Good morning. My Dad was diagnosed with AML a little over a year ago. He had a bone marrow transplant about a year ago. He now had multiple chloromas popping up throughout his body including inside his head (not sure if they are actually on his brain or just outside.). I am wondering if anyone who had pinpoint radiation to the head developed any mental confusion? My Dad seems confused at times and makes comments that are way out in left field. I was also wondering if this happens, is it normally temporary? Or can/does it last forever? If it's generally temporary, how long does it usually last? Whenever I ask his doctor I only hear: "Everyone is different." which I understand, but I'm just hoping to hear some different expireinces. He had a total of 7 treatments to the brain stem, right temple and near his left eye. His last treatment was this past Wednesday. I would love to hear any of your expieriences. Thank you SO much :0)
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