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Numb Arm by Flo H. Patient Expert Posted Sat 14 Apr 2012 1:24pm Ever since I got back from Indianapolis I've had some arm issues. First it was my left arm/shoulder area hurt. I thought that it was from carrying my luggage around all kinds of airports since it was so heavy. After a couple of days that went away and my right arm starting bothering me. It goes numb. That's not completely true, it ... Read on »
Matt Roloff Spinal Surgery? Is This His Last Option For Pain Relief? by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 20 Oct 2009 10:01pm I am a fan of Little People Big World. I am always amazed and impressed with what the Roloff family has accomplished. On a recent episode Matt (father) and Jeremy (older son) went on a skiing trip, much to their mother Amy’s dismay. Matt has recently been experiencing a lot of neck pain, shoulder pain and numbness into his left arm. Matt ... Read on »
Why Pregnant Women Frighten Me by Nurse William Registered Nurse Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:52pm I had spent the first half of my shift in the "Fast Track" section of the Emergency Department. Cases that are a level 4 and 5 on the 5-point triage scale are sent to Fast Track in order to make room for the more acute cases in the main ER. Cases that rate a 4 or 5 are cuts, sprains, bumps, bruises, series antibiotics, migraines, the mother who bri ... Read on »
here we go again by Joan H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 24 Apr 2006 12:00am Saw my rheumatologist today, and she discontinued my current meds (doing nothing) in favor of a methotrexate-like drug, Arava. We discussed using Humira or another injectable, but since all of those drugs suppress the immune system, they're generally contraindicated for cancer patients. I braced myself for a high pricetag, b ... Read on »
My ego is bruised and so is my t... by Kim F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 9:10pm My ego is bruised and so is my tummy. It’s been a crazy few days in Casa de Fabrizio.  It all began on Monday evening when I completed my daily injection routine.  It was tummy night and apparently I must have injected too close to my belly button.  The good news is that I now have verifiable proof that there really are muscles in my pooch ... Read on »
Signs & Symptoms of Angina by Medical Team Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of some of the common signs and symptoms of Angina: Breathlessness Brief chest pain Chest discomfort Chest pain Chest tightness Choking feeling Numbness in left arm Pain extends down left arm Pain extends to neck Pain relief from rest Pain worsens on exercise Tingling in left arm Weakness of le ... Read on »
Race Review: Appleton YMCA Freaky 5k by soledaddy Posted Sat 05 Nov 2011 12:14pm The local YMCA always has a 5k run around Halloween. The Freaky 5k was one of the local races that for the last few years I have considered doing but it never seemed to fit into my busy weekend schedule. This year some of my friends from work decided to do it and asked if I would come along. My Saturday schedule was not filled as early in the ... Read on »
Other Medical Adventures: Meningioma. by Carrie R. Posted Sat 15 Sep 2012 1:30am Worst days of my life: October 29, 2008--the day the results of my quad screen for Miss B's pregnancy came back abnormally high for my age. November 17, 2008--the day we got the results of Miss B's amniocentesis, confirming her diagnosis of Trisomy 21. (Side note: If I had known then, what I know now, those 2 days surrounding Miss B's ... Read on »
A Bit of a Scare by suprstarny Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jun 2010 12:00am My little firecrackers! Hi all, Well, we had WAY too much excitement this holiday weekend. My mom ended up in the hospital on Sunday after having issues with numbness in her left arm and leg. Nothing like being at a 4th of July celebration over an hour away when you get news that your mom is in the hospital... Some of you may r ... Read on »
Big Lessons, Wee Lessons, Things I Like, Things I Don't, And Everything In Between by Puglet .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 29 Nov 2008 12:20pm When you are 30, pasta should be a basic food group and enjoyed more frequentley than every 1-4 years. One must remember that Rogue Agents, while exciting in all their double agent geekdom, are still Rogue Agents, and you may need to at some point shove them into an icy river. But not quite yet. I'm riding the crest of a wave, suprise ... Read on »