Sorry all I have been mia for quite sometime, but I'm back.
I received my results for my second MRI since surgery of 2007 yesterday and I got some good news and not so good news, the good news is my tumor shrunk to almost half its resected size without any therapy what so ever, the dr joked that the MRI technician reported that the shrinkage was due to radiation therapy in which I did not have, they were baffled looking and showing me the scan, comparing it to my 2008 scan. Im suppose to get a call today explaining why it shrunk, hmm should be interesting lol The bad news is that since Im almost 3yrs post opt Im going to be partially disabled for the rest of my life meaning low coordination on the left side, the eye issue, the tightness in the face (left side and the tingling burning sensation on the right side, oh and the walker lol sad but true. My main focus now is Management, learning how to cope with being so young and all lol, (yes you have to laugh cuz if you dont you'll be stressed and depressed), that's my saying anyways lol, Since the weather is getting warmer Im going to start back with the occupational therapy to work on coordination since the dr said im not weak on either side(which is(good).
Next MRI is 04/11
Will fill everyone in on what the Dr says later today...Anyone here ever experienced that, having your resected tumor shrunk without any medical help? Just curious.