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It is an awful thing to 'have to put up with' I also have ulcers on the back of my tongue and roof of my mouth, this cannot be normal.
There is a rounded area of hyperintense signal on the axial T2-weighted images measuring approximately 9mm toward the base of the tongue and pre-epiglottic space. This nut fully evaluated. Dedicated contrast-enhanced MRI of the neck and tongue region is recommended. This could be a small cyst, however, I cannot exclude a neoplastic lesion.
Doctors say that changing sexual behaviors -- earlier sex, more partners and especially oral sex -- are contributing to a new epidemic of orpharyngeal squamous cell cancers, those of the throat, tonsils and base of the tongue. These cancers can be deadly, and are striking men at a younger age and in increasing numbers. "There's a lag in information," said Dr. John Deeken, a medical oncologist at Georgetown University.
I used protection, although the condom partially slipped off (I do not recall having my urethra being exposed, nor not having a condom on) A week after that (which was my first sexual experience, triggered by loneliness and sadness about being turned down by a girl I really, really liked), I started experiencing ARS like symptoms (had a sore throat, noticed a white tongue, felt kind of hot throughout those days, felt a lot of fatigue, felt muscle pain)......
1) I make a base using Triple antibiotic ointment, mostly because it is the consistency of vaseline and I don't have any vaseline. Any really thick ointment will work. Squirt a 2 inch blob or so into into a small dish. (smothers the eggs which require oxygen; also smothers their parents) 2) Add 4 or 5 drops of clove oil. (kills the eggs) 3) Add 3 or 4 drops of iodine. (kills the eggs) 4) Add a few drops of Neem oil.
She is so exhausted that she can't fight no more against medical community in order to admit the origin of her symptoms and to push them to try to find a beginnning of solution. Is there any progress in the comprehension of the cause of these symptoms ? Are there some new treatments that appeared recently to counteract exhaustion and pains ? Do people group themselves in associations to better fight against this disaster ?
Throat cancer, also known as oropharyngeal cancer, refers to tumors that occur in the tonsils, base of the tongue and upper throat. Smoking and alcohol use have been associated risk factors, but in recent years throat cancers related to the sexually transmitted virus human papillomavirus (HPV) have been on the rise. HPV is an STD transmitted by oral and genital sex.
I'd guess that the sizes of the largest nodes are right on the borderline of what might still be benign and not cancer. The lack of nasopharyngeal masses seems to rule oot plasmacytoma. Good luck.
Weeks's books) dizziness kind of within, floating feeling Sever muscle pains Severe neck pain and stiffness Burning sensation on scalp Burning sensation in feet Burning sensation on tongue (severe) BP spikes as high as 255/160/ 240/130 despite Beta Blockers (now off of them) Every stomach symptom under the sun, especially severe gas and burning of the stomach lining Worrying about everything "what if" Waking up at nights at times with anxiety, not due to a bad dream, but jus
A heightened fear of what people think of you Afraid of being trapped in a place with no exits Constant feeling of being overwhelmed.
Agreed, how many pictures of genital warts on google images look like the ones we all have or had! LOL, no wonder I thought my life was over for a while. What I really hate about most websites is the sensationalism like you said, much more common than unfactual info. It angers me that they list truths about HPV but never tell you the chances of each truth so you come away thinking that oral warts and throat cancer are just as every day occurrence as a wart outbreak on your junk.
Pain and numbness left side of face and tongue. I was having burning sensations but neurontin 300mg 3x's a day has taken care of that. I'm also on baclofen 10mg 3x's a day for tremors and pain. Does this sound like MS or OPCA? I hope its neither but if it has to be one, hopefully its MS, at least there is treatment. OPCA is a death sentence, I know this because of family history. Also have MS in family and other autoimmune diseases, ie.. Lupus, RA, Degenerative joint, and Hypothyroid.
For the past few weeks I have been throwing around ideas as to the best way to respond to this matter. You see a recent article ( Feb.3 , 2009 NY times) titled "Best treatment for TMJ May be Nothing" nearly made me clench my jaw to pieces. While well written, I found that the author, Ms. Brody, relied heavily on out dated and narrow perspective supplied to her by a small group of dentists.
I was having a lot of muscle twitches and felt feelings of vibration in my tongue and teeth so after a visit to my PCP, I was sent to a neurologist. He did a thorough exam of my reflexes and listened to all of my symptoms that I had then but also suffered from for years and suggested a Brain MRI with contrast. I had it done and the MRI was normal. He said he was confident I don't have MS but didn't have any other answers for me.
Have you read of Frieda Kahlo, the Mexican artist who made an art of her suffering? I once did a program on her when @ library. The images are hard to look at, until you know her story..and even then... I loved how she planned her death, down to what she wore before cremation. I like to take what is known and imagine what can be. Back to dreamland.
knees they don't want to hold up my legs - Stiff, spastic gait combined with instable joints - Black spots, sparkles in vision, sometimes flashes of light, blobs of color, vision splits into two, gets blurry and of course, the ghost images! - Ears ring constantly!!
And Like Nancy in my crazy red shoulder padded double breasted BLAZER, I JUST SAY NO TO DRUGS!!! ... and now I'll rest, try and let some of the bad energy of the pain and this last week go so I can work all weekend and next week too. One day at a time. I was pretty sure last night when I got home and was so tired and disoriented that today might be like this. It is worth it.No matter what. Getting off this stuff will save me a HUGE amount of pain in the future. I liked waking up happy!
An hour or so later you will be required to have a second scan with your heart relaxed and they will ask you to take some sprays of nitrate under the tongue to fully open your arteries. This can cause headaches in some people because your blood pressure drops. You will then have another scan for 20 minutes, again very exciting stuff. Once finished, they check to make sure the images are clear and you can go home.
I think you have to go back to your doctor and discuss your elevated TGab with him. If he won't treat thyroid based on TGab, I think he should explain why. Also, thyroxine (TT4) is below range. This is another reason to treat. Your TSH is, unfortunately, "normal", and a lot of doctors base all their decisions on TSH, even though the order other tests. However, we already know you have a pituitary issue, so TSH is unreliable.
It feels like something inside is rubbing agains something and is causing me pain and other weird sensations on the left side of my throat, back of my mouth, and the left side of my tongue. The only time I get relief from this is when I sleep. Some days I don't think I can live like this. I am on my third ENT doctor. The first one really never followed up on anything and took forever between visits.
a population-base study including 4,275 biopsies, April 13, 2008, by Myers, RP, Fong A, Shaheen, AA. 1. Of 3627 patients with liver biopsies, 0.75% had significant biopsy-related complications, 0.51% had pain requiring admission, 0.35% had bleeding, and 6 patients (0.14%) died. 2. This procedure is safe.
I have searched and searched the web, but this is the first forum (let alone actual information) I've found that addresses this issue. I also have this issue. For the last several months, it has been a persistent problem. Before that, the problem was intermittent... felt like a problem in my jaw, and applying pressure (massaging) to the main muscle on the jaw seemed to help the pain. Now, as the problem is persistent, as I am feeling more and more "sluggish" by the day.
I have also come across a paper which describes a physical cause of globus pharyngeus where the epiglottis tip is curled backward towards and touches the base of the back of the tongue causing the sensation of a foreign body. Earlier this year, I first noticed my epiglottis sometimes becomes visible above the horizon made by the back of the tongue. This sometimes appears when clearing the throat but before swallowing. On swallowing, there is a click then the epiglottis disappears.
I can hack up a little some times but I have a full feeling behind my left sinus, ear feels full then down at the base of my throat. However, my mouth and throat are dry. ENT doc cannot come up with a cause. Dentist doesn't see anything although I now have an infected tooth on that side. This is now constant and so irritating and I often feel like I am going to choke. I can't blow this stuff out or cough it out, other than a little bit once in a while.
I keep getting these small bumps that can only be felt by my tongue. They are under my tongue in the corners at the base of the gums and on the inside of my "Lower" lip. The worry is that it is some sort of cancer. I was a closet smoker (one pack a week or less) over the years, on and off, and occasionally burned a little reefer. If I put some rubbing alcohol on in it go away like magic but the skin feels a little puckered afterwords, that doesn't bother me.
The reason that a midrange Free T3 is inadequate is that the range was established based on the total data base of patient tests. The limits were then established based on the assumption that 2.5% of patients were hypo. After finally concluding that there are many more than 2.5%, the AACE has revised their recommended range for TSH, but have not yet done the same for FT3 and FT4.
Hi im a 26 year old male, this is the first thing I've found which actually explains how I feel!! Has anybody found a cure for this as its been going on for a few months now and it's really getting me down!
I can totally relate to you. I am going in next week for a ct scan of my throat, I've had tons of other tests done and they can't find anything but reflux. None of the meds for that has worked. Just curious, do you have a dog or cat? My doctor ran allergy tests on me and says I'm allergic to animals (I've had them my whole life too) anyway your body can start to have a reaction to your allergies and create a thick mucus in throat. Now......
I was misdiagnosed and several very well credentialed doctors in both gastro and oncology were quite sure I had pancreatic cancer. Luckily there was someone who was very aware of the aware of the AIP symptoms. Re: Hereditary Issue: My "research" and feedback from doctors is the same as catzz. In my family there is a sprinkling of autoimmune problems.
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