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Patty B.

Granbury, Texas
I lost a kidney and have just recently found a path to take because a Doctor took the time to listen and realized I was not a hypochondriac or a big overly sensitive, stressed, depressed woman. (yes, lots of justified sarcasm). I was athletic, very lean and continued to stay fit by enjoying bike rides and playing recreational co-ed softball. However, when I started a family at 25, I had...
Goals: Lose weight

Lupron Girl

United States
Chronic Pelvic Pain is my blog journey through finding a diagnosis for pain in my pelvis, I believe it is neurologic, struggling my way through the first year of marriage, frustrating doctor appointments, becoming my own and only health advocate and realizing that doctors don't know everything. Or sometimes anything. The internet has become a place of support and knowledge. I hope that my...

dreamweaver1524

California
I'm 44 years old, have a wonderful boyfriend and 2 great kids ages 24 and 19.  I've had arthritis in my hands since i was in high school and have now been diagnosed with it in my pelvis.  Needless to say lots of pain and stiffness.  I'm looking forward to learning all i can here.

legless

caliente, Nevada
i am a retired (medical) truck driver. married for 43 yrs, with 3 married children. i love to read, sing, ttalk on computer. i had cancer of the bones, (pelvis and hips) ended up having them amputated. now learning to live again. looking for pen pals and chat pals.

jimsplace

California
I am 58 and grew up in the 50's before eating lead paint was a bad thing. We also used to break glass thermomoters to play with that cool mercury inside. Who knew? I had about every disease available except polio. like measles, mumps (real bad) Reumatic fever, etc. At sevral points I was put in cold water or ice to control a 106 temperature. I had an appendectomy at age 5 in 1956, and they tell...

G B SINGH

California
My body opened its debilitating chakras in a spontaneous way on December 12, 2004 showing its effect in the sudden clarity of vision; and after two years of day and night experimenting with pin pointing what it was doing to itself in order to be in that open state, I was able to give a clear biological interpretation to an obscure spiritual study of chakras as well as frame a concrete...

Stephanie Prendergast and Elizabeth Rummer

United States
About Elizabeth Rummer (MSPT): Liz received her Masterâ??s in Physical Therapy at the University of Miami Medical School. A Pennsylvania native, she moved to San Francisco about ten years ago. For the past decade, Liz has worked hard to improve treatment for those suffering from pelvic pain syndromes as well as improve community and professional awareness of pelvic pain and dysfunction....
Communities: Women's Health

Nicci T. Health MavenFacebook

Hastings, United Kingdom
Nicci Talbot is a freelance journalist, copy-editor and the author of seven non-fiction books on health, wellbeing and sexuality. She is Women's Health feature writer at Suite101 and writes for a number of magazines and websites including Need2Know, Hamlyn, Amorata Press, More, Wellbeing, Scarlet, Practical Parenting & Pregnancy, and healthmango.com. She has a BA (hons) degree in English...
Communities: Relationships & Sex

Kathleen and Mary

United States
We excited to join the Wellsphere community to empower women with information about essential personal health topics rarely discussed but for a few whispered conversations with girlfriends. We understand that it is often difficult to broach these intimate topics even with your health care provider. Join us as we blog about the â??ins and outsâ?? of womenâ??s health issues in...
Communities: Women's Health

pelvic scan

United States