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lump part 2 by Cathy .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 13 Jul 2011 5:08pm Today my dog Noelle had surgery to remove a lump from her rib cage area. In fact her vet believes it is 2 lumps. We have been monitoring it for a while but suddenly it started to grow. This feels like deja vu because of Ripley had surgery in December where they removed an orange size tumor fromhim chest. As most of you know he couldn' ... Read on »
My lower ribcage developed a lump under it after I broke my ribs about 5 years ago! by Mandi Posted Mon 24 Nov 2008 6:19pm My husband broke his ribs about 4-5 years ago and they did heal, he developed a lump under his right rib cage and it feels like an oversized fatroll compared to his left one.  It doesn't bother him, doesn't hurt him ever, and when I push on it to see if it hurts him it never does.  When he looses weight it decreases in size and then when he gains w ... Read on »
Enough is enough by Rosehaven Cottage .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Oct 2012 10:06pm For months now I've contemplated whether I should write this post. And for months, I've crammed the thought back into the recesses of my brain and decided to just move forward with as much positive attitude as possible. But today, a friend shared a video link on Facebook of a news anchor calling out a bully on live television and at the bot ... Read on »
David Sedaris made my stomach hurt last night. by elizabeth Posted Thu 03 May 2012 1:02pm This is the book Sedaris recommended this year -- a tradition  on his tour Yes. I laughed so hard that not only my stomach ached, but my face muscles did, too. In fact, for a second I thought that I'd dislocated my jaw. He read a few new essays, the recent dentist/medical system/socialism essay from The New Yorker, told ver ... Read on »
burning pain between rib cage before or during period by luna Posted Sat 05 Sep 2009 4:29pm hello as i suffer with headaches, anxiety and endometriosis and (what my gp thinks to be)IBS, i recently changed my diet removing wheat-dairy-sugar-yeast-gluten. this month one day before(thursday) my period started i suffered from burning pain between rib cage . i was wakened up at 6.30 am and pain continue till 8.30am after went down a lot l ... Read on »
Numbness under my rib cage after general anasetic by Louisew020 Posted Mon 28 Dec 2009 12:40pm I had a general anasetic 7 weeks ago and since then have noticed a  numbness below my right rib cage, it is not painfull but weird, could this be a side effect from the anasetic? Read on »
SwitchEasy RibCage for iPad by Vanessa R. Patient Expert Posted Sat 26 Jun 2010 10:58am If your ribcage is worthy enough to protect a few of your most important organs, it’s worthy enough to protect your important new iPad. SwitchEasy just came out with this new ultra tough reinforced protective sleeve for the iPad.  The ribcage actually acts to dissipate shock and protect the large glass screen…so they sa ... Read on »
Organic and Natural Pet Food – Prevention is the Best Medicine by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Thu 31 Mar 2011 5:40am An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure – we have all heard this phrase during our lives many times. Nothing could be truer when it comes to our pets. Unfortunately, many dog owners have accepted common abnormalities as normal. By learning to care for our dogs before they become ill, using natural and holistic approaches, we ... Read on »
Wishy Washy Day by Kathy S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:39pm I gave a sample for my blood work this morning and was promptly called in for my check-up. My oncologist had printed out results from my Ct scans of July and of last week to show me how much the Taxol (the ultimate head lice control drug) had shrunk the tumors in my lungs. This was encouraging. He asked about all the possible side effects and exa ... Read on »
Bartonella and Babesia Symptom Checklists, According To James Schaller, MD, MAR by Connie S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Sep 2011 3:48pm James Schaller, MD, MAR, has spent many years researching and treating Bartonella and Babesia, two important tick-borne infections implicated in chronic Lyme disease. He is a prolific writer who has published several books on these infections, as well as on other topics relating to chronic illness and tick-borne infections. Below I share with you ... Read on »