Horse teeth problems symptoms

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He does have some Impressive in him, though i have not once seen him have any symptoms. I have had his teeth floated this spring, and after that he gained some weight. But over the summer he has lost it all again. He is constantly eating and doesnt look sick, he isnt gastly slim but i'm afraid that if I can't figure out what's wrong that will happen. He's never been a thick horse but right now he looks like a thoroughbred off a race track.
Very strange bunch of symptoms I admit but I am fed up to the back teeth with feeling like an idiot when nothing shows in tests. I was told by a Dr once that they are told to look for "horses, not zebras" when it comes to tests. But for me, there are more zebras than horses! So what then?? Grrr. Thank you Rumpled for taking the time to read and reply. Regards, Debra.
But if it gets back to being almost every day, I can't imagine having to continue to deal with that for the rest of my life. As long as the bone is in place, I have no problems. No swallowing problems, no pain, nothing. I just never know when it's going to pop. I do a lot of public speaking and presentations. My greatest fear is that it will happen in front of an audience. The pain is so sudden and intense that I immediatley burst into tears.
Torso -When my last series of symptoms started, my torso started having problems as well. I started noticing that was short on air. My muscles are squeezing my lungs almost continuously. I cannot hold my breath for more than 25 secs now.
But, now in my early 50's I come down with flu-like symptoms even with a mild weight workout--but no problems with walking for 40-50 minutes uphill to break a mild sweat. My internist Dr.'s response has been: "I don't know what to say!" As I write this, I am recovering from this "flu" after some weight workout which was more strenuous than previous episodes but was slower to give me the symptoms in a different form.
I'm having withdrawal symptoms I didn't expect. Light headedness, the runs, blood pressure going up, and general fatigue. Lots of fatigue. And some irritability. I am hoping that these symptoms begin to decrease soon. Well, they have gotten better than it was in the first 2 days. I am still wondering how long I can expect to have these side effects of withdrawal?
I think bacterial, parasites, yeast, viruses can all contribute to the above as well. hiadial hernia and gall bladder can cause these similar problems or symptoms. As far as the ablation ultimately it is going to be between God yourself and your doctors. It does work for some that are chronic but I can tell you that it does not work for some others.
I'm a teenage girl, and I've been suffering with digestive problems for a long time to the point were it affects my daily life. My first problem is I have chronic constipation. I can't go to the bathroom for sometimes two weeks and I also have, I know its sounds gross... severe gas. Like really bad for as long as I can remember. I get very,very, bloated from all of this and it results in gas pains and me overall feeling pretty crappy.
The ENT took a look and said I had acid reflux--this was a surprise to me as I hadn't been having any other symptoms. I made an appointment with a Gastroenterologist and because of the ENT's diagnosis and the fact that my mother (not a smoker or drinker) had recently died of esophageal cancer, they recommended an endoscopy. Up to that time, I had had very little trouble with my upper digestive system that I had been aware of unless I ate very late at night.
I am a 28 year old Female Caucasian Married 1 child, currently on the Mirena IUD Athletic Pool Cleaner Don’t Smoke or do drugs Drink ~5wk I feel like something is constantly wrong with me, I mean if I had a horse in my shape, I'd shoot him (not really). I am wondering if all of my problems may be related to be a much bigger problem. I am here because I feel like I keep going in with yet another problem and I dont want to keep complaining sounding like a complete hypochondriac.
I have gone to literally over 14 doctors- orthos,neurolgists, neurosurgeons, general practioners, and none of them has acknowledged my symptoms, but will only look at my MRIs and say, "everything's fine". I have stopped going because I am so sick of paying them for not doing anything for me. My problem is related to my lower back and on one MRI a radiologist actually called it what it was- a slight? herniation of L5-S1 and a central disk "protrusion" in L4-L5.
Beta was done 11 days past ET and I got a BFP!!! Try not to worry to much, alot of people say they feel no symptoms at all and still get a BFP. Best of luck to you.
The problem is sometimes those pregnancy symptoms are an awful lot like period symptoms (it's a bummer that nature works that way). But either way, I started having sore breasts and slight nausea within about a week or so after my IUI. The IUI worked and I did get pregnant... so although everyone is different, the symptoms started rather early for me. We'll cross our fingers for you and hopefully you'll have some good news in a week or so!
difficulty with recalling words, how to spell them, or type them and others as though my articulators (mouth, tongue, jaw) don't want to cooperate * aicd reflux problems and gastrointestinal problems that come-&-go * bladder problems that come & go...
This appeared out of the blue in June 2012 (I say out of the blue because I don't take drugs, don't smoke, don't have diabetes, didn't have chemotherapy, and didn't take medicines for long periods of time -besides 1 week of cyprofloxacin in March 2012). I had a sexual exposure in February 2012 with bizarre symptoms exactly 2 weeks later that lead me to think on HIV (a cervical swollen lymph node, neck stiffness and then an urinary track infection), but I tested negative several times.
I started reading up on hiv and the symptoms then I start thinking and hoping no one I've been with has hiv. On Dec. 6 I began to have flu like symptoms.I started out with a cratchy throat for three day so I went to free health clinic on Dec.9th because I didn't have any health insurance at the time and I was tested for hiv and other std but I had to wait 2 weeks for my results to come back.
And a lot of pressure on my teeth, its hard to describe its a combination of pain and pressure on my face and my teeth. right now my ears are aching. I have this symptoms for 4 months. Been to many doctors and they all think Im on a lot of stress. I am constantly tired. Is anyone there that can help?
He says it rarely burns and he doesn't suffer from the usual non acid reflux symptoms of cough, sore throat, horse voice etc..... He recently had a 24hr ph study test done and although he had regertation into his mouth over 30 times during the 24 hours, the test came back that he doesn't suffer from reflux because the results were within the peramitors of normal.
This started in late Jan. I started out with a simple cold. Then GI problems began. Thought I had a virus. It lasted MUCH longer than any virus!!! I have been to the ER twice and to the GI doc several times. My symptoms at first ...Diarrhia...vomiting...weak..dizzy...burning in my right lower rib and left lower rib (stomach and liver). Kidney burn. Abdominal swelling. horrible GAS. weakness/weird feeling in my extremities at night. Extremely sleepy @ night.
I have a horse who needs to be ridden and a family who needs the old me back. Could a shot of depo medrol 80 mg throw my body into a frenzy. I was also given medrol pill form which I could only take 3 days of that because of side effects. I right hand also shakes sometimes, I just feel like doggy doo doo.
I first noticed symptoms in October 2009, I was sitting at work and I had a vibration feeling in my left foot. It did not hurt, it was just annoying. I had just gotten my first flu shot ever a couple weeks before so it kind of worried me a little bit. So, after a couple of days I went to Convenient Care and they told me it was from sitting with my legs crossed for 10 hours a day at work. She gave me some Ibuprofen 600 and said I had neuritis. I took the medicine and it went away after a day.
I know I've posted several times about my chronic gastritis and it's like beating a dead horse! I've chatted with others who have acute or mild gastritis but not chronic. I was doing fine for a few months, now back to where I'm feeling somewhat poorly but not horrible. Does anyone out there have Chronic Gastritis who would be willing to share their course of treatment, etc. The doctor doesn't give much input as far as lifestyle changes. He tells me it will heal but when!
About a week ago I had such a terrible "toothache" I could hardly stand it. I took two rapid release tylenol, the pain went away and I thought may be it had been caused by clenching my jaw during the day (without realizing it). Anyway, the pain came back again yeasterday with a vengence! My lower jaw on my left side has severe pain that lasts several minutes then subsides for a while. The upper jaw on the left side is also effected but isn't as severe.
or if this is due to the other symptoms I have been having. I possibly have OvCa (mass on left ovary, CA-125 of 150.5). My back has been hurting since Saturday, when I was bent over the sink, brushing my teeth. After I was done, I stood up and a sharp shooting pain went through my back. Can anyone describe for me the feeling of the back pain you may have experienced? I was going to seek out a Chiropractor, but I'm not sure if it'd do any good right now.
It can happen in one to three areas of my body at a time, in varying combinations—it can occur in my jaws (clenching my teeth), tongue, back, hands, arms, buttocks, legs and feet. I don't realize I'm doing it until it really starts to hurt! Once I'm aware that I'm tensing, I can make the muscles relax, but most of the time, it just happens again after 10-30 seconds, or if not that soon, a few minutes later (either the same part of my body, or a different one).
In the past 5 years I've been misdiagnosed by several Dr's as being bipolar, so all the symptoms of thyroid problems (constipation, hair loss, weight gain, chronic fatigue) I've blamed on antidepressant meds (lamictol, trazadone, zoloft, celexia etc etc). So finding out I am hypothyroid and have an auto immune disease has been a huge surprise/shock to say the least. I am still trying to figure this out.
Have any other tests been done? I know this all comes as a surprise to you, but don't put the cart before the horse. Easier said than done, I realize, but you don't know anything concrete yet. Try not to worry about the "what if's" because they very rarely pan out. Not knowing is the hard part. When will you see the professor for the CT Scan? I wish you all the best and please let us know what you find out.
I was in an accident 8 years ago and have TMJ problems now which cause headaches but it all has suddenly intensified. I am on pain meds from my doctor yet still am in constant pain. Any ideas? Could this be more than just TMJ?
Various withdrawal effects may include shakes, shivers, diarrhea, nausea, and possible flu-like symptoms. Not all people experience will all withdrawal symptoms, and some people may experience others not listed here. The length of time withdrawal symptoms occur can range from a couple of days to weeks depending on how high your dose was and how long you were on the drug. Withdrawal symptoms can be reduced by discontinuing use of the drug slowly (i.e., gradually reducing the daily dose).
It may be necessary to delve deeper and make a diagnosis based on symptoms and other methods. Here are some sample symptoms for you to think about, although there are many more: dry skin hoarse voice brittle hair and/or nails vitiligo (white spots on the skin that don't tan. Sometimes they are progressive, i.e.
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