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Signs & Symptoms of Graves' Disease by Med RX Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of some of the common signs and symptoms of Graves' Disease: Blurred vision Breathlessness Brittle hair Bulging eyes Conjunctival edema Double vision Enlarged thyroid gland Eye changes Eye inflammation Frequent bowel movements Goiter Heat intolerance Heat sensitivity High blood pressure H ... Read on »
Total Joint Replacement Educational Series Part 13: Swelling and Bruising After Total Knee and Total Hip Replacement by Dr. Tony DiGioia Medical Doctor Posted Fri 10 Oct 2008 2:12pm ·               You may have swelling and bruising around the knee or hip and down into the lower leg after your total joint replacement. ·               Bruising may last for up to 6-8 weeks.   This is part of the normal healing process. ·               Being on the blood thinner after surgery can contribute to this ... Read on »
NYC's Best Treatment for Knee Pain and Arthritis of the Knee by Dr. Shoshany Facebook Posted Mon 29 Apr 2013 5:14pm Knee injuries are so common that some people who have some form of knee pain don't even seek out treatment and simply take some over the counter medication. Neglecting knee pain or simply covering up the symptoms with pain killers can cause an acute problem to become chronic. In most cases if knee pain is treated early, long term issues can be av ... Read on »
Bad Run by Leah M. Posted Mon 16 Apr 2012 8:12am I went for a run this weekend. This is really no surprise, since I run every weekend. This one was a 10k, and it was rough. Really, really rough. I started off feeling really slow and heavy. I knew it wasn’t going to go well, and that I should have kept it short and only done 5k, but I’m stubborn and had the idea of a long run in my head. B ... Read on »
Bike ride = swollen knee by stipeygirl75 Posted Fri 18 Mar 2011 12:00am My knee has been feeling pretty good. I am able to walk moderate distances, but this sometimes causes pain later. At least I can do it without feeling queasy! The other day I walked several blocks on pavement and had a lot of pain the next day. I hobbled around on it for a few days, then finally had the idea of doing some Reiki on it. The kn ... Read on »
Swollen Knee update! by Florence F. Patient Expert Posted Sat 19 Oct 2013 7:03am So in a post a couple of days ago, I posted a pic of me in the ER and my swollen as heck knee.  It had gotten so swollen and so full of fluid that I couldn't even walk! Well, I could walk, but I was definitely limping like crazy! So as I mentioned, the rheumatologist did come in and remove fluid from my knee. They removed a full 40cc (or 40ml) ... Read on »
Swollen Knees and Fatigue by Lori Cee Posted Fri 18 Mar 2011 12:00am I was late this morning to pilates...  I swear that I set my alarm a whole hour earlier than it went off - someone must have changed it in the middle of the night!! I did get there, yawning most of the way through the session as I didn't have time for my one cup of coffee a day or breakfast before I took off out of here in a hurry to actual ... Read on »
Swollen knees suck by Florence F. Patient Expert Posted Sun 21 Nov 2010 11:07pm Avascular necrosis at its finest. You'll notice that the knee on the right is MUCH larger than the one on the left. And yes, its painful. :( Sent from my BlackBerry device Read on »
Swollen Knees by Jenna Smith Posted Mon 22 Aug 2011 12:00am shadowswallow asked: Third time’s the charm? This video refuses to upload. Here’s the link: I’m adding Lyme tags so that the suggested videos will be other lymies. Caffeinated Content Read on »
ALS and Lymphedema, Leg Swelling and Lymphatic Drainage - Ways to Manage the Progression of Swollen Legs and Limbs by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 12 Apr 2013 7:01am Recently I had the honor of beginning a lymphatic drainage protocol on an individual with an early onset of ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) related Lymphedema in his legs. ALS is a restrictive and progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. As the nerves are impacted so are the muscles and ult ... Read on »