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Does this sound normal?

By October 30, 2017 - 9:33pm
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Hi, I have spoken here about something a few times but I want to know if this matter sounds normal to you because I know it's not. I have spine hemangiomas and I have few of them. They are actually causing me pain and symptoms and according to my doctor they are normal the way they are. I found out it's not normal or safe in my situation at all because I have scoliosis which is severe. According to my neurosurgeon if they become problem then he can take care of it but the problem from here is I'm experiencing really bad pain and symptoms and I'm not someone to tolerate at all and they already are causing me problems. He sees a different matter causing me this but having all the symptoms of hemangiomas is from hemangiomas he thinks I got the reason mixed up. My point is leaving such problem like this as is and waiting to become more of a problem end up with fracture, bleeding more symptoms then to have it taken care of does this sound normal to you because it doesn't sound normal to me at all? I really want to know what do you think of this because this really is not normal waiting to become problem then be taken care of. I don't know which is the right doctor to say this to. Please let me know soon.

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Hello Melissa,

Welcome again to EmpowHER. These are questions to be discussed with a neurologist.


October 31, 2017 - 7:11am
(reply to Maryann Gromisch RN)

Hi, thanks for your reply. Actually that's a good idea I'm gonna talk to my chiropractor and my neurologist.
Thank you so much,

November 1, 2017 - 5:34pm
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