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By June 10, 2017 - 6:55pm
 
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Hi, I would like your opinion here and be sure of something. I was told I have hemangioma near my spine and also in few other places in my back and I'm going to my neurosurgeon for this real soon. I'm having symptoms and problems because of it. I want know and be sure about something and your help and opinion means a lot to me. I'm hoping to get non surgical options from my neurosurgeon for hemangioma and I want to know do you think are they available? What options do you think are available in my situation? I'd really like your opinion in this. Please let me know soon.
Thank you

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Hi again, Melissa6666.

Thank you for posting.

I helped you on this subject the other day. Here is the link to your initial Question and my answer for your reference. Your doctor is the best one to consult about this.

http://www.empowher.com/community/ask/im-really-scared-and-so-much-pain

I hope your appointment goes well.

Helena

June 11, 2017 - 4:20am
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Thanks for your reply. I am waiting to see my doctor next week but I want to know what do You think of what I'm saying?

June 12, 2017 - 9:56pm
Guide (reply to Melissa6666)

Hi,

A non-surgical solution, if there is one would, of course, be a good alternative to surgery. No one wants to have surgery. But you have to see the big picture - not just that you don't want surgery. What will improve your condition? What has the better chance? There is not always a nonsurgical alternative. See what your doctor will offer. The goal is to get well and/or improve your situation. Try to focus on that, listen to your doctor with an open mind. Take notes! Ask many questions!

Helena

June 13, 2017 - 3:24pm
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