Yesterday I went to see my Neurosurgeon re: fourth angiogram report. After looking at all the photos, he said the sweetest words to me: "Lesley, I don't want to see you here again". I was so very excited and happy, i just had a quick cry of happiness.
I asked him if my head was now "normal" ( I meant as normal as it can be), and he said "Lesley, there is absolutely nothing b....y normal about your head"!! LOL. He then told us that it was the biggest AVM he has ever seen, 6x5 by 3x4, and he still sees it in his mind.
So, after 16 months of seeing this great man, this part of my life moves on. I won't say that I will miss him, but I am so grateful to God for giving him the skill to keep me alive. I'm grateful for the doctors, rehab staff, my GP (who found the AVM), my husband, family and friends for sticking with me and last but NEVER least, my AVM family and the special friends I have made here. I will be eternally grateful. Thank you all. Lesley.xx
HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ONE AND ALL!!