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Pain, a Limp and Winkle Picker’s... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Pain, a Limp and Winkle Picker’s Disease By DENISE GRADY 30 sept 2008--Doctors who treat themselves may have fools for patients, but they look like geniuses compared with a reporter who tried to diagnose herself via the In
LIMPING DOGS AND CATS by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven profound, affecting one limb or several limbs. It can be intermittent or constant, worse in the morning...
Three months out (and still limping) by Francine H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven I am still stiff on the left side and limping. It has been three months. I don't have the patience to do much more rehab, although I've been doing the latest trainer's exercises every day. I've lost muscle mass, and ther
I will beat myself silly with a limp lizard by Susan C. Patient Expert WARNING: Profanity to follow, even besides tossing out terms like “limp lizard.” Read at your own risk. I’m writing this because the 3 Virgos/3 Week Birthday celebration is now over for 2007. We held Drama Girl’s birthday
The Air Is Limp by Rayne Mazur Patient Expert Everything is limp and dank this morning. Just lazily laying there not doing much of anything. We are off to WalMart in just a little bit. All of us in varying degrees of enthusiasm. Katy is skipping with joy. She love
I've been walking around NORMA ... by Clare Patient Expert I've been walking around NORMALLY today. I caught myself NOT limping and, it was weird! Still hurts but not enough to limp.
That's it for a while... by Francine H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven I'm almost eight weeks out, and I'm pretty much back to my old life, give or take a little discomfort, a limp, and continuing physical therapy. Nothing that happens to me and my new hip is interesting; today I went to the
It's like a Christmas miracle by Jennifer Patient ExpertHealth Maven My sciatica is gone. I just realized last week that I wasn't limping anymore. It's like a Christmas miracle. 29 days until my c-section. Everything is pretty much done. I just have to wash the new bottles and pacifiers a
  Some random thoughts... I'm not clear from the above whether the x-ray showed that there was a chip missing from her hip joint or that the x-ray showed she had a chip from the socket that was in the joint which was then
If your Bulldog is bearing weight on the leg, he might be OK.  The way a Bulldog's front legs bow outward tends to allow for more problems with their gait, from trauma or otherwise. If you keep him well-confined and don't a

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Introduction ... as had a motor tic or a vocal tic - but not both - regularly or intermittently for more than one year, and during this time they ... » Read on
Introduction ... catheterization is where the catheter is left in continuously. Intermittent catheterization is where the catheter is inserted o ... » Read on