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type stuff) or he sees a child in a newspaper with a scar on his chest and I foolishly told him the child had had an operation to fix his heart. Now if he gets any stomach pain he freaks out and says his heart is hurting. I have been saying things like "we live a very long way from that volcano, ash wouldn't get to our house", or "I've never seen a tsunami and I've been around a very long time", or "you have a very strong healthy heart".
I recently had a colonoscopy to see about reversing what was supposed to be the temporary ileostomy and my intestines were so narrow they couldn't scope me and in the process the air that they tried to put in to see when they tried to scope me caused my colon to perforate and all the air was trapped in my upper body, putting a ridiculous amount of pressure on my lungs and chest so I couldn't breathe. I was hospitalized for a week and took about 5 weeks to recover from that.
Anyway, some of the things ( like sticking her chest out at people, lifting a breast, and shoving it in their faces ) freaks people out. When the phone rings, I cringe...knowing full well that it's tell me about yet another new disease that she was just diagnosed with, or how cold her feet are today, or whatever it is. She is not happy unless everyone around her is in chaos. When things are great she will make sure they go sour. If she's yelling she's happy.
Since the procedure, I have not had any SVT but I have had some skipped beats, extra beats, and generally just a few seconds at a time of odd feeling in my chest if I do certain things such as bend over. I'm having a 48 hour holter monitor test next week and then a follow-up with the EP physician a month later. I attribute the odd heart beats to my heart still healing.
My husband told me that he sometimes feels a slight discomfort in his chest, no palipatations or chest pain just a slight discomfort like a tightness. Does this relate to the insuffiencies? If so is this bad?
My performance seems to be returning to the pre-operation level rather than showing any improvement (I ran 5 miles yesterday at a 10 min pace and my HR was 156. A 9 min pace puts my HR over 170). Do you have any data on runners that have undergone bypass or know where I can find some? My hypothesis is that I should be able to regain some of my fitness of 2 years ago. My concern is that perhaps some of the grafts didn't take.
go to ER get a chest tube that fails, get another chest tube after being admitted, lung expands to normal, health deteriorates, a week goes by...i am in ICU barely hanging on before they finally figure out a staph infection given to me by one of the chest tubes has been eating away at my chest wall and lung....but due to it being in an empyema normal antibiotics couldnt reach it and a emergency thoracotomy had to be done....
You can get a good idea of what that surgery is like by clicking the Health Pages on the upper right, then scrolling down to ‘Parathyroid.’ Click on that to go to UCLA’s website. They have info and videos that are helpful. Also, there's a link to a partial list of facilities all over the country who do this surgery. There are several good facilities in the northeast with surgeons who can perform this kind of surgery, so you shouldn’t have to travel.
How much should PTH be increased for diagnosis of hyperparathyroidism? I fear my FESS operation and other future operations because My Ca and also Na are often increased. I have many risks, eg. possibility to atrial fibrillation, infects (immune deficiency).
Hoping everything works out for you , btw You tube has videos of people putting stethoscopes to there chest, to let us hear there skipped beats!!!!!!!!! sounds crazy but somehow it helps!
Why do you have to have the operation? I had a TT in June of this year, I am now on the right dose of hormone. I had thyroid cancer, went through RAI in late July. The surgeries were the easy part (I started with a lobectomy, two surgeries total.) I felt great after the lobectomy, and after the TT I felt OK for three weeks, then I hit the wall. I had to wait seven weeks for RAI, felt AWEFUL! But it is not so bad, the surgeries were easy, the hypo hell was not.
What muscle could be pulled that would cause pain in both above the chest and my armpit/shoulder? Or what ligament could/would be torn? My doctors don't know what to do with me anymore. I've tried Ibruprophen AND aspirin as well as Naproxen, but I'm not sure if they work seeing as how the pain comes and goes so quickly anyway. And, do pulled muscles last for more than 7 months? It's not a pain I have every day, and I seem to excecise okay, too.
anyway he sent me for a head scan, blood tests, an excercise test and an echocardiogram (I was also suffering pains in my chest and left arm and occasional heart flurrys at this point, of these symptoms I only get the occasional flurrys now not the chest and arm pains) All the tests came back clear, which was a relief but i was still suffering with the niggling. Which brings me to pretty much where I am now. I visited the doctor again around three weeks ago.
Him and his staff were wonderful. I will have to give another report on him after my operation, which should be in the next few weeks.
The worse and new thing is the pain I had as I choked in the car park. It was like stabbing knives across my chest and arms. So terribly painful I actually thought my time had come. I too am asthmatic and suffer from Thyroidism. I have been to see my doctor who once again took my blood to test, but came up with no real answers. If anyone can help I would be so greatly appreciated.
Well I'll keep you guys posted. Good Luck with your weight loss.
, but won't admit whether it turns him off or not. But our sex is still great. i've seen pictures and videos of other people's vaginas and it only makes me feel uglier. Please tell me that there are others out there with the same "problem". i wish i had a pretty little pink one like the girls in porn clips; but i do not want surgery. We love eachother very much and i don't want this "isseue" to ruin our sexlife due to my lack of self esteem. Big sisters..please help!
I placed a stool under with a video portable player or could use a lap top computer and she watched videos through the hole. She found the time required (2 weeks) face down was not easy but made more acceptable by being able to watch films. Her Eye is a lot better now after three months. She was driving after four weeks. We think her problem was caused by a knock in the eye. Can anybody pass coment on this.
The spinal surgeon specialist recommended having the operation. The operation itself was day surgery and very straight forward. I was home the next day, able to walk, sit and stand without pain. - In the first week after, I had no more leg pain, just a sore back. - In the second week, some pain came back, but it much less and not in my back. - In the third week, back is good and pain is fading from my leg. Flexibility is returning and I can drive a car, walk, ride a bike and swim.
Early this year i started getting this terrible feeling of pressure in my ears, sometimes upper chest, shocking headaches, general feeling of being unwell, upset stomach, tighgnes around the throat, sometimes a stabbing pain in my energy, just wanted to put my head down all the time. I have had all the blood tests done, a calotted (not sure how to spell) vein test etc etc. Been on antibiotics for sinus for nearly 9 weeks.
Let whatever is in your nose and sinuses drain slowly out of your nostrils, while the hot water of the shower falls on your chest. Put a finger across your top lip if you don’t like the salty water getting in your mouth. After about 20 seconds, snort inward, so the mucus goes into your throat, then do some hawking, and spit it out of your mouth. Repeat once or twice. Then, close one nostril, and blow out the open nostril as slowly and gently as you can.
The ER doc at Dupont suggested that it might be what's called a shuddering spell, which looks like a seizure but is actually benign and is something they grow out of. I looked on YouTube and saw some videos, and the ones I saw did not look like what I am seeing, but there is so much variety in them, these could very well be another kind of shuddering spell. You will likely have the MRI before I have my follow-up from the EEG (or about the same time).
He looked at me like I was making it up. I get random shocks through my body. Sometimes they are just in my chest, sometimes down my led or arm. I noticed they happen most frequently when I work out or walk. Moving my neck does seem to play some part, but also I tend to move my neck the most when I'm walking or working out. The shocks don't necessarily hurt, but they are a bit uncomfortable and scary.
I have been to every doctor you can think of. They told me acid reflux but meds for that have'nt worked for me. Had chest ct scan, throat ct scan, sinus ct scan, barium swallow larynoscopy too. After a year and a half of tests, nobody knows why I have this. I went to bed normal one night and woke up like this and it's been this way ever since. It has totally changed my life.....and I hate it. If you find out anything please post and let us know what you find out.
finally diagnosed as petit mal (simple partial) seizures, reactivated EBV infection found, low Vit D found, small thyriod nodules found (too small to biopsy), liver biopsy negative, all other scans (CT, MRI, chest Xray) negaitve 5 months ago - Cut wheat, dairy and corn 2 months ago - reintoduced corn, no ill effects 1 month ago - reintroduced dairy (cheese, ice cream), tastes bad, stomach ache and "dizzy" feeling (seizure?) cut dairy immediatly What do I have? Can anyone tell me?
Hey hurts, Mine came on very gradually and the pain has changed (in other words, it covers a broader area now), but has stayed very consistent. Now it radiates to my ribs sometimes my chest feels stiff in the morning too. Got my ANA panel back - my doctor said it showed some positive/some negative factors (she thinks it may be an auto-immune issue) and has referred me to a rheumatologist - I go on March 15th. I live in a town that has only 2 rhuematologists (!
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