Was diagnosed last year with 2cm meningioma. MRI was done because of a possible sinus infection. Have had no symptoms. The hardest part of all of this is not the tumor itself but the MRIs and waiting on the results from the doctor. Have had 3 MRIs now with no growth or change. I am not happy with the doctor and will probably change. He just seems so doom and gloom. From what I understand, there is a possibility that this will never grow or bother me but he has never given me that to think about. Is there anyone else out there that has had their tumor for years and is living normally. And how do you get to that point. The doctor did say it would get better after a couple of MRIs are under my belt. But you always have to live with knowing that the next MRI may be a bad one. I try to stay as optimistic and confident as possible. I don't think one day has gone by in a year that I haven't thought about it several times a day. How do you get beyond that?
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