Long story short. Have several confirmed hemangiomas and one angioma of the brain that have become symptomatic over the last year. Hemangiomas are located in the liver, skull, cervical spine, and right kidney. Angioma runs from temp to oct lobe. Have upper right quad pain and head and neck aches daily. Have night sweats that just drench me to the point of having to dry off with a towel. Have some visual issues with right eye. Both hands and right shoulder go to sleep. lymph nodes in neck are swollen. I go to see a gastro ent tomorrow. My question is could there be some correlation between the sudden growth of these hemangiomas and some type of blood disorder. I just don't feel like my GP is going in the right direction with this. She is a great doc and I know this is a long drawn out process of elimination, but cat of liver and gall bladder came back ok other than the liver being a little enlarged. Any help is very much appreciated.
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