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Fellow Fighter Sandra by megse5 Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:45pm 2 Comments My name is Sandi. I am now a 33 year mother of four. Starting sometime in 2003 or 2004 I began having *issues*. They were really what I considered fairly minor in the beginning. My family and I moved into a pretty big house. It was a beautiful house but it was an older house with what I considered a fair amount of dust in it so I wasn't too sur ... Read on »
Lydia has a lump on her chest by Therese K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 13 Aug 2009 11:01pm I just found a lump on Lydia’s chest. I’m trying really hard not to freak out. When I say I just found it, I mean just minutes ago. I was petting her while we snuggled on the couch and then I felt something under my fingers. I immediately got knots in my stomach and rolled my fingers over it again, hoping I was imagining it. I’m no ... Read on »
German Soldiers Growing One Breast Due to Hormone Stimulation When Performing Drills And Slapping Rifles on Their Left Side̷ by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 25 Jan 2013 3:57am This is an odd story but there are about 35 men who have grown one boob and it’s on the side where the rifle slaps down.  I guess if one wanted an equal set you have to start slapping the rifle on the other side right?  I guess this would be odd to just have a boob of size on one side.  The other alternative as the article suggests is ... Read on »
One Lump Or Two? by Jeri B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Oct 2009 5:01pm Last Friday morning I awoke with a slight pain in my left breast. It's not unusual for me to be tender sometimes so I really just ignored it although I did remember thinking it was odd the pain wasn't bilateral. Saturday it hurt a little worse. Sunday I got to poking around to see if I could pinpoint the actual area of pain since it now seeme ... Read on »
Your Left Side Is Weaker Than The Right by Lacie H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 8:56am I had some balance and hearing tests done this week to rule out that something other than my Brain Tail had been causing balance problems. I was hoping that the results would point to something concrete like perhaps my inner ear as the culprit. After an hour and a half of hearing, inner ear and ear nerve tests, I had arrived at the time ... Read on »
Do you part your hair on the right or the left side? by Nadine H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 2:07am While reading Vanity Fair today, I noticed that Graydon Carter’s Editor’s Letter claims that only 10% of Americans part their hair on the right side (as I normally do), according to an old study done by sociologists John and Catherine Walter. For some reason, this intrigued me…even though the blurb further claims that right-parters like me exhib ... Read on »
Chest Pain: The Unwanted Sequel by Jan Hasak Posted Sun 24 Jul 2011 11:33pm A month ago I landed in the Emergency Room of our local hospital due to acute pain radiating from the left side of my chest. An echocardiogram taken earlier in the day seemed to be the culprit. The logical explanation was that the E.C.H.O. technician probed too aggressively around my left rib cage. She apparently wanted to see how much p ... Read on »
Angulated intramitochondrial inclusions in the left leg of a man with a left-sided limp by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Mon 06 May 2013 12:21pm A 59-year-old male with a one-year history of limping as well as pain, weakness, and paresthesia of the left lower extremity who underwent lumbar microdiscectomy with cord decompression. Although the patient's pain subsided post-operatively, his other symptoms persisted. Since his CPK levels were chronically elevated (around the 500's), biopsies ... Read on »
Best Post of May 2013: Angulated intramitochondrial inclusions in the left leg of a man with a left-sided limp by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 03 Oct 2013 4:40pm Here's the next in our Best of the Month Series. No definitive diagnosis has been suggested since the original post on May 9, 2014 A 59-year-old male with a one-year history of limping as well as pain, weakness, and paresthesia of the left lower extremity who underwent lumbar microdiscectomy with cord decompression. Although the patient's ... Read on »