I know I haven’t posted in awhile…

because not much has been happening.

My latest MRI scan from Feb 25th showed that the tumor was still stable.  Doctor said, “see you in another 6 months.”    He also recommended cutting back on the clonazepam.

As far as the seizures go, my last one was Feb 15th.  It had been several months before this one so I was a little caught off guard when this one came on, especially considering I was swimming around in the ocean just two days prior.  So frustrating not knowing when one is going to hit.  I’ve been blessed though that I always seem to be in a safe place when one does break through.

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4 Responses to I know I haven’t posted in awhile…

  1. Cat says:

    Was just wondering if you have looked into getting a dog that can detect seizures about to happen? I found your blog via one of my upline in DoTerra. :) Have a blessed day!

    • Ryan says:

      I have a dog but he’s pretty clueless about the whole seizure thing. Not sure a dog would help much since I’m usually away from home when seizures happen. Thanks for the suggestion though!! Go doterra! :-)

  2. Edith Stanesti says:

    Ryan my husband had a seizure a month ago, there is a low grade tumor on his right parietal lobe. I am researching with patients to get some enlightenment about what I can do to help him and your experience is giving me hope and pointing me in a direction to get ready for whatever it comes. We don’t have a diagnostic yet, please could you help me telling me what things helps or seems to help to fight tumors?
    Thank you

    • Ryan says:

      Hi Edith. I’m sorry to hear about your husband. My biggest issue was all of the seizures after the surgery. As soon as I think they’re going away I get hit with more. One thing I’d recommend is checking out the Facebook group “Oligodendroglioma/Low-Grade Glioma Warriors”. There are tons of people out there going through the same thing we are.

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