Right Temporal Lobe

I was told by the neurosurgeon that we would just keep an eye on it.( I have an eye on it, the right eye) I have MRI's and MRA done yearly.

My symptoms: Occasional headaches
Forgetfulness
Poor balance
Poor speech at different times, not able to say some words.
Can see a word that I want to say but can't remember how to say it at times.
Bad concentration, not always able to focus on a task.
Always tired and sleep a lot.
I have the worst time with remembering faces and conversations.
Comprehension, can not read a book and remember what was read fully or read an assignment and have a clear understanding as to the content.
Get stressed easily and have bouts of depression.

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Hi im Andrew 28 years old from Wales in U.K.I have a right temporal lobe Arachnoid Cyst.I started to get symptons with it at the start of 2001

i had a pulsating noise on the right sight of my head which made it difficult to sleep and i started to sweat a lot at times it gets really bad it drips off my hair and off my face its really embarassing.Then i gruadually got more problems i started get spots in front of my eyes,vomitting every morning,neck and shoulder pain,loss of feeling in hands and feet and was feeling exhausted all the time.

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I have not slept yet again.
 
When i was seven i started getting what the doctors called "night terrors"  to add to the exitement i had severe ear infections and tinnitus. I had to be hospitalised on many occasions. i was very quite child with vivid imagination, i did all the wrong thing every step out of line i took.

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Hi,

I have recently been diagnosed with a subarachnoid cyst on the right frontal lobe of my brain with associated skull thinning. I have suffered from migraines for 8 years and requested from my physician to have an MRI done just to be sure that everything in my brain was fine.

Much to my dismay this was not the case. I also suffered from small muscle tremors, my thought processes were not always clear, and several other symptoms that were inexplicable (i.e. waking up with pressure headaches everyday etc.etc.)

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