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    sshay07 posted:
    Thanks everyone for the help she has the stage one malformation central fluid is flowing slow and she gose for a 24 hr eeg and a sedation mri to see if they have to do surgery
    dancer86442 responded:
    Thank You! I Hope you will continue to tell us your progress. Did you use the tool bar 'Search This community'. I know we have discussed this w/ a previous Member. There may be Links in comments. I will be keeping you & yours in my Heart. I know surgery is a scary thought. I, also, Know it has Improved & Helped more than 1 person in the Epilepsy World.
    So, lean on us whenever need be. Hugs

    Love Candi
    March 26 Epilepsy Awareness Day Advocate
    saxofone1 responded:
    Hi sshay,

    I hope the MRI and eeg give you some relief as to what the next step is.

    It's been almost 12 years since my lobectomy(4.12.12). If you have any questions, please feel to ask.


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