Hydrocephalus (Water on the brain): Water on the brain
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I have been on Prolia for a year and a half. I now have water on the brain and problems with cognition. I'm wondering if Prolia could be the cause and would appreciate any information from others. Thanks Lois Renton
It starts as soon as I wake up and my feet hit the ground upon getting out of bed. Even sooner. Mentioning it to drs gets a "what do you want me to do about it?" kind of reaction. Even my n/s. I was diagnosed with congenital NPH in 1993 at the age of 49. My first shuntdamn near killed me as the pressure setting was too low and it turned into a siphon and caused massive bilateral subdural hematomas, luckily discovered upon my 3-month followup visit after shunt implant. It's been a wild ride ever since.
I was born with Spins Bifida & hydrocephalus. I noticed my sleeping patterns in 2007, when I was working. As of recently, I'm falling asleep watching TV, reading, or painting. I'm very concerned, because I'm in a wheelchair and I know how dangerous this could be.
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