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TECHINCAL DIFFICULTIES...Please Stand By... by Alyson .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:05pm For some unknown reason, our Internet provider's server has decided that I and my email account DO NOT EXIST!!!! We will be addressing this with GCEC first thing tomorrow and hope to have it fixed asap. In the meanwhile, please be patient if you try to communicate with me via email...I may or may not receive it until further not ... Read on »
Technical difficulties, please stand by by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 05 Feb 2010 10:00am Hi all - I am experiencing some problems with my wireless router having to a hard reboot at least daily.  Once everything is unplugged and plugged back in the connection kicks back in. Am I missing something here? Advice welcome and in fact desired :) Read on »
Please Stand By - We are Having Technical Difficulties by Pink Lemonade .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Feb 2010 8:10pm We are currently having difficulties retrieving the comments for three of our last four giveaways (although it is showing on our blogger dashboard that the comments are therewe cannot retrieve them). We are trying to resolve the problem and will announce winners as soon as possible. Thanks for your patience. Read on »
Signs & Symptoms of Anemia by Be Well Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of some of the common signs and symptoms of Anemia: Anemia Breathing difficulty Brittle nails Concave nails Difficulty standing Difficulty swallowing Dizziness Enlarged spleen Fatigue Husky voice Increased heart rate Jaundice Low blood pressure Low iron Paleness Pallor Poor appetite ... Read on »
What is she talking about? by Caroline Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:01pm For those of you that don't know about my diagnoses-especially my family and friends-I thought I would explain a bit. Syringomelia I was first diagnosed with a syrinx which is a fluid filled cyst that forms in the center of the spinal cord. If you have a syrinx then you have syringomyelia. Syringomyelia is defined as a serious ... Read on »
Parkinson's Disease - Early Signs Checklist by Kate K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Dec 2008 3:42pm My posts on the early warning signs of Parkinson's and end-stage Parkinson's continue to be the most popular among my readers. People want to know when Parkinson's begins and when it will end. Mike from Florida found my list helpful and expanded upon it to develop a more comprehensive list. Needless to say, no two people with Parkinson's are ... Read on »
POLY MYALGIA RHEUMATICA by Joanne60 Posted Sat 20 Feb 2010 3:08am I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS and then Poly Myalgia Rheumatica after a sudden illness left me with severe arthritis and muscle weakness starting in my upper arms and upper legs. My GP suspected Poly Myalgia Rheumatica and a gave me steroids which immediately relieved the symptoms thus supporting her clinical diagnosis. My SED rate wa ... Read on »
Tips and Pointers on Some Park ... by heroteo heroteo Posted Tue 19 Jan 2010 12:02am Tips and Pointers on Some Parkinson's Symptoms Soft voice, slurred speech and masked face Parkinson's patients have difficulty with voice and speech. We have shortness of breath. We don't speak loud enough. Our speech is almost unintelligible. Our face is expressionless ("poker-face"), so people thought we are not interested or unhappy, eve ... Read on »
Being Committed to Reducing Your Weight by Doctor of Philosophy Posted Thu 18 Aug 2011 8:37am by Maria's Last Diet Commitment is everything. Don’t you find that to be the case? If you’re committed, then you go ahead and do it and keep doing it. You start your diet. You stay on your diet. If you’re really and truly committed, after losing a lot of weight, you learn how to keep weight off permanently--not for a few weeks, months, ... Read on »
Waiting for Bloomers, Or, From Corsets to the MS Hug by ProfSpazz Posted Sun 03 Mar 2013 3:56pm Though our political and social attitudes could not have been more different, my paternal grandfather and I shared an intense emotional connection. During the last years of his life we talked on the phone almost every evening and I visited him several times a year. Most often, our conversations focused on the minutiae of daily life, but not inf ... Read on »