynne Daley*