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Michaela J. Chicago, Illinois
Suffering and the doctors don't know what's wrong with me. I was diagnoised with gerd years ago,... More
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) so it's less likely that you tore your ligaments & tendons.  With that much bending & straightening...
When you have such sever pain, you cannot wait for the dental office to open.  I would suggest you go to the hospital emergency room.  They will have the medications you need to start feeling better--QUICK. http://soundenti
Is this the same cat from the question submitted 3 days ago?  What glands are you referring to? Helpful Buckeye
It is possible that a sunburn can cause swollen glads, but it's not likely.  Your swollen glads might be caused my some other condition.  Typical sunburn symptoms cause pain, redness, swelling and occasional...
! Swollen lymph nodes indicate, that the body is fighting something . . . You have to definitely see...
Dear Sueto -   So sorry to hear about what a ordeal you've been through!   Although some of your symptoms are similar to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) - including fatigue, sore throat, and swollen lymph...
.  However, swollen lymph nodes in the groin area are not typically associated...
to be aspirated multiple times. Your swollen lymph nodes may also be a sign of infection brewing at the site...
Hmmm . . . sorry but I'm not exactly sure what you meant to type.  Swollen glands under the left side of your chin?  And also on the right side starting from your shoulder?  Along with daily headaches...
Hi Hannab, As a massage practitioner, I can relate to ligament injuries! Ouch! One essential oil blend that was designed for ligament injuries is PanAway. If you click on the link...