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chell

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At NewYears l lifted my arm to get a bowl and l got a severe stabbing from the base of my head to my fingers that was like fire and l sat down and then l was falling asleep,the next day that arm and hand were completely numb and feeling came back that night,also l have been having severe back problems and l went almost 2 days without urinating and was told that when my legs and back got bad enough and that happened to go to the ER, and when l did, l was sent to another Hospital the next morning to see a Neurologist who had an idea what the problem was. He sent me for an MRI and spotted a white lesion on my forehead and did not say what it was or how l got it.
l was then sent for a dye CTscan and another MRI but that was not good as l kept jerking and moving (more nervous), but l was wondering, the Dr. told me the signal for going to the bathroom is in the forehead so something was out of whack that l could not go , so l was wondering being dysthymic,PTSD,people say my moods go up and down, does this white lesion have anything to do with my moods?
 
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i think the best person to ask that question would be a doctor. i have no knowledge about these kinds of things. that being said, maybe someone else here knows something that could be of help.
 

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What does "white lesion on my forehead" mean? On the skin? or in the brain?
 

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When they did the MRI on me the first time, they found a white lesion or l suppose a white spot in the forehead area of my head that showed up when they were reading the xray

l would probably have to say the brain since my family Dr. said she is pretty sure it is not a brain tumor, she is not saying it is not, but to reassure me she said, it probably is not, but the part of going to the bathroom is 4 veins on the brain in the forehead area of the brain
 
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