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Thumbs Down by Erin Posted Thu 26 Nov 2009 10:04pm Because some people do not enjoy reading about dumb ways I injure myself, I'm going to present this post in bullet points. It'll be like a Choose Your Own Adventure story, where if you are like my friend Kristin and you're absolutely terrified by sharp objects, you probably don't want to read this post. Instead, I'll suggest that you adventure over ... Read on »
My Fingers are Still Numb by LeslynMusch Patient Expert Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 3:01pm Some have asked about the status on my fingers and thumbs. They are still numb, though there are times when some of them are painful. I thought that perhaps any feeling was good, but I was told today during my oncology appointment that the pain is not good news. On the other hand, I was also told that nerves can come back up to a year out from tr ... Read on »
So what would you do by meredith Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Jan 2010 7:54pm if you smacked the outside of your thumb REALLY hard on a table. And it hurt. And swelled. And you iced it. Swelling went down, but still puffy. And... lumpy. And then a part of your thumb was just... numb. For hours. Several. Like... 48 and counting? Right on the part of the outside side of my thumb at my knuckle. ... Read on »
Sharp Knives Dull Your Nerves by A Healthy, Happier Bear Facebook Posted Sun 10 Jul 2011 7:25pm Today I have the joy of smiling, enjoying a beer and giving a thumbs up. But yesterday, this was my face. This is a face you never want to see on a loved one. Last night, our friends Mike and Liz invited us over to their place for an evening of drinks on their building’s amazing rooftop. Mike and I decided that ... Read on »
MS (or not) Updates. by Littlemisssunshine Posted Sat 17 May 2014 11:46am So..... last Friday I had my MRI.  It was God-awful.  Like I knew it wasn't going to be fun or anything, but I mean it was REALLY not fun.  Putting your head in a cage and being strapped down for 45 minutes with constant banging and rattling is incredibly unpleasant.  It makes me sad to think kids have to do that... I hope they sedate them? ... Read on »
A SHOCKING story! by Heather F. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 5:30pm Last night Gavin knock over my bedroom lamp and broke it. So I was trying to fix it. Which when I push down on it the metal piece it gave me quite a shock. I was so scared afterwards I ran down the stairs and threw the lamp in the trash. Took the shade off of course. My thumb hurt pretty good and I had a pain going up my arm to my elbow. ... Read on »
The toxicity levels in my body are getting high by LeslynMusch Patient Expert Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 3:01pm I found out today that my body is getting pretty toxic from the Taxol treatments. For the past 5 days the tips of my fingers and thumbs have been numb and have stayed that way. Before, the numbness would come and go, so this is a significant change. Peripheral neuropathy (numbness in the hands and feet) is one of the side effects of Taxol. Pl ... Read on »
It’s a Great Day for Chowder by Jaime Posted Mon 22 Nov 2010 12:00pm Saturday was a long day with a whole lotta delicious food. I’m not sure where we put it all after Friday night’s delicious dinner but there was no stopping us. Before heading off to be touristy for the day, John raided the hotel’s hot breakfast bar while I was still sleeping.  I woke up to a fresh Belgian waffle, strawberries, blueberries, ... Read on »
Neck Pain resulting from a C5, C6, C7, or C8 Radiculopathy by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Fri 14 Nov 2008 5:48pm 1 Comment In our last post we discussed severe neck pain caused by a cervical radiculopathy. When a nerve root in the neck is irriated or compressed, a patient will show certain signs and symptoms. Lets find out what some of these classic symptoms are: C5 If the C5 nerve root is irritated or compressed, a patient will exhibit certain pain patter ... Read on »
Last week I spoke of the difficu... by Kim F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 4:42pm Last week I spoke of the difficulty in watching my innocent baby, my Lab Oboe, age into a place of illness and pain.   In speaking ofthe Innocents, I also referenced watching the aging of the hubby in a different realm, a different light.   I return to the blogosphere today a changed person, after spending the weekend viewing the aging of my ... Read on »