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Lump Problem by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 5:01pm Question : My puppy has a lump on her back paw. I am able to touch it without causing her any discomfort, and it seems to be hard, and shows to have blood circulating too the lump. The lump has been growing slowly over the past month. Any suggestions? Answer : Dear, The lump has following genesis: 1. Tumorous tissue ... Read on »
Lump in lower left abdomen, pain in abdomen and lower back by agnes Posted Sun 23 Aug 2009 2:53pm 1 Comment I am a 34 year old female, I have a small hard lump in my lower left abdomen, I have been experiencing pain on and off for aprox. 1 year.  This past week, I have also been experiencing severe lower back pain with the abdominal pain. My medical history includes 2 c-sections, and a tubal ligation.  I have had gallbladder attack previous, and last yea ... Read on »
and the boys are back blogging ..... by Clive Whooley Posted Tue 02 Sep 2014 3:20pm The boys are finally back blogging after what seems like a very long summer ... Mom wasn't well ... Clive wasn't well .... Murray wasn't happy .... But finally the weeks of rest worked for anyone and Mom is nearly fully better again, Clive has recovered from another nasty lump on his back and Murray is happy again. Well, h ... Read on »
Looking Back at 2009 by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 31 Dec 2009 6:13pm Baby Dylan - highlight of the year So that was 2009 - what a fantastic year!!! For me it was neatly divided in two by the arrival of baby Dylan in July. He was certainly the highlight of a year that was full of fun, excitement and adventure. 2009 started for me at 2am on New Years day when Sharpie and I drove up to ... Read on »
Why Doesn’t Underwear Have a Back Door? by Cat T. Posted Tue 13 Aug 2013 11:35am It’s as black as night outside right now, so the beet chips I made for y’all will just have to wait. I know I’m lame and need a lightbox, but honestly, even if I had one, I’m not sure if I’d know how to use one. I guess I could google, but really? Yeah, my blog isn’t a business. It’s a hobby I love. The area that is my job is the arts a ... Read on »
History by ANNGREGORY74 Patient Expert Posted Mon 03 May 2010 7:51am A recent friend asked if I've ever written a history of events for the blog. I have, but it's been a while. After Lisa asked, it occurred to me that a brief recap of the last three years would be helpful to new readers. I promised to dash one off only to be stymied by other engagements. When I did find the time to sit and write, I couldn't ... Read on »
Our Neurosurgery Appointment...... by Pamela B. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 10:50pm So I have been kind of dragging my feet with this post. After all the fun we had on Wednesday, I was kind of enjoying being in that state of euphoria for a bit. But reality is calling me back and I thought I would update on some things that are happening here. We saw the Neurosurgeon Wednesday morning before Chloee's Makeover ... Read on »
The Trip Thus Far... by Rational Jenn Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 06 Nov 2008 11:39pm Our brave vacationing family made it to Raleigh late yesterday. We were on track to actually leave our house when I imagined we would (I'm so organized!) when Brendan noticed a big lump on the back of Ryan's knee! "Freaked out" doesn't begin to describe my feelings upon seeing that lump. We rushed off to the pediatrician who diagnosed (as had I ... Read on »
Mark Twain’s Healthy Cynicism About Health Care by Francine H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Jan 2011 5:06pm Image via Wikipedia I have been listening to the latest edition of  “The Autobiography of Mark Twain ,” and I’ve decided Twain has much to tell us. Especially about health care. We think we have come so far, and yet we keep coming up against the limits of medical science and the failure of the health care busin ... Read on »
Complications by Lupus Nephritis .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Apr 2013 2:18pm I have been diagnosed for about 15+years of lupus nephritis, I also have the osteopenia in my lower back & spine (I was going to PT 2x week, but the therapist I was working w/had to leave in a week for another job...the PT that replaced her did nothing, and has me regressing back, starting w/cane, shorter walking periods, needing to use a wheelch ... Read on »