Four years on from the removal of a 4.5cm. neuroma by th...

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Four years on from the removal of a 4.5cm. neuroma by the translabyrinthine approach, my fascial numbness is at least as bad as it was befor the operation and I have started to get slight headaches and muscular pains in the neck. It would be very useful to know if this is normal and if it is then to have been told to expect it by the consultants.

I will find out in July when my status is to be reviewed but it would have been useful to have been told what to expect.

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    hi there. Interesting. I would like to have a chat with you as I have my operation in August 2014 coming to remove my AN (15mm). I would like to find out what its like post op? What's its like the first few days after the operation? 

    Thanks David 

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