As of the last update, Trey was experiencing symptoms that resembled pre-surgery symptoms. Since then Trey has had two MRI's and has started radiation. After a concerned call (yes Shandy's crazy) to the oncologist, he agreed that these were something to worry about. He ordered a MRI, the findings came back with swelling. Although it was causing physical ailments, this was a good sign. This meant Trey was healing and was able to start radiation. Oncologist prescribed Trey som
Before we join the world of cancer patients in radiation, we have a few extra hurdles to go through. The week for Trey will consist of two three hour scans, and two spinal taps. This is to ensure he is still eligible for radiation. If any new masses have formed, we will be switching over to proton therapy treatments. Although proton therapy is new and has it's advantages, it also has it's disadvantages.
Along with the multiple tests, Trey is also keeping up with rehabil
As of our last update, Trey is still having his dizzy and nausea (vomit) spells in the morning. We had contacted our neuro surgeon and met with his assistant. He was not sure why Trey was having it, but brushed it off as it was nothing to be concerned about. We asked if it would be good to have another MRI to verify, he stated it wouldn't be necessary. He suggested we contact our primary care to see if they could give some guidance... We did as directed, our primary gave