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This column will change your life: the importance of temporal landmarks
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Posted in Women's health / Menopause
Sonocine/Ultra Sound Dense Breasts!!
I am posting this in this forum rather than the Breast lumps and issues, because I know so many of us at Menopause get boobie problems. Well today I...
Posted in Bones, joints and muscles / Knee Problems
Hi am now day 8 post op tkr and from about 3 inches below my knee to 3 inches above my knee is really hard and feels really strange I suppose the only...
Posted in Heart and blood vessels / Cardiovascular Disorders
Could mild MR found on echo be causing my symptoms
Please help I have times of middle to left chest pain, breathlessness lightheadedness and can't exert my self without feeling weak and breathless. Had...
Posted in Bones, joints and muscles / Carpal Tunnel
7 weeks post carpel tunnel surgery and making slow progress
I had carpel tunnel release on 30th July and have been signed off work until 1st October. My doctor thinks I'm healing slowly and has suggested a blood...
Posted in Women's health / Lichen Sclerosus
I am a 61 yr old female and my biopsy came back positive for lichen scherosus. I was in a great deal of pain and itchiness for weeks on end. The steriod...
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