hemangioma between vertabrae

Should a hemangioma between the vertebrae be asymptomatic. I had an MRI done about 6 years ago because of pain between by spine and right shoulder blade. Found out I have a hemangioma between my vertebrae around T7 that has pushed the fluid out. The Dr. said I shouldn't notice it but 6 years later I still have the same pain and it happens to be in the same area as the hemangioma. Sometimes I get a numbness or a nerve type tingle. My question is could the hemangioma cause these symptoms and if so is there any treatment?

Posted By Melanie Potts on May 18, 2010 at 14:30:16:

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