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I am finally getting some help from the drug company on my meds, so not sure exactly how much it is but think around $140- 150 per prescription without insurance. Before switching I would certainly look at possible side effects of the other drugs too. Even if these have bad side effects, I just can't breathe without them so....Good luck and have enjoyed communicating with you.
I was curious, how many on this board still smoke? And if you do how much? Also, how long ago was your diagnosis. my family thinks I flipped out to soon and that my quitting is making my stress level worse and they think that Im making myself sicker in other ways now. Just a note " family members that live with me are behind me not smoking all the way".
Her politely told her that I was not comfortable with that because I think, unless its an emergency, one physician should manage a patients medications. Well that lead to a discussion about how doctors are fleecing America From Medco Drug Trends Report 2008, May 2008 (data from 2007) Percent of prescriptions filled with brand name drugs declined from 45.9% in 2003 to 30.6% in May 2008.
it's just a matter of how soon I can altogether! My life depends on it! thanks so much for your support, guys.. you have no idea how much help I've gotten from these forums.. amazing, is all I can say.. Love ya!
I lost my insurance several years ago and had to start using Primatene Mist to control my asthma as doctor fees and prescriptions cost way too much when you're without insurance. As you may know, Primatene is going off the market December 31st of this year (2011) so I was in a quandary.
Just maybe something inside me felt that after all the MS had handed me over the years, and the fact I had cost my insurance nothing in drugs over the years, modest pharmacy bills, and seldom even many diagnostic tests, I was *entitled* to special help that would make things easier for me again. A chair had been looking quite good to me for some years. There was no question my arms were too weak for a manual chair when I couldn't even push a shopping cart anymore since it hurt my arms so badly.
If your Mother tested positive for a mutation then you could have the test done as well to see what your risk may be for this at a much lower cost. I tested negative and so did my sister though we both battled cancer at the same time. I lost both Grandmothers and my Mother to cancer. Though we do not have the mutation we do have a high family risk. Do you have a power of attorney for your Mother for medical treatment? You may want to talk to her about that to make sure she gets her meds.
The book Cure Unknown by Pam Weintraub, I think there are paperback and E- copies for low cost. A dense book that does a great job explaining the bizarre history and controversy surrounding Lyme intertwined with the author's personal story. "Under Our Skin" is a documentary and is on Netflix and other stream services. I don't like all aspects of the film but it may be of interest to you as you embark. Best of luck to you.
I get a sore throat (not tonsils but when you swallow) I now go straight on antibiotics and use Bricanyl inhaler although it doesnt seem to have much effect except to cause alot of mucus coughed up from the lungs. It causes me to have spasm coughing and if I cannot control this to 3 or 4 coughs my windpipe closes over making it hard to breath in or out. The last one about 2 years ago stopped me breathing in and out completely for 10 to 15 seconds and I thought I had bought it.
Surgery provides immediate relief—significant relief—but it often does not provide a permanent cure. What you will learn in this book is how to clear out the infected schmoo in your sinuses, even more effectively than surgery does, without somebody sticking a machine up your nose. 12. THE COLD The common cold is caused by several different viruses, in fact over a hundred of them. They have names like maxilovirus and rhinovirus.
After taking antibiotics so long for my skin, I did a lot of reading and research. I avoided antibiotics, and always take KYODOPHILUS ( at health stores) to replace the good bacteria that antibiotics destroy. It's natural and prevents the yeast from taking over. Also, one of the main things that destroys yeast is GARLIC. Hard to eat whole cloves, but they sell odorless capsules in health stores. Also something else called Caprylic Acid, in capsules, in health stores.
Honestly, so far I've only had the internet to help me stress-dose during an infection. I've mostly been treated by my GP who admits to ignorance on the entire subject. I still haven't started the course of Cipro he ordered. I'm not vomiting or anything, but I feel really tired/wobbly and out-of-it on and off. I've had this borderline respiratory and sinus infection for almost two months now, after I fought off the worst of it.
but it's amazing how much it does help for how little it seems to be. So far no smokes...although i admit...day 2 started off easier than it's been ending. I had an afternoon of urges...nothing too powerful...mostly mental. I took a walk...chewed some gum....paced....then eventually took another walk. A friend asked me to drive to a hospital in pittsburgh (like 60 miles away) to see a friend of her's who's dying --only 40 really sad. well...my friend smokes (ironically..
I know exactly where you are coming from. I was without insurance when I landed in the hospital the first time from the CHF. The bill was well over $50,000.00. Then, after I was diagnosed, it was next to impossible to attain health care insurance due to pre-existing, and I didn't/do not qualify for anything. I now pay almost $600/mo for insurance, and pay off the CHF bills as I can. Putting food on the table is tough now days.
Done it, worn the Tshirt. Then I looked at my partner, knowing how much he is devoted to me, and think how can I not try to go on as long as possible. Do I want to destroy him too?? All I want is to know the facts in black and white so I can make informed decisions. For example, I don't know how long I can work for. Do I want to wait until I'm carting around an oxygen cylinder before packing in my job?
I can walk around a little with the Rollator, without the portable oxygen tank. And I can walk much more with the oxygen tank. I recommend a Rollator to people to help them walk better while on portable oxygen.
Raise your arms pointing to the ceiling and keeping your back straight bend back. Do it as much as possible without actually falling over. I did it today and I could hear a pop sound. I read that's the gas pocket that was relased. Also I can hear some noise afterwards doing them. Another one lie on your stomache, hands on the side and push up. Your neck should point as close as possible to the ceiling. Last one is very important I got this from men's health magazine. Get on all fours.
This seems so stupid to me that a doctor can NOT figure this out. How does one go from never having this problem one day to this the next? I swear I think we have a sinus blockage somewhere that is causing this, this just isn't right. I have been using the saline rinse a lot, is it just the regular saline rinse in the white bottle with an orange top??
MY DAUGHTER IS 5 YEARS OLD,HAVING IGE LEVEL 361 LU/ML,OFTEN SUFFERING FROM COUGH & COLD. HOW SOULD SHE GET RID OF THIS RECURRENT SUFFERINGS AND DOES LEVEL OF IGE GO DOWN ONCE THE SAID SUFFERINGS GET SUBSIDED?
Thank you! If I could pay each of you, I would. Who knows how much you've all saved me in a fruitless pursuit of a magical cure! I'm a 49 yr old male and first experienced this terrifying attack when I was 39. I thought I was dying. I stopped smoking immediately, started eating healthy and exercising regularly. After a few months, it went away and I thought I was free of the affliction.
is this happening cuz i am thinking about it too much?? how many deep breaths a day is normal... if anyone has any advise please let me know and good luck volsy i hope we can get an answer...
I haven't had much luck with doctors either, it does seem to be related to allergies, colds etc. On thing that does help is to purse your lips almost like you are going to whistle and breath slowing in / out. That usually keeps me from closing up completely. Try not to breath in hard, that always seems to make it close up tighter, hard not to do when you feel like you can't breath tho.
Those of you who have similar condition only will understand how annoying and exhausting this can be and how much it impairs one's life. I'm really desperate and I would give anything to have it back to normal. I have done a little internet research and am going to try this Sinus irrigation device called Hydropulse. If that doesn't work, there is little hope anything else will. But hey if it works for me I will let you know.
Some thoughts... not answers. Look into sleep apnea. Excess weight on stomach compresses lungs. Do you spend a lot of time in a recliner ? Alcohol use ? Eating too late in the pm ? Personal experience : If I suddenly try to run for a bus (I'm 66) or up a few stairs I can get seriously out of breath, dragging air in as if I'm about to die.
Grocery bags or shopping bags always leave a mark that usually lasts the rest of the day. I have learned now how to carry things without touching much, how to dress without looking like I'm wearing a pillow case and who to hand off the bags to. Coping skills are my new best friend. Word to the wise, DO NOT go get your eyebrows waxed (or anywhere else) unless you have a few days to deal with it. Not pretty. Good Luck!
I am 21 and having the same syptoms in my right arm I thought maybe it was contributed to being on the computer all day at work and got a wrist brace for when I type, that has not helped, I have gotten to where I have to sleep on my left side with two pillows in front of me to lay my right arm on and it still does not help that much I wake up off and on all through the night. I am also having back pains and numb hand and fingers at times, the numbness is in my left and right hand.
He is refering me to an ENT to further evaluation. Does anyone know how the maxillary cysts are removed? How long is recovery? I have had just about everything done to my nose from just putting my bones in place after the accident to keep them from floating to deviated septum and all that. It seems that maxillary cyst are common however I am concerned about the size of mine and of couse the headaches and vision problems I experience. Any advice is helpfull!
Just can upon this site by accident...but glad I did! I was looking to see how much scented candles can bother an allergic person...I am definately one...allergy shots that started at age 12. I am now 54 and quit them at age 36. I got extremely dizzy Sat night. I lite some candles about 30 minutes before having company and had to take some allergy med to get rid of the dizziness. I know where you are all coming from. I have had all the tests, CT's, MRI's, etc...about 20 years ago.
However, Aveeno HAND cream does help with the dryness and itching a bit, but it does not cure it. I am going to keep coming back to see if any of you find the answer. It is awful and sure doesn't look nice!
I also have this symptom. It has been happening for at least 2 years, at least once a month. My blood pressure is 90/60. It usually happens on the palm side of various fingers, but in April, I had one rupture on my knuckle. I'm very interested in any comments.
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