My feet run on the same place

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My feet run on the same place

by AussieMarg on Fri Jun 14, 2019 02:53 AM

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Back on the 8th. August 2014 at 2.30 pm I was diagnosed with Anaplastic Oligodrendroglioma Stage 3 brain cancer cancer. After fifteen double doses of radiation therapy whilst in a High Care level nursing home at Mount Gravatt in Brisbane Australia ???? I manage to escape from the nursing and lived by myself in society. I have even had to move twice since the nursing home. My brain cancer hasn't been stable for a bit over three years. I now have extensive scarring on my brain from the fifteen double doses of radiation therapy. Now my feet run on the spot often when I'm sitting down. I get no warning whatsoever. Onemmorning I was trying to get out of bed then when my feet were about six inches from the floor, they started to run on the spot, which caused me to fall and hit my head on the wall where the wall stud is. I called the ambulance and was taken to the Toowoomba Hospital where I live. Has anyone else who has brain cancer especially Anaplastic Oligodrendroglioma Stage 3 brain cancer experienced having their feet running on the spot while they are thankfully sitting down.

Sincerely Aussie Marg. 

RE: My feet run on the same place

by AussieMarg on Fri Jun 14, 2019 02:57 AM

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On Jun 14, 2019 2:53 AM AussieMarg wrote:

Back on the 8th. August 2014 at 2.30 pm I was diagnosed with Anaplastic Oligodrendroglioma Stage 3 brain cancer cancer. After fifteen double doses of radiation therapy whilst in a High Care level nursing home at Mount Gravatt in Brisbane Australia ???? I manage to escape from the nursing and lived by myself in society. I have even had to move twice since the nursing home. My brain cancer hasn't been stable for a bit over three years. I now have extensive scarring on my brain from the fifteen double doses of radiation therapy. Now my feet run on the spot often when I'm sitting down. I get no warning whatsoever. Onemmorning I was trying to get out of bed then when my feet were about six inches from the floor, they started to run on the spot, which caused me to fall and hit my head on the wall where the wall stud is. I called the ambulance and was taken to the Toowoomba Hospital where I live. Has anyone else who has brain cancer especially Anaplastic Oligodrendroglioma Stage 3 brain cancer experienced having their feet running on the spot while they are thankfully sitting down.

Sincerely Aussie Marg. 

My brain cancer has been stable for a bit over three years it should have read. Difficult to see on an Android phone as my computer. 

Sincerely Aussie Marg 

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