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200220 tn?1361955154 I have had radioactive idione treatment for my thyroid 1 year ago. I did great with not problems until Nov. of 06. I have now been diagnosed with hypothyroidism. My thyroid is very out of wack. I am seeking a new endicrinologist. I need one that will explain more of what is going on. I am having anxiety and have called my doctor several times and he has yet to get in touch with me. do you know of any good doctors in this general area. Thank you.
748543 tn?1463449675 For the past few weeks I have been throwing around ideas as to the best way to respond to this matter. You see a recent article ( Feb.3 , 2009 NY times) titled "Best treatment for TMJ May be Nothing" nearly made me clench my jaw to pieces. While well written, I found that the author, Ms. Brody, relied heavily on out dated and narrow perspective supplied to her by a small group of dentists.
667078 tn?1316004535 Then it was Cancer treatment centers. The staff took the team approach. How about a MS program. MS treatment Centers of America. They would get you on Steroids if you needed them. Start you on a DMD. Set up appointments with other professionals such as Urologists or have them on staff who understand MS. Work on PT and OT. Have common sense nutrition and teach about nutrition for Gasteroparesis and IBS common to MS. Mindfulness meditation to learn to deal with stress.
Avatar n tn I of course began seeing numerous doctors and specialists for a diagnoses. ALL of them said my condition and my many physical symptoms were due to anxiety. After hearing the "anxiety' diagnoses enough times you begin to "settle on it" ... but thanks to people on this message board that suggested the possibility of Lyme disease did I seek out an Lyme Literate Doctor. Recently it has been confirmed that I have Lyme.
Avatar n tn I called him back and he wrote me referral to a neurologist and also wrote me a prescription for Buspar to help with my anxiety. I saw the neurologist yesterday and the one abnormality he found was hypereflexia. I am going in tomorrow for the blood work up and next Wednesday for an MRI of the spine (if that is normal he'll schedule one of the brain). When I go for my follow up he'll do the EMG. He did not notice any weakness during the exam.
Avatar n tn The only reason I said what I did is because Randy is not currently in treatment and did not complain of fatigue. It sounded like the issues were mainly anxiety and stuff like that. I am in treatment and I exercise regularly. There's no question you need to be careful and take things very gradually. I've suffered the consequences when I pushed things too hard. But exercise is a great antidote for whatever ails you. (So are massages btw).
Avatar n tn Don't treat him like he's glass, it will only make things a thousand times worse for him - and you, unfortunately. He may end up needing treatment for depression and/or anxiety. Is he in a cardiac rehabilitation program? Sometimes this can be a HUGE help.
Avatar n tn Feel like a pin cushion from all the blood work - again all within normal ranges. My psychologist insists anxiety is the culprit. Though I have been under a fair amount of stress with work and family, can these pains linger around for this long just from anxiety? They come and go throughout the day and are very disruptive to my thinking of 'what's going on with me? - which I'm guessing only breeds more anxiety. The only other med I'm on is Lipitor for cholestorol.
Avatar m tn With both, you're more likely to have neuro-psychiatric symptoms and significant GI issues. I have both. I developed anxiety, mild obsessive thoughts (especially about convincing others how sick I was and finding a diagnosis), mental confusion, word finding problems (my family still chuckles when I say the wrong word), and getting lost while driving to familiar places. Every symptom you describe is known to be caused by Lyme.
200220 tn?1361955154 Jospeh's day program since last monday when I woke up to an anxiety attack. Not knowing what to do I went to the emergency room and they gave me a shot of lorazapam. I have been taking it as needed ever since. I have tried contacting my thyroid doctor and we have not been able to connect. He increased my levothyroxin from 50 to 75mcg. I do not feel any better and do not like taking the lorazapam.
Avatar f tn My main question is, you seem to have been building up to an anxiety problem but you don't mention whether you started therapy with a psychologist who specializes in anxiety treatment. You also mention you're not on meds because you don't have insurance, but I'm not sure having insurance has anything to do with having meds. Staying on a medication is really cheap. You only have to see your psychiatrist when you make changes and the generic drugs don't cost very much.
Avatar n tn Depression and anxiety can have symptoms you described, the anxiety builds to such a point that a mental 'break' occurs. She may need help in controlling the anxiety so it doesn't build to this point again, learning how to indentify when it begins and what to do to diffuse it. Be with her and support her and comfort her as best you can and when she leaves the hospital help see that she follows the doctors iinstructions.
Avatar m tn Hi and welcome to the Chiari forum. There are a few Drs in the Baltimore, MD, DC and N.C area that are true Chiari specialists....you will want to research them see a few and see which is best for you. http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Chiari-Malformation/-Chiari--Drs-list--links-2015/show/2415432 Since a syrinx is already formed, you ust have a CSF obstruction.....
Avatar f tn Stop focusing....You're day 5... that's GREAT...
Avatar f tn We waited for 3 hours for the doctor to show up and all he said when I told him about ALL of my symptoms was that it is anxiety. I have had worse anxiety in the past and have never experienced this before. I have always been taking my anxiety medication for years and am confused to as how he could still think it is anxiety if the medication is not working.
Avatar f tn 1. Follow Your Treatment Plan This is the most important thing you can do to help make your hep C treatment go smoothly. “Once the patient is on treatment, the compliance is very important,” says Hwan Yoo, MD, a liver specialist at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, MD. Don’t miss any doses, and try to take the medications at the same time every day. Don’t miss your follow-up appointments, either.
Avatar n tn I take a low dose of xanax .25mg a day for anxiety. Within 24 hours of taking the drug the following day my bowels are a grey color other times a yellow/grey color (and continue that color while on the drug). My doctor said that xanax didn't cause this so in Dec 2007 I had a liver function test and an ultrasound of my liver and gallbladder. All tests were normal. I came off the xanax and 7 days later like magic my bowel color was brown. I told my doctor who still said xanax doesn't do that.
521840 tn?1348844371 My psychological evaluations resemble the neuropsychological assessments that I was trained to do as in intern at a pediatric hospital in Baltimore. I study the individual’s functioning exhaustively until I’m satisfied that I understand the problem, both what it is and what I can safely determine that it is not.
Avatar f tn His vitals were good before we left the house, we didn't hit any significant traffic around Baltimore, and he was still ok when we got to the office. (sometimes I wish he was doing worse when we went to the doctor...) The short report is that I do not feel like there is much to continue with this doctor.
Avatar m tn o LLMD - Holistic in DC area o LLMD - High Med in Baltimore. The LLMD - Holistic ordered a IGenX Western Blot and additional tests including a CD-57 .. and scheduled a later appointment below. Results: o The LLMD - High Med in Baltimore...after reviewing my prior tests.. said that based on my lack of symptoms and a thourough history and physical exam ... that he did not think that I should be concerned ... my bodied had/is handling it. He did not recommend further tests nor treatment.
Avatar m tn In hepatitis C, the viral load is primarily useful in guiding treatment. The goal of treatment is to make the viral load undetectable and have it remain undetectable after treatment is completed.” The viral load in hepatitis C has a direct connection to treatment success.
Avatar n tn I still have a lot of anxiety about my eye .Do you recongnize any thing that would cause my symptoms ?other than the retina I am a white male 58 years old.
Avatar n tn We finally saw Dr. Carey at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore because we read that he has treatment for Meniere's. Dr. Carey diagnosed him with superior canal dehisence, a rather recently diaginosable condition and was able to cure him. It required inner-cranial surgery, but only 1 week after later his is well on his way to being cured. Dr. Carey performed the same tests that had been done repeatedly, but he knows what he is looking for!
541465 tn?1219431486 but another one of my problems is i have a serious sleep issue, along with being Bi-poliar and I HAVE ADHD, and an anxiety disorder. Im weening myself of the Klonopins (were starting me on a beta blocker for anxiety due to the methadone program), I take 0.1 mg Clonodine, and 200-400mgs Seroquel everynight. Ive heard that it will make you somewhat tired. But do they mean tired by the time you go to bed, or tired all throughout the day and falling asleep wherever you go.
1815939 tn?1377995399 The study involved 994 men 40 to 70 years old without overt heart disease who were followed across several institutions in Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, Los Angeles and Chicago. Of the 994, 613 were infected with HIV, 70 were infected with both viruses and 17 were only infected with hepatitis C. Participants underwent cardiac CT scans to detect and measure the amount of fat and calcium deposits inside the vessels of their hearts.
Avatar f tn As previously posted, due to an onset of twitching in early August (after beginning an anti anxiety medication and during a period of very high stress), I had both a neurology consultation and TWO rounds of EMG testing. The EMG testing was done in the middle of and at the end of September. The needle insertions were done on my left arm (four spots), left leg (four spots), upper back (two spots), neck, and jaw.
166496 tn?1236185912 I would venture to believe that all of us who are currently treating or deciding to or have stopped treatment have anxiety. Just part of life... I do have a hard decision in front of me..... will look in my heart and make the decision and just hope for the best! That is all I can do at this point. Want to feel normal again! Well almost, was never completely normal LOL!!! I will keep everyone posted!
739091 tn?1300669627 Helzlsouer, director of the Prevention and Research Center at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore. Dr. Anne Wallace, professor of clinical surgery at Moores UCSD Cancer Center in San Diego, said, "Prophylactically removing the ovaries in these women is extremely important as ovarian cancer screening is not very helpful.
Avatar m tn I just wish that hcp's would get their stuff straight before giving out testing advice that might screw with someone psychologically. At this point, I think anxiety can cause as much damage as many diseases. Don't they realize this? Is it just some kind of "scare hiv out of the country" gimmik? Its pure BS that's what it is.
280955 tn?1269254385 Is this aneurysm treatable in your opinion, or are there any other options for treatment that I should know about? Are there any specific questions I should be asking my NS or the INR? I need to know that I have options, because "inoperable" and "can't be treated" are not options for me. Any input and assistance would be appreciated in this matter. Thank you.