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subsiding side effects by Donna Peach Patient Expert Posted Sun 09 May 2010 12:00am Healing seems to have a time line separate from my reality. Don’t get me wrong. I am happy with whatever pace might be in the works. All healing is good news. The side effects are definitely waning, yet some are still stronger than I’d have expected after this much time away from chemo. Probably the most onerous currently is the neuropat ... Read on »
Estroven: The All-Natural Way to Battle Peri-Menopause and Menopause Symptoms by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 13 Apr 2011 9:39am Long before menopause hits, women go through a period of time called peri-menopause. During this time, they begin to experience many of the symptoms common to menopause, such as Changes in menstrual periods Hot flashes and night sweats Vaginal dryness Forgetfulness Moodiness Changes in urination Weight gain and shift ... Read on »
Merely Me's Corner: Speaking of Toes... by stuart Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:22pm by: Merely Me Speaking of Toes... Okay so I will never be a ballerina. Mostly my toes get used for lifting me up so I can see better in crowds as I am on the short side.Just like that old song goes, "Five foot two, eyes of blue, koochie koochie koo." Other than that, my toes don't serve much purpose other than peeki ... Read on »
An Inside Look at Rectal Cancer by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:39pm 1 Comment Rectal Cancer Overview The rectum is the lower part of the colon that connects the large bowel to the anus. The rectum’s primary function is to store formed stool in preparation for evacuation. Like the colon, the 3 layers of the rectal wall are as follows: Mucosa: This layer of the rectal wall lines the inner surface. Th ... Read on »
"normal" by Joan H. Patient Expert Posted Sat 17 Jun 2006 12:00am So, I've been having numbness and tingling in my fingers and toes, and aches and pains in my hands and feet, and the bones in my arms are hurting and I'm generally not functioning as usual. Since these are classic symptoms of hypoparathyroidism, and since I have had extensive surgery in my neck where the parathyroid glands reside ... Read on »
I'm not ok - I've been faking it. by Allison Ward Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 Apr 2010 12:00am Wow, three blog posts in one week!!! I guess I have a lot to say or maybe I have been very contemplative lately. I read a blog of fellow cancer survivor today. We met online and although we have never met in person, I consider him a friend. Reading his blog was emotional for me. He wrote so many things that I have felt, it was like he ... Read on »
update: neuropathy and brittle nails by Donna Peach Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Feb 2010 12:00am After a few weeks of drinking quinine–tonic water, which contains 40 mg quinine per 8 ounces–and taking vitamin B6, I am trying to decide whether I can detect a change. I think perhaps it has taken the severe edge off of the neuropathy, leaving my fingers and toes with only the tingling and numbness. The pain seems to have improved a bit ... Read on »
Types Of Crohn's Disease by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:38pm There are five types of Crohn’s Disease. Each type of Crohn’s Disease affects a different part ofthe gastrointestinal tract (GI). Each type of Crohn’s Disease presents different symptoms. This helps physicians with diagnosing Crohn’s Disease. There has been significant research done to find each of the different types of Crohn’s Disease and ... Read on »
Combo pill an option for diabete ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 25 Oct 2009 11:01pm Combo pill an option for diabetes-related nerve pain 26 oct 2009– A single pill containing the pain relievers tramadol and acetaminophen is as effective as the drug gabapentin for treating diabetes -related nerve pain, according to study findings presented Tuesday at the 20th World Diabetes Congress in Montreal. Gabapentin is an anti-seizu ... Read on »
I’m Vitamin B12 Deficient: Now What? by Will Run For Glitter Posted Mon 17 Sep 2012 8:26am Sometime around July, when I first started getting sick, feeling exhausted all the time and experiencing weird twinges in my legs that then traveled up to my arms, wrists and groin, I knew something had to be wrong. I scheduled my first doctor’s appointment with a general physician since college nearly 4 years ago, and then continued to scan th ... Read on »