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Intertrigo, going going gone... by Theresa Posted Mon 01 Feb 2010 12:00am In 2004, I developed a horrendous, itchy, red fungal infection under the folds of my hanging stomach (I do hope you weren't eating anything!). It reached its climax when I was on holiday in Canada and I ended up in casualty. That in itself is a long story (about ten hours long if I recollect correctly), but I'll get on with the main point. This ... Read on »
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The Facts concerning Candida Infection on The Skin by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 19 Oct 2010 10:13pm If you truly want to be successful at getting rid of yeast infection on the skin you need to comprehend that you need to focus on dealing with the problem at its origin; however, before you can do that it could be productive to get to grips with a number of the different variations of this issue that can affect yo ... Read on »
Symptoms, symptoms, symptoms! by Joy .. Posted Sun 02 Nov 2008 12:00am Well in one of my last few posts I mentioned not wanting to read too far into symptoms because it can get you into trouble. You worry, wonder, stress, etc., etc. But now that I got that beautiful BFP sitting in my u.nderwear drawer, I'm going to list my few symptoms thus far. At 4 weeks 4 days I've felt: cramping FATIGUE brief bout ... Read on »
Lady Bits by Amanda F. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 3:17am Ok, as a courtesy, I feel I should warn my few male readers this entry will contain womanly type things that may make you blush. Or throw up. I'm just sayin... So probably THE worst things about being overweight are the health risks and consequences. My asthma likes to start up with me more often - I can FORGET about climbing stairs most of ... Read on »
Inner Thigh Rash by Shilah C. Azib Posted Sat 30 Jan 2010 9:45am What causes of inner thigh rash? Rashes on any part of the body create a feeling of uneasiness for the individual. There are many types of rashes. The cause of the inner thigh rash is the fungal infection called as Jock Itch or tinea cruris. This particular fungal infection is found in the groin region of the human body. For the gro ... Read on »
Symptoms of Kidney Stones: Common Symptoms and Treatments by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:02pm Introduction Tom Hanks, one of Hollywood’s leading men, has always been a favorite of mine when it comes to the movies from ‘When Harry met Sally’ all the way to ‘Angels and Demons’ that was released this year. But there’s one role that is laudable in my humble opinion, playing a corrections officer at Louisiana’s Cold Mountain Penite ... Read on »
Medical Conditions & Symptoms : Early Lyme Disease Symptoms by Jenna Smith Posted Tue 27 Oct 2009 5:10pm ehowhealth asked: Early symptoms of Lyme disease, which usually occurs after a tick bite, include a rash at the site of the bite that is circular and can spread up to 30 centimeters across the body. Look for Lyme disease to come with fatigue, chills, fever, headaches and joint aches with information from a nurse and respirator ... Read on »
MS Symptoms and Symptom Management by stuart Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:20pm 1 Comment At the MS Views and News website our Weblinks resource section has now been updated to include links on Symptoms and Symptom Management Weblinks We are regularly out on the Web. When we find a great site we list it. Alternative Therapies and / or Devices Links to MS Organizations (Globally) MS Facts - In Lan ... Read on »
MANAGING MS Symptoms / Symptom Management by stuart Patient Expert Posted Sat 17 Jul 2010 12:00am The key to living with MS is to feel in control of MS. You can do this by  keeping track of your symptoms , going to appointments with your health care provider, having regular  magnetic resonance imagings  (MRIs), and taking any medication your health care provider has prescribed. The exact correlation between MRI findings and the current ... Read on »