I am on my mid-30s, and as of this age, we are all expecting to have a little weirdness in our body. However, mine was a little too extreme for me. I came to the point where I suspect myself of dying from cancer. I thought of several diseases that could be causing the suffering I am feeling. Continue reading “I Found Out I Have Chiari Malformation: Wait, What?”
All of us has had a headache in our lifetime. It could be a signal of stress, lack of sleep, hunger, or other medical health conditions such as the Arnold Chiari Malformation. Some of us may be clueless of this condition as we don’t even know it existed. The symptoms could be mistaken for other medical conditions, and the only way to identify it accurately is by seeking a professional opinion. Continue reading “Establish Mindfulness: What Is Arnold Chiari Malformation?”
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It is difficult to confirm whether you have Chiari malformation or not because its symptoms are common among many diseases such as diabetes and vertigo. The only way you can find out for sure is to consult your health care provider as you have to undergo some tests including MRI or a CT scan. Continue reading “Arnold Chiari Malformation, Diabetes Mellitus, And Vertigo: Which Is Which?”
The symptoms of Chari Malformation in adults are difficult to notice since they do not necessarily occur. How much more of a challenge it is in babies? However, given it can be congenital or present at birth, diagnosis can be as early as infancy. Continue reading “Recognizing Chiari Malformation In Babies”
My best friend’s daughter, Paula, was discovered to have Arnold Chiari Malformation when she was 5. This means that the back portion of her brain has been pulled down to the base of her skull and into her upper spinal canal.
Arnold Chiari Malformation is usually developmental, meaning that they are formed as the body develops before birth. Many Chiari patients, though, don’t present with symptoms until they reach adulthood. They also don’t receive treatment until they are older. But for those with symptomatic malformations but have unsuccessfully to non-surgical treatments, there are several tested and proven surgical treatments available.