Sunday, February 23, 2020

Doctors don't know EVERYTHING

First off, i want to say most dictirs are very intelligent nut they don't know Everything. Nobidy knows your body better thanyou do. So take some xplanatioms your dictirs tell you with a grain of salt. Especially if its a subject you feel strongly about, because nobody understands your brain, soul, and body more than you do. Good doctors are good at suggesting methods that been help you but, great doctors don't sit your opinion out, they work with you and help you pinpoint exactly what is wrong with you. For instance, if i amm layed and a hospital bed and I know of a certain medication that would help me and the situation. Especially if I have great insurance, I do not want my idea to automatically getting shut down when i suggests a medicine or method that would wprks dope me just because they are a doctor and I am just a plain g plain ol patient. No. , I am human just like you and I have feelings. And the feelings are strong when it comes to me because I know me. I know my pain. I feel my pain daily. So give me And my opinion a chance.

Should i Post everything since I was told I got cancer?
Yes, that was my intention. I COULD'VE posted more videos to make more senses of these posts and but I was so weak from the cancer, i said f*ck it and refrained from continuing updating all my feelings, but tjats a story for another time.

Saturday, February 15, 2020

How does a brain surgery feel?

At a certain point in time when you have brain cancer. Obviously you need to get the timber cut off. Prior to that, you may experience strong headaches. Afterwards, Some of the brain gets affected as well and messes up your equilibrium. Especially on the back of your head. When you stand up you feel like you have vertigo. And it's pretty bad you tend to feel like you're going to pass out. Your vision gets  affected and I'm speaking from my case alone. You start seeing blue  and yellow streaks when you try to look at something.

Just colorful images. this might not be you but, I am speaking from my ecprrience. I'm just trying to make people know that they're not alone in this fight. Png sre always concerned after the initial surgery and the after affects that come with it.

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Medullablastoma cancer in adults pt.2

The last post I displayed, only explained a small fraction of what goes on with medulloblastoma. Since it's return, it caused a fracture in my neck which the doctor explains. He also goes on to explain that since the cancer spread to the spine, it may be difficult to to reach the brain to actually preform brain surgery inturn removing the tumor. To combat that, I may have to go through another round of chemotherapy.

Monday, June 10, 2019

Effects of medullablastoma brain cancer in adults

Alot of people who are dealing with medulloblastoma brain cancer do not express the fact that it makes you EXTREMELY weak to the point where you can barely move. This is the second time I've had medulloblastoma cancer and it has came back as an adult. The fact that medulloblastoma cancer came back as an adult is very rare and it has spread to my spine. I've been dealing with this situation full throttle for months and it's been very aggressive. I'd love to express the feelings I have been experiencing with this situation but I won't try to fit it into one post.

For more on my journey, please visit my YouTube on medulablastoma brain cancer