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I work very long hours in a call centre and my neck hurts so much. I wonder if I have permanent damage to my vocal cord. My neck feels like I have lump to swallow & I can't physically talk any more & it hurts a lot.
I have trouble swallowing pills and chewed them up...do you know if these could cause permanent heart damage?...I had 2 rounds of laryngitis and the second time I got the prescription...did not see doctor the first time like I should have. This was 2 yrs. ago..my pvcs have gone from staying with me a week, then disappearing,..to now what has escalated into an every single day occurrence and yesterday it seems to be every other beat at times... the pattern is skip....reg. beat...reg. beat...
I have trouble swallowing pills and chewed them up...do you know if these could cause permanent heart damage?...I had 2 rounds of laryngitis and the second time I got the prescription...did not see doctor the first time like I should have. This was 2 yrs. ago..my pvcs have gone from staying with me a week, then disappearing,..to now what has escalated into an every single day occurrence and yesterday it seems to be every other beat at times... the pattern is skip....reg. beat...reg. beat...
Untreated gonorrhea can cause serious and permanent health problems in both women and men. In women, gonorrhea is a common cause of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). About one million women each year in the United States develop PID. The symptoms may be quite mild or can be very severe and can include abdominal pain and fever. PID can lead to internal abscesses (pus-filled “pockets” that are hard to cure) and long-lasting, chronic pelvic pain.
1) Could an autoimmune process have helped bring on CHF? 2) Is CHF a sign of permanent damage to my heart, so making it another chronic medical problem for me that will require constant treatment? 3) Will I need to see a cardiologist for treatment? 4) What could happen if the CHF is not treated? 5) How serious is CHF? In short, should I be afraid? Thank you for taking the time to read this. I apologize for the length, but wanted to give you as much background as possible.
Thank you both for your kind words. I agree with you both. You really need to try to get onto http://www.braintalk.org (the peripheral neuropathy forum there), because as Marygold said, you are probably suffering from a Vitamin B-12 deficiency. This "mal-absorption" of Vitamin B-12 is often due to taking acid blockers, and often also due to thyroid problems! The result of not absorbing Vitamin B-12 (plus other "B" vitamins, and also minerals, etc.) is NERVE DAMAGE.
I suspected pernicious anaemia at age 33 and pushed for the diagnosis at age 35. I have permanent nerve damage but that damage started showing up decades before I started B12. It doesn't take that long to raise B12 levels to good range. Two or three months I think from memory. I have been using sublingual B12 spray daily for years. Currently taking 2000mcg daily. To me it's like water. Symptoms show up quickly if I stop taking my B12!
My question for anyone is how long can it take? When do I know when I need more help, if I do. Is this ever permanent? I would love input. Thanks.
Hi. I had the test today (sigmoid.) & no cause of bleeding was found. I can't say I am too surprised, I somehow knew he would not find anything. On another note, I asked about DGL & he tried to tell me it would raise my bloodpressure & I humbly said that I read that it wouldn't. He gave me some samples of Nexium instead. (Which I will try just so I don't have to lie about it if he asks) but I don't want to be on that either.
Symptoms can include a headache or pressure in the area of the sinuses, a stuffy nose, achy teeth, an odor coming from the nose, postnasal drip, cough, sore throat, laryngitis, lightheadedness, constant low fever, and thick, yellow to green nasal drainage. This inflammation can block sinus drainage and cause increased mucus production. The mucus can drain from the nose and sinuses down the back of the throat causing a constant or intermittent postnasal drip and sore throat.
BOTOX INJECTIONS (NOT HIGHLY RECOMMENDED), KEEPING YOUR THROAT MOIST AT ALL TIMES, ANTIBIOTIC IF A INFECTION (LARYNGITIS), AND BREATH ONLY THRU THE NOSE I HAD SILENT ACID REFLUX, HAD A SPINAL FUSION-THRU THE NECK AND HAD A VIRUS THAT CAUSED DAMAGE TO THE CORDS. HOPE SOME OF THIS HELPS!
The HCG pulls nutrients from the fat storage it is getting rid of and actually feeds your body with it, making it so you can eat 500 callories and not feel hunger. this isn't a permanent solution, and no one thinks it is, this is a jump start to help you gain the motivation to continue making healthy choices. I have tried everything from exercising and eating right, every fad diet you can imagine as well, and have had no success.
LLMDs say to treat Lyme 8 full weeks after ALL symptoms are gone, except for permanent damage, of course. But it sounds like she hasn't been sick long enough for that. If she's still fatigued or sore or hoarse, she needs continuing treatment. Keep looking for a doc who will at least order IGeneX testing and give your daughter a diagnosis if appropriate. It sounds like you're on the right track.
It may also be because my lungs have not yet fully recovered although I will always now have scar damage to them. I am seeing doctor soon and will give an update.
Hi there, i'm 23, f, and I suffer from very unpleasant case of permanent post nasal drip, have had it for over 6 months now. I am quite positive that it developed due to my former excessive use of cocaine as I often had sinusitis and similar minor problems. Obviously due to this condition I ceased using the drug and also had to cut down on my smoking, which are probably the only good things that came out of it. I have tried several standard procedures, e.G.
It will knock you right out! I don't think that there is a permanent solution to our predicament, but I tell you, Windex/Ammonia is a great quick/useful fix! Cheers!
acid reflux and allergies to dust bunnies...I remember when it first came on was a really bad flu virus and I had laryngitis. It has now come to the point where I am having fainting spells as well as a seizure. I'm also going through pre menapause and when it's "supposed" to be that time, and I have a lot of water retention, it gets bad then too as well as a cold and allergy symptoms. I really hate that we are all suffering from this weird problem...
Four years later she had the flu and laryngitis and it happened again. This time for 2 years she had a relapse 3 times a year-- when she was stressed and developed high fevers. She had all kinds of diagnostic tests--tested negative for everything--except that her IgA for autoimmune disease was high. When she is stressed and near her period she gets canker sores in her mouth (we thought it might be bechets), followed by a high fever due to some respiratory illness.
I've used anti-itch ointments, and antibiotics, which seem to give some temporary relief, but it seems pretty crappy that no one, and no doctor that anyone here has seen, has managed to find a permanent solution. I'm so glad I found other people who've had this issue too, though!
The reality is that this may help with your immune system or it may do further damage to your liver. Who knows? I seriously doubt that it will cure HBV. Your friend may have only had acute HBV and possibly cleared the virus on their own. I would not look to this as being some miracle cure. If a doctor told you that you had HBV, did you EVER go back to find out if it was acute or chronic? What worries me, is that it sounds like you have chosen to ignore you condition.
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