Brain tumor has returned?
21 April 2017, 04:32 PM
I had a brain tumor 2 years ago that was originally said to be inoperable. After a year of chemo, the tumor shrank enough that it was removed. I have been in remission for about 8 months, and have felt ok with the exception that I'm paralyzed in my right arm and leg. Lately, I've been getting severe... show more I had a brain tumor 2 years ago that was originally said to be inoperable. After a year of chemo, the tumor shrank enough that it was removed. I have been in remission for about 8 months, and have felt ok with the exception that I'm paralyzed in my right arm and leg. Lately, I've been getting severe headaches and had a seizure this morning. I'm scheduled for an MRI in 2 days. I'm terrified that it's back. Is it possible it's just stress? I can't tell because I have no sensation on my right side combined with muscle deterioration, so there's no way to know if I have neurological symptoms other than that.  
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What type of brain tumor was it? Where in the brain was it located?
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