What a lovely forum here,
So im a 17 year old guy living in Belgium
7 februari I got diagnosed with a braintumor(completely bengin and not dangerous) in my cerebellum it has been growing there for over 15 years i got it completely "successfully" surgically (14 februari not very valentineslike for me) removed just after my operation I showed not a single sign of ataxia , it was literally growing between the 2 little lobes of my cerebellum . My neurochiragant said everything is gonna be fine "over" time, after my operation I talked "normally" and saw everthing normally but 2 hours after my operation (when my anaesthesia was out of my body) I had this sudden Dystraria and double vision and poor limb co-ordination (eye's don't align poperly but individually normal) now im on physical therapy, i learned walking (after few weeks) but the thing that is weird is that my reflexes always are there and "save" me if needed which results in me not being able to fall, I always react (placing a foot or a hand preventing a fall) before any therapist. So I figured out this must be acute ataxtia, although my cerebellum is not damaged just had a tumor in there that was 5cm so could that tumor pushed my cerebellum? . I wonder if a post-op Mri can reveal acute ataxia? My neurochiragant hasn't even spoken about ataxia yet but now I'm not in the hospital where the neurochiragant works but different a one where is based more on therapy. I'll post a before mri too.
An uncertain teenager