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Hi, it was discovered I had a haemangioma in my T8 earlier this year, after over 6 months of complaining to my GP of severe pain in a very specific spot on my spine. I'm now told these don't cause pain, nor grow. Both of these statements I disagree with, the haemangioma wasn't on my MRI 18 months ago, and the pain is very specific and new. I am from Australia and am eager to hear from others here in Australia on who may be able to help!  


  • hello, malayekaq!

    has your doctor mentioned any course of treatment for you for the hemangioma?  obviously, it is causing you pain, so it sure sounds like it's time for a treatment plan to come together!!!  i do hope this happens for you sooner than later.

    i'd like to welcome you to the forums!  please click on the following link for some helpful information to get you started!

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    Kimmy72, Spine-health Moderator
    Firm believer in PMA!
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