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I have had problems with my spine and lower back for 20 or so years although over the last 4 and a half years the pain in my neck (no pun intended) has got stedily ....
Every now and again I wake gasping for air. It is very frightening as I can hardly catch my breath. I jump out of bed and head for the window to open and get some ....
my dad had a left thalamic infact about a month ago and now is also having hospital aquired phenumonia. He is still in intensive care unit for over 3 weeks ....
Hi I am a very fit active male with a healthy lifestyle. My SVT started when a few years ago at 38yrs I started having attacks of dizzy spells which made me feel ....
I was diagosed with Scheurmanns when I was 22. I am now 50. Apart from being prescribed Oral Morphine and other 'pain killers', and having had CT and MRI scans, ....
On boxing day 2012, I'd had a few too many alcohoic beverages to drink. The next day, I was really hungover and had vomited a few times! I think I may have pulled ....
I had my scoliosis opp about a year ago, still in some pain from time to time, but I'm quite concerned about a lot of creaking and occasionally cracking in my back. ....
The condom broke whilst having sex with my wife. I unwittingly plunged in twice but did not orgasm.
Given her menstrual cycle she expects her next period to ....
Firstly I would like to say that I masturbate a lot.. Once a day at least. One day I masturbated a bit hard then I had a swelling on the right of the penis shaft ....
I take 100mg daily this has been built up gradually by my gp for anxiety and depression but I suffer terrible sweats around my head area it's so embarrassing I'm ....
My son who is 13 has had severe pains in his upper legs and knees.he had xrays on his hips which two docs at my surgery have both said its a slipped femur.and i ....
Im struggling to find anyone who has s-i problems. I can find a lot of US information but not a lot in the UK. I cant be the only one who is suffering with this. ....
I have had a rash on the lower part of my legs (both legs) for the past few weeks, the rash doesn't appear to be bumpy its a smooth like texture and if ....
My father in law has hereditary condition and he is usually okay with haemoglobin count till 7.5-8
Last yr it reached 6.5 . He started Eprex 40,000iu and ....
I'm really hoping someone may be able to offer some help.
I began having what I thought were symptoms of a sinus problem 9 years ago. My symptoms include: blocked/stuffy ....
This is a little long, so please bear with me.
Right, so my sister's friends smoke; practically all of them. I have no actual evidence that - we'll call my sister ....
Hi guys first post so be gentle
ive been suffering with what my doc thinks is chronic sinus problems for around 12 weeks. Started with headaches that would come ....
Just came back from a Hospital appt about my Seborrhoeic Wart as it is getting bigger and thicker. NHS won't do anything about it because it is not \"life ....
Im a 59 year old male and have Kyphoscoliosis and no surgery. Is there any one else out there with the same and how do you cope with the pain because im in chronic ....
Hi I have a appointment with a rhematologist doctor coming up and I have been told by my gp that i will either be refered to a pain management clinic to have my ....
I have a sciatica like problem and am interested in any feedback I can get. What happens is my left leg occasionally turns to jelly for a short time, then it quickly ....
Hi, i have been suffering with muscle spasams in my tailbone buttocks and thighs for four weeks. It has happened because of my chronic sciatica my doctor has perscribed ....
November 2011 i was prescribed flouxetine/prozac, and around 5 months later i felt a lot better and stopped taking them, i didnt wean off them just stopped suddenly, ....
Hi. I have recently been diagnosed with svt. I have been having mild attacks for about a year but did not know what it was. Thumping heart, breathless, light headed, ....
hi i was wondering if anyone knows if i can get a splenectomy card or something i can carry with me to tell anyone i have had it removed xx
Hi to all, We just found out 1st Feb that my daughter has SUFE. I am almost speechless at this situation. I will admit while speaking to the specialist I was completely ....
My son who is 28 started having fits and seizures about 2 and half years ago..It's required calling 999 on 15 occasions and being admitted for overnight stay in ....
I had a scan carried out in September 2011. It appears to show a type possibly of Chiari malformation.However it would appear to have caused a cervical spinal cord ....
I have been ill since the first week of June and diagnosed with sarcoidosis in July but I've just heard today I have to wait 10-12 weeks before I can see a specalist ....
About a year ago I noticed I had 3 circular marks going up my neck that were NOT there before. They looked slightly grey, almost like a watermark, and feel rougher ....
I visited my GP and he told me that i have a small Sebaceous cyst on my head,
it is about the size of a pigeon pea, not very big I know, but as a bald bloke it ....
My daughter suffered a server S.U.F.E in October 2010 following ( we now believe)
a fall . She unfortunately was miss niagnoised and
it went on to become a crutal ....
I've been having problems with my left eye since Feb 05. It started as an unsual redness around the iris. I was referred to the Eye Clinic, who then informed me ....
Because it is rare to have a malignant tumour in the submandibular salivary gland it is difficult to find people who have undergone the 6 weeks of radiotherapy which ....
Three months ago, I found some swelling appearing on my hands, feet and legs. Earlier, I thought that it might be due to some extra work I have done, but then after ....
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