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Meningioma is a type of tumor that affects the brain or spinal cord. It develops in the meninges—the protective covering surrounding the brain and spinal cord—and can cause a variety of symptoms from headaches to seizures. In this blog post, we will discuss the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options associated with this condition.
Symptoms of Meningioma
Meningioma tumors can vary in size, so often times they don’t cause any noticeable symptoms until they have grown large enough to put pressure on nearby areas of the brain or spine. Common symptoms that people may experience due to a meningioma include: headaches, especially if they are worse upon waking up; confusion or difficulty concentrating; vision problems such as double vision; memory issues; numbness or weakness in limbs; seizures; and hearing loss.
What Causes Meningioma?
The cause of meningioma is unknown. They typically develop slowly over time and can affect people of any age or gender. While there are some risk factors associated with them (like exposure to radiation), most cases occur spontaneously without any known triggers.
Types of Meningiomas
Meningiomas are classified based on the type of cells from which they originate. The three main types are: benign meningiomas, atypical meningiomas, and malignant meningiomas. Benign meningiomas are slow-growing tumors that don’t usually spread beyond their origin point. Atypical meningiomas are more aggressive than benign tumors but still don’t spread beyond their origin point. Malignant meningiomas are rare but serious; they have the potential to invade other parts of the brain or spinal cord and require immediate medical attention.
Diagnosis of Meningioma
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms it is important to speak with your doctor for an evaluation. Your doctor may order imaging tests such as an MRI or CT scan to look for signs of a meningioma tumor. They may also order blood work and other tests to rule out other possible causes for your symptoms. Once a diagnosis has been made your doctor will discuss treatment options with you.
Treatment for Meningioma
Treatment options for meningiomas depend on the size and location of the tumor as well as your overall health and medical history. Smaller tumors may not require any treatment at all but larger ones may need surgery to remove them. Radiation therapy may also be used if surgery is not an option or if there is residual tumor after surgery that needs further reduction in size. In some cases chemotherapy may also be recommended if more aggressive treatments are needed.
Homeopathy Treatment For Meningioma
At Welling Homeopathy Clinics, we have a specially formulated Homeopathy treatment for Meningioma which can halt the progress of cancer. That is the reason we suggest to start our Homeopathy treatment as soon as the diagnosis is made or soon after the chemo or radiation for Meningioma is completed.
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Meningiomas are relatively common brain tumors that can affect both adults and children. If you are experiencing any symptoms suggestive of meningiomas it is important to speak with your doctor for an evaluation as soon as possible so that you can get the care you need right away. With early diagnosis and proper treatment most people make a full recovery from meningiomas without any long-term complications.