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I got my new mri back, and I have 11

I got my new mri back, and I have 11 brain menigies. they wwere huge and inoprable, now in the last 8 months they have grown to 8 cc, 77 cmm and groing into my skull changing thee entire skull shape. I also found 5 new ones. They grow and chage with chronic stress. now my gp wants me to get surgery, ut why if they are so enormous
Thu, 11 Oct 2018
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