Low grade tumour

Hi all I have a carveous haemangioma that was 8mm big iny frontal right lobe of skull in 2014. Is that classed a low grade tumour? And can they get smaller or bigger? I had these in my womb that went as big as tangerines but dont know how long was there for. Just that I’ve had an mri with contrast 2 weeks ago and waiting on results and was wondering if that one that was found 5 yrs ago will still be there as since then my head pains have got worse and have these seizure attack things that happen in the morning like a build up of pressure but get them at any time now so was thinking it’s all connected.  Many thanks 

  • Hi and welcome to the online community

    I'm not a member of this group but noticed that your post hadn't had any replies. 

    According to the NHS website a cavernous hemangioma is a "cluster of abnormal blood vessels, usually found in the brain and spinal cord".

    If you take a look at the information it does say to advise your doctor if you have any new or worsening symptoms. I presume that you have been to see your doctor and he has arranged for you to have an MRI scan.

    Wishing you all the best


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