Hello to everyone out there. We had found out that my husband had had a brain tumor on Oct 28th. On Nov 6th they had done the biopsy and it came back benign and they will leave it in there. Now, my husband is convinced everytime he has a headache or gets dizzy that there is something wrong, but I think that he's still healing. He's been pushing himself to walk to school and walk home and study until whenever, just like he use to before all of this, but I think he needs to take it easy. He's convinced that he needs to do this to get his stamina back up. Does anyone know how long it takes to recover from a brain biopsy? The doctors' are pretty vague when it comes to information, and I don't like searching the internet since all websites conflict with each other. Also, he's been dealing with a real strong urge that he shouldn't have lived through this. He is convinced that he should have died on the table. Now he's extremely emotional (which he hates!) and he doesn't know how to deal with it. He won't talk to a professional because they keep preaching life (his exact words). Thank you for any help that you can offer!
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