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is archnoid cyst posteriror fossa. life threating diseases

By January 28, 2011 - 3:38am
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Hi. when i was in school i had serve one side headaces, It really did not stop.. after graduation, i joined the milatry. during training again the head ace came back. finally i was admitted to the milartry hospital and digaonsed as Archnoid cyst posteriro fossa.. this made me medically unfit Milartry services. But he told me exactly what it is.. and offered a free surgery..also I was diagonsed for Migrane and asked to take sebilium tabs.(this made me drowsy.and affected my whole carreir and educational. . I was feeling normal. so I did not agree for the surgery..Now after 15yrs.. Iam married and having a kid.. and doing what i could do..

So my question is should I do the surgery any time in future or get away without the surgery.. pl let mek now..

thanks.. anjaandil..

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Hi anjaandil

Thanks so much for your post.

Your questions are not ones we can answer unfortunately. No-one can make a decision for surgery but you.

Here are some suggestions for you:

Have symptoms changed for you recently? Why are you thinking about this now?
Make an appointment with a doctor to discuss the pros and cons of having this surgery. What might happen if you do have surgery? What might happen if you don't?

Your condition is not a fatal one so if you have no symptoms now, it may be something to live with and monitor. However, if you are in a lot of pain, surgery may help. It all depends on your kind of cyst and your health in general.

We have a very large thread I'd like you to take a look at and also feel free to join our Group on this topic

Group: http://www.empowher.com/groups/arachnoid-cyst-support-group

Let me know if this helps and I hope to hear from you soon!

January 28, 2011 - 1:41pm
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