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My husband and I just visited the hospital for the big developmental/gender ultrasound and we were thrilled to be blessed with a baby boy, but surprised to hear that he had eight toes on his right foot. We are going back in a month to look again at his bones, as they will be more calcified by then. The doctor said that he looks healthy and everything else was found to be normal, but I can't stop worrying about him.
the first guy never mentioned the fact that I had 2 bones messed up in my foot. The Talis and Cuboid. from what the foot guy said that it looked like those two bones collided in my fall and "bruised" both of them. She and her OS showed me the MRI that showed it best that the one bone had chaged color meaning trauma/fracture about 50% of it and the other bone the talis had about 25% change in it.
Has anyone experienced any bad side effects from the hcg shots? I am administering them myself and just want to know what to look out for.
Hi flower1942, I am wondering just how the shot was given. I recently had a flu shot and hardly felt it. Does the family member have extremely sensitive skin? Maybe a trip to the doctor would be the wise thing to do. I hope they feel better soon.
He's also extremely hungry and thirsty. I've read that all of these are possible phenobarbital side effects. How long do these usually last before the dog gets used to the medication? I'm hoping that these are not signs that something else is wrong, though I am aware of the possibilities.
She was like a guinea pig and now, 8 years after, she is living with side effects that have never gone : hypotension (around 8), fainding every day, unbearable headaches, kidney pyelonephritis every months, and an exhausting fatigue that keep her in her bed sometimes several days, where she can hardly eat alone. Before that, she was so full of life, making car races, flying planes, being a model for photographes, and photographer herself.
Is it like saying just taking longer birth control pills? What are the side effects? What are the benefits? Has FDA approved? Where i can search more about Yaz? Will it affect my future plan of having a healthy pregnancy? Also, i was told if i do want to get pregnant, i should wait 6 months after taking the birth control pills. is that true?
They normally take a view of only one side. With proper technique, any damage within the foot should be visible. If she has continued pain an MRI is probably indicated.
i have had a neuroma taken out of my right foot in 9/09 my\dr told me my bones were thinnin and since then i was put on fosomax for thining of the bones on my first dose i had a reaction and was put in the hosptail because i had cramp up so bad i could not breath they had to breath for me my dr said my body stayed cramp up for 2 hrs or so it caused me to have many more problems after.
On my left foot, I have pain on the outer side of the ankle, but it feels like it is more inside the foot. If I were to sit still, loosen my foot, and then roll the heel towards the inside, I have a very sharp pain. I have had this for about a year now. There are times after I play a sport that it feels fine, and other times when it hurts to walk. There is no tenderness. None of my injuries are swollen. If you need help with my descriptions I can add to them. Thank you.
The shoe will easily rock side to side. A flat foot will also cause the upper part of the shoe to lean inward over the sole. Both shoes should wear about the same way. 3) Healing of tendons and ligaments takes lot of time and more so if injury occurs in the foot because of less circulation and also because your feet bear the weight of the whole body. The symptoms only decrease over a period of time. Follow up regularly.
As time went on the pain increased to my left hip to my thigh and when it is bad to my foot. It is now spreading to my right side. I have had a MRI(L5)and X-ray they were clean.I saw a Orthopedic dr he sent me to physical therapy, I continued to get worst so Physical Th stopped it. Then I was sent to Physiatrist and Neurologist.
I also notice when I press down on the left side of my right ankle I have alot of pain. Also, when I press down on the bones on my leg, I am also in alot of pain. Should I get more tests done? Could there maybe sonething wrong in the leg also?
probably represents a tarlov cysst with can be seen on sagittal veiw only and the transaxial view did not comer this lesion. lesion is 8mm.. this mri was last year & the pain has gotten worse... so what does this mean....
I can't remember but for your sake i do sort of hope it is, because I have this mental picture of you dragging your bad foot and hobbling along with your now black and blue broken foot, have you thought about getting some wheels, maybe a segway, you'd get to the loo faster. I haven't a clue how you'd get around otherwise, its mind boggling lol. Now be a good girl and keep that foot elevated and rested, and btw your always needed and very much wanted!!! Cheers........
My history and pictures show the thoracic spine with compression fractures from a falling accident many years ago, on X-ray the bones appear crumbled on the edges, disks vapororized, the bodies misaligned, tilting diff ways, and the whole works curves to one side. At the time, the pain was sharp, natural fusion took place over time, now the pain is just deep aching muscle pain from being permanently wrenched out of place.
I went into treatment with the understanding that the side-effects could be bad, but I was laughing after the first month. Is that all you've got? I can take six months of this - easy! WRONG! Oh so very wrong. Things slowly went kind of belly up after the first month. I've lost 5kg in weight, my skin looks like old parchment, I have chronic fatigue as well as insomnia, with the result I'm sleep deprived, yadda, yadda, yadda. Enough moaning though.
hi there, I'm a 43 year old female and have been experiencing a lot of odd symptoms lately, and neither i nor my doctor can figure it out. i was wondering if another doctor could view my symptoms and perhaps give me an idea of what to tell my doctor to look for. i first went to the hospital about a month ago with what they thought was a gall bladder attack. All the tests came back negative, but my ribcage appears swollen.
Since the first shot or two I have had numbness and a tinkling in my big toe. It spread to my foot and then my calf, and the last few weeks the sensation is in my hand and arm. My blood pressure has spiked [never had a blood pressure problem before] I always thought it was my version of flu like symptoms. I was at my Drs yesterday, and he says my nerve endings are inflamed, and said that was the cause of my numbness. My sx have been managable till this point.
[1][2] The name derives from the fact that, in the sagittal view, the SMA and AA (with some imagination) appear to be a nutcracker crushing a nut (the renal vein). I was originally Diagnosed with Pelvic Congestion after complaining for many years of Chronic pelvic pain, left sided flank pain, lower back, and lower limbs. My husband and I were also trying to conceive for 6 years and all the doctors could tell me was that I had a great looking uterus.
Yes, the problems sometimes/often fluccuate somewhat from side to side. But, when people describe sensations that are fleeting and move around all the time - many times during the day - this is not characteristic of MS. People, especially with longstanding MS will say that sometimes (some days) one symptom predominates and other times another one does and that these symptoms may definitely be on either side of the body. However, these symptoms are not fleeting.
My hubbies shop gave us a gift basket recently and one of the items in it was the rear view mirrow for the baby. It sits in the back above baby and you put yours where your rear view mirrow would kind of be or where you can see baby. It is called babyview mirrow. There were also some very cute picture frames in it.
Today a friend told me that he tripped on a sidewalk a couple of weeks ago, thought he'd just sprained his ankle, turns out it was fractured. Now recuperating with a foot brace and a cane. His bones are brittle from years of HIV meds, also has Type 1 diabetes and other complicating health concerns. I worked from home today and will be going to emerg tonight, to have things checked out; hopefully it won't be too busy.
On the subject of Magnesium -I'm going to switch from mixing Mag oxide and Mag citrate to only Mag citrate and see If I notice any difference in muscle / nerve conditions / comfort levels. Mainly foot, hand, calve discomfort. T3 helps a lot, but I am forever searching for the rest of the puzzle.
I had a discectomy on my L4-5 in 2005. Also, same year I had a right-side total hip replacement due to bone necrosis (no blood to bone= dead bone). I just had another 3-view xray of my low back because I am in so much pain. (which I had to talk my primary care doctor into which should never be) The nurse called and said I had a lot of changes in the joints and disks and that this is common with aging.
Most people don't eat much of these in the US, thus the magnesium deficiencies we're finding now -- too much calcium intake pushed by the diary industry and too little focus on magnesium, which has to be in the proper electrical balance with calcium for the maintenance of strong bones. The other problem is that a large number of medications appear to either leach magnesium out of the body, or interfere with its absorption, and Americans take meds like candy.
Then why am I falling and why does my skin feel like it is 4 sizes to small when I move,and why do my muscles feel like they are ripping off my bones and why do I not have any feeling my left foot and why is my face numb, and I have trouble with using my hands? I had more question and he answered each one. He did say I have Ataxia and that it is getting worse with each week that goes by. We did agree to physical therapy and then after that a MRA.
I know this is personal but it was bizarre to say the least. It only lasted a few minutes. My foot and hand are very numb and heavy feeling. I would like to get re-tested at Igenex but it costed alot of money the last time and I just dont have the extra with all the therapy's I am doing. I have two insurances right now feel blessed but they dont cover everything I need for lyme and coinfection issues. Ill be broke as long as I can regain some happiness....
Are you taking the ribavarin with a substantial meal? This is important. Ginger in all forms is good for nausea. If you can get fresh ginger root, you can juice it and add it to drinks, put it in oatmeal, make tea with it. You need to add fattening food to your diet. The first time I did tx, I ate a cheesecake a week. Add things like flax seed to smoothies or juice. This topic has been covered many times on this forum. Try doing a search.
So, the soft tissue (fat and muscle) of the behind, the pelvis, and the hips have to do with how big the behind is, from the front view and the side view. And the tailbone has to do with how curvey (from the side view) the behind is. But please Linsey, if you think there could be a problem, like a growth or something, get it checked out by your doctor. And remember, most women would love to have a J-Lo butt!!
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