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Posted By Angelina Thio on November 02, 1998 at 05:10:27: Dear Doctors,    Sorry if this letter is too long. I've post before in September 1998. Please be patient with reading.    I am a mother of three boys.  The eldest one is 6 years old, very bright and active but he had poor memory and distracted easy by everything.  He can't concentrate on anything he knows already and refuse to do stuff that he had done before.
Dear Doctors, Sorry if this letter is too long. I've post before in September 1998. Please be patient with reading. I am a mother of three boys. The eldest one is 6 years old, very bright and active but he had poor memory and distracted easy by everything. He can't concentrate on anything he knows already and refuse to do stuff that he had done before. He is not good in spelling and always got alphabets written the opposite way( something like looking into a mirror).
These are not officially accepted concepts, though there is research, and a fairly large amount of anecdotal evidence. Good luck! ...Marie Dear Doctors, Sorry if this letter is too long. I've post before in September 1998. Please be patient with reading. I am a mother of three boys. The eldest one is 6 years old, very bright and active but he had poor memory and distracted easy by everything. He can't concentrate on anything he knows already and refuse to do stuff that he had done before.
These are not officially accepted concepts, though there is research, and a fairly large amount of anecdotal evidence. Good luck! ...Marie Dear Doctors,? ? Sorry if this letter is too long. I've post before in September 1998. Please be patient with reading.? ? I am a mother of three boys.?The eldest one is 6 years old, very bright and active but he had poor memory and distracted easy by everything.?
Marie Dear Doctors, Sorry if this letter is too long. I've post before in September 1998. Please be patient with reading. I am a mother of three boys. The eldest one is 6 years old, very bright and active but he had poor memory and distracted easy by everything. He can't concentrate on anything he knows already and refuse to do stuff that he had done before. He is not good in spelling and always got alphabets written the opposite way( something like looking into a mirror).
- ) As an introduction I must say that vertigo itself is a topic, which, like many other in medical science, is evolving. We have not as yet found all the answers. We will try to rearrange your history in a way which is familiar to us. Your illness starts in 1980 when you were 23 yr age. Until then you were apparently alright? What do you think was the cause of your ‘vertigo’? Do you remember the first episode of vertigo? Can you describe it?
I have had viral Meningitis, Bell's Palsy, Hypothyroidism, Costochondritis, Fasciitis, Dizziness/Vertigo while driving, random tingling/numbness in hands, feet, lips, and nose, burning or irritation in ears, anxiety due to the Costochondritis, and sleep apnea. I've been involved in 4 accidents where the vehicle was a loss (always the other person's 'fault'/citation) but with only whiplash for injuries. I've also had at least two embedded deer ticks.
Part I explains the Flip-Turn Sinus Flush®, Part II tells you why it works, Part III tells you how to prevent sinus problems. Good luck, and breathe free! INTRODUCTION Antibiotics often do not work for chronic sinusitis. The reason is simple: antibiotics are delivered to the site of infection by the bloodstream. There is some blood flow in the sinuses, but for many people it’s not sufficient to deliver enough of the drug to kill the large number of bacteria in the infected sinuses.
He ran tests - CT scans, swallowing x-rays, blood work, etc. I saw a speech pathologist and everything. The swallowing x-rays showed that my hyoid bone did not more in unison. It appeared that the hyoid, which I'm told forms in the womb from 3 point of origin and then fuses into a solid bone before birth, had never fused into the solid bone at all.
It's likely your lymph node(s) that are clogged and need to be drained. I went to a massage therapist on Tuesday and had a lymphatic massage; however, you can google lymphatic drain massage or lymph nodes and find some ways to drain it yourself if you can't see or wait for a massage therapist. Irritatingly enough, my lymph nodes -this time both sides- are sore again today, which means they need to be drained again...so just know that you may have to do this more than once.
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