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Catching You Up To Now I figured... by Jo C. Burzycki Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 9:53pm Catching You Up To Now I figured I would just skip the play by play and just catch you up to the here and now so here it is. I had bloodwork done a few weeks ago but I guess the results didn't make the doctors happy so I had to go back and have it repeated the other day. It will be about a week before we get those results back and then we wil ... Read on »
Long Time No "See"... *updated o... by Jo C. Burzycki Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 1:42pm 3 Comments Long Time No "See"... *updated on 02/23/07* Again, sorry I don't update much. I probably should since there are so many Google searches that bring people to this blog. Of course, they realize quickly that it's not a medical page and exit I'm afraid after the initial overdose of MEN2a info when you are first ... Read on »
Reality by Erin Patient Expert Posted Mon 20 Jul 2009 11:25pm Sometimes it's easier to live in a fantasy world and say screw it to the reality. I've spent the last year in some sort of fantasy world thinking that I'm going to get better, and our situation is going to get better, and that I will be able to go back to work thereby making our situation better. Then the reality comes crashing down, and I realize ... Read on »
Bipolar or Multiple Sclerosis by Erin Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:18pm Last Tuesday I wrote an entry about being diagnosed as having bipolar disorder and disagreeing with that diagnosis. I was diagnosed officially in 2006, and here is what brought that to attention. For several years, I had issues with depression and at some periods of time, it was severe. I was going through some very difficult life problems a ... Read on »
The swim by Krista L. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:54pm Over the course of 19 week I swam 168,575 yards. I was trained. Unfortunately due to 6 months of neck/nerve injuries I was unable to swim from July 07-January 08 so I had lost a LOT of speed. The first couple months of training were getting the feel back, and being very very careful not to tweak anything. Slowly, I got my rhythm back and st ... Read on »
OWIE!! by Kimberly H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 06 Jan 2011 12:00am I know that I owe you guys some updates and a few more photos from the holidays - and of course some photos from the boys' dedication... but for today - I need to take a moment and tell you about my most recent foray in to the world of doctors and medicine. Ever since I have delivered Tyler, I've been having pain in my shoulders and arms. ... Read on »
Chris Carpenter’s Career Does NOT Have to be Over by John Elder Posted Mon 11 Feb 2013 3:47pm If you’re a Major League Baseball fan I’m sure you have heard the news. If you’re a St. Louis Cardinals fan, I’m positive you have heard the news. In case you are neither, it was announced last week that Cardinals’ pitcher Chris Carpenter may have thrown his last pitch in the Majors due to a condition known as Thoracic Outlet Syn ... Read on »
BP Machines, TDAPs, and X-Rays, Oh My! by Bella C Patient Expert Posted Wed 12 Jan 2011 12:00am Yesterday I went to the doctor, and I walked out with more than I’d bargained for. The initial reason for my visit was because I’d been having fairly severe lower back pain as well as numbness in my right arm, from my shoulder to my fingertips.  After examining me, the doctor said that she wasn’t at all concerned with my back ( ... Read on »
I Suck At Low Carb Dieting – Week 4 – Alien Hand Syndrome by Low Carb Confidential !. Patient Expert Posted Sun 18 Mar 2012 6:28am Reflecting back at the previous week, I made some decent progress. I shed 8 lbs., which isn’t shabby, though I’m not too impressed as most of the weight was most likely water retention from a blowout the prior week. A major event was getting my ass to the gym every day last week and the experience not sucking and me actually looking forw ... Read on »
Back In The Saddle Again... by Nathan L. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 7:17pm Tricia began her Physical Therapy at the Center For Living yesterday! 1 day down, 22 to go! Tricia must complete a minimum of 23 days of PT before she will be released to go home to the OBX. She also has clinic appointments about once a week, including some other appointments, all of which may take days away from PT, so we'll p ... Read on »