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Radiotherapy for oesophageal cancer by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:38pm Radiotherapy treats cancer by using high-energy rays to destroy the cancer cells, while doing as little harm as possible to normal cells. Radiotherapy is directed at specific parts of the body and may be given externally or internally. External radiotherapy External radiotherapy may be given before or after surgery. Depending up ... Read on »
Signs of Toxic Body Overload by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 05 Nov 2008 11:23pm I'm on day one of a detox diet. I'm always concerned about the food we eat hurting our body more than helping. Read the following symptoms of toxic overload, how toxic are you? Headaches Constipation Bloating or gas Heartburn or indigestion Nausea Tiredness or fatigue Frequent colds or flu, runny nose or constant sneezin ... Read on »
Pregnancy week 10: Ferocious tiredness by Catherine Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:58pm It feels as if the nausea is finally lifting. Mum and I walked to Santa Monica via the Venice canals and I still had the nagging need to pee all day, but no nausea. After a sumptuous Mexican lunch, I suddenly felt as if I was being tortured into staying awake after days on end of being awake. It’s a really unpleasant feeling. I thought perhaps of ... Read on »
Insulin Resistance in the Muscle by Vickie Patient Expert Posted Fri 05 Mar 2010 10:25am Those who have Insulin Resistance generally have a higher baseline insulin level, because the body is always fighting to overcome the resistance. But it isn't the insulin that is causing the problem. When you reach the point of muscle Insulin Resistance, it's excess Triglycerides. Now, the adipose tissue at this point is still highly sensitive ... Read on »
Nausea, Vomiting & Constipation – The Joys of Pregnancy by Emanuela .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:02pm Author: Richard Smart Pregnancy is a time of preparation, wonder and eager anticipation. It is also a time of nausea, vomiting and constipation, tiredness, swollen ankles, cranky moods and sleepless nights. Add to this the worries that invade an expectant mother’s thinking. Some are rational and based on facts and some not so rational and ... Read on »
Radiotherapy for large bowel cancer by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:39pm Radiotherapy treats cancer by using high-energy rays to destroy the cancer cells, while doing as little harm as possible to normal cells. Radiotherapy is usually only used to treat cancer of the rectum. It is not normally used for colon cancer except occasionally to relieve symptoms. Radiotherapy does not make you radioactive and it is ... Read on »
Research on Tamoxifen. by seabreeze Facebook Posted Mon 03 May 2010 12:00am Recently one of the ladies that reads my blog was wondering why I am going to see my oncologist to see if the bone and muscle pains are from the Tamoxifen because it seems that so many Doctors do not see this as a side effect. I have found that a lot of people especially in the US are being told this as well. So the question is then...why are so ... Read on »
An Update by Candi Houston Posted Thu 15 Mar 2012 12:00am I guess I should post a little update since it's coming on a month since my last post.  This pregnancy is still going smoothly for the most part.  I have a hard time posting about it because I still feel like if some of my friends out there are still reading (which I doubt anyone really is anymore), well I don't want to be rubbing this pregnancy ... Read on »
Quick Thursday Thoughts by Roni N. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Apr 2010 8:31pm Feeling a little better but not really in my normal talk-ity talky kind of mood so I thought I’d just pass on some links which is the whole point of Thursday thoughts anyway. :) So… I love a good success story . For some reason that one spoke to me. I think it was his observation "The biggest change was seeing food as fuel." ... Read on »
Our Chemotastic Weekend by CarrieG Posted Sun 16 May 2010 12:00am Hannah had chemo every day this weekend starting with Friday and will go through Tuesday. It is going be the same for this up coming week as well. I now also have a chemo pill to give her every night that requires me to have gloves and a whole special set up. Our med list is ridiculous, I have become a pharmacist! Friday's chemo was in the s ... Read on »