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Disabled, have severe back pain, high BP, occasional seizures. Suggestions?

Hi, I just found out that I am going to be having TMH. I have several concerns about it. I am 42 and disabled. One of my concerns are that I have a bad back. I have had 2 surgery s and am in pain most ot the time to this day and I am sure the pain will be twice is bad with my surgery. I also have siezures, they are very far and few between now, but am still on meds for them everyday. I have high blood pressure and well need I say more? I have so many concerns. Just hoping that you can help me with some of these issues before the BIG Thank- you for your time: Peggy Rae
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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it is better for you to consult physician near to your place,
as you are having high BP, seizure, back pain and these symptoms needed your physical examination, regular BP monitoring,
and also for seizure at these age require MRI brain with epilepsy protocol to rule out different cause for seizure.

so in my opinion do MRI brain with epilepsy protocol and consult physician near to you.
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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