Fibromyalgia in san antonio

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585414 tn?1288944902 ), doing passive aggressive or hostile pranks (in the past), self medicating with natural remedies (in the past), drinking large amounts of caffeinated beverages (in the past), overstating my important/thinking I could "change the world", unable to concentrate on tasks but becoming obssessed with something unimportant. Right now I am to the point where I can spot this and catch it before it gets worse. Can you? What happens with you? Can you stop it? And could you learn?
10326444 tn?1409851430 Okay, so I was diagnosed with CM1 in April 2013 and had my decompression surgery in Sept. 2013. I really like my NS, Dr. Christopher Bogaev in San Antonio. My problem is that he is extremely happy that my Chiari is "fixed" even though many of my symptoms remain. He says he is very sorry that I still don't feel good and maybe I have fibromyalgia because the Chiari shouldn't be causing anymore problems.
Avatar n tn I also sleep on my right side with my arm up under my pillow to cradle my neck as i have severe neck arthritis from a car accident 6 or 7 years ago. i don't know if that is a factor in my numbness. i also notice that it goes numb more often on the days i do wear my bra. i would appreciate any advice or if you also have had a numb mid back, any suggestions.
Avatar n tn What test would someone reccomend for me? I am also trying to find a doctor in san antonio, tx does anyone know how i can find a doctor? If anyone can help with any of these questions i would appreciate it. My current doctor thinks LYme doesnt exsist in texas. ughh!!! fusterating when you are sick and just want answers to get better.
483733 tn?1326802046 During a lecture, I said, 'If you are using ASPARTAME (Nutra Sweet, Equal, Spoonful, etc) and you suffer from fibromyalgia symptoms, spasms, shooting, pains, numbness in your legs, Cramps, Vertigo, Dizziness, Headaches, Tinnitus, Joint pain, Unexplainable depression, anxiety attacks, slurred speech, blurred vision, or memory loss you probably have ASPARTAME poisoning!' People were jumping up during the lecture saying, 'I have some of these symptoms.. Is it reversible?' Yes! Yes!
Avatar f tn A native Badger, he graduated from the University of Wisconsin Medical School, and completed his Neurology training at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Stanek is interested in migraine and the history of neurology. He sees patients in the UW Headache Program two days per week. He evaluates and offers medical therapies for patients with headache disorders of various types.
Avatar f tn so that comes out to $62-83 a month. I don't know where you are but I saw Dr. Nick Askey in San Antonio, TX. They have locations in other cities and states. I hope things start looking up for you! Hopefully this helps!
163305 tn?1333672171 If it is OK I would much rather mention my Dermatologist, Dr. Jeffrey Meffert with the Dermatology Center at Texas MedClinic in San Antonio, Texas. Believe it or not, it is quite often the case that a Dermatologist is the first doctor to pick up on the possibility of HCV since often times the virus manifests itself in some type of skin condition at first (or eventually). Dr.
1259963 tn?1284488560 I have CVID that took eighteen years from just physical onset to get properly diagnosed. I'm thirty eight and just had my third round of IVIG. I HAVE...before my physical tearing I call it been a nearly professional athlete and I didn't see fit to mention the chronic infection life I can go back to recall about age ten. My dad said we had prefect noses cute and Basque therefore small nasal passages....Who knew..
Avatar n tn Syringiohydromyelia is often associated with Arnold Chiari (II, I belive). MDs in San Antonio (TExas) patch the dura and plug the obex for Chiari. MD in Austin doesn't plug obex, does patch dura. Bruce in Dallas amputates the protruding tonsils. There is a Syringiohydromyelia association in Texas. Found it on the web. ASAP, P. O. Box 1586, Longview, TX 75606-1586.
20845900 tn?1533227310 I realize that it's time to try again to find a good doctor but I dread trying to find one here in San Antonio who treats clinically on symptoms instead of basing treatment on TSH levels and who routinely orders comprehensive thyroid labs and understands their importance. (The place that diagnosed me with Hashimoto's back in 2009 was a Fibromyalgia clinic located 250 miles away.) Funds also currently are an issue, as I am out of work.
Avatar f tn I actually had my GP doc in San Antonio kick me out of her practice because I knew I had Lyme and Lyme doesn't exist in Tx. I feel for both of you.
1074733 tn?1256235219 I had our son in the middle of the night in front seat of our brand new pickup truck on a ferry in Galveston. The severe abdominal pain started again once my son was born. We moved several hours away, and I had to find a new OB/GYN. One year later I had a positive pap and ended up having a biopsy of my cervix and then cryosurgery. The doctor was very cold and didn't even give me anything for the pain. When I told him about the painful bm's he said I needed more fiber.
Avatar f tn In Dec 07 I was on a business trip in San Antonio, Tx when I began experiencing symptoms (all of a sudden like someone flipped a switch) that included the following. Chest Pains and Burning (felt hot to the touch) Back of the head numbing and what felt like an Ice Cream brain freeze. I also had this out of it feeling like a BRAIN FOG. Not wanting to have a problem in another town, I left and returned home 7 hours away.
529159 tn?1224994626 I have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia for 10 years now. I sometimes feel that it's only because the doctors can determine what is really going on. This past week I have been abruptly woken up with severe leg cramps in my thighs, calfs, and toes. My toes get all distorted and all I can do is scream in pain. The cramps last for what seems an eternity (an hour+). I usually take some heating creams and rub them all over and rub/stretch as much as I can.
Avatar m tn History I am 47 years of age 6 FT-190 pounds, weekend beer drinker and a reformed smoker (quit in Jan 07) Up to Dec 07 NO health problems, had probable been to a Doctors Office 10 times total in my life. In Dec 07 I was on a business trip in San Antonio, Tx when I began experiencing symptoms (all of a sudden like someone flipped a switch) that included the following.
Avatar f tn In Dec 07 I was on a business trip in San Antonio, Tx when I began experiencing symptoms (all of a sudden like someone flipped a switch) that included the following. Chest Pains and Burning (felt hot to the touch) Back of the head numbing and what felt like an Ice Cream brain freeze. I also had this out of it feeling like a BRAIN FOG. Not wanting to have a problem in another town, I left and returned home 7 hours away.
Avatar m tn History I am 47 years of age 6 FT-190 pounds, weekend beer drinker and a reformed smoker (quit in Jan 07) Up to Dec 07 NO health problems, had probable been to a Doctors Office 10 times total in my life. In Dec 07 I was on a business trip in San Antonio, Tx when I began experiencing symptoms (all of a sudden like someone flipped a switch) that included the following.
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1797925 tn?1341099804 1041 people have signed the petition. Check it out...San Antonio is getting the word out! Keep it up everyone...Rome wasn't built in a day! Warmest regards!
748543 tn?1463449675 One of the most difficult concepts to get across to my TMD patients and other doctors is the connectivity of the Jaw and the Neck. In fact, it is my strong belief that TMD/TMJ should really be classified as a Craniocervical Disease and hence fall under the umbrella of medical coverage rather than treated strictly as a dental problem. To the Neuromuscular-minded dentist, "Occlusion" is an extension of general Postural Consideration.
694979 tn?1232316978 test the 18 pressure points common in fibromyalgia? Just know that if a dr. wants to try prednisone, fibromyalgia does not respond to prednisone therapy, but autoimmune diseases do. www.myalgia.com/lupus.
Avatar f tn I thought my muscles were not recovering after these painful days. We recently vacationed in San Antonio, Texas and I felt really good. I live in Colorado. Anything else I should be looking into for low oxygen when sleeping. Starting three years ago I was having daily severe headaches a CT scan revealed a deviated septum. The headaches are better now with Armour thyroid medication. I also have allergies so I wake up with a stuffed nose.
Avatar n tn I do not have any implants and hope it never comes to that but since I live in San Antonio I'm gonna look into what's new in implants someone posted about. I just ordered the Melisa test so we'll see what happens. Going back to my allergist also but not Dermatology. What did you end up doing with your meds? I am not on very many but I need to check them all again. I'll try to wait till my test comes back even though the TD allergy is listed on my drug profile.
Avatar m tn Rico, my doctor in Texas actually kicked me out of her practice because whatever she did , I was still sick and since Lyme doesn't exist if you live in San Antonio, she had to get rid of me, saying I was a menace and she was going to call security. I never felt so angry and embarrassed in my life.
Avatar f tn I lived in San Antonio where nobody believed in Lyme and was misdiagnosed with MS and Lupus and much more. I joined a yahoo Texas Lyme support group. There was a doctor on there who has Lyme himself. He saved my life. There are LLMD's in some big cities in TX but in that yahoo group, they can recommend good ones. Not every LLMD is good. If you PM me, I can tell you in more detail. We never give out names on here, especially in Tx, the medical boards take the good docs licenses away.
26471 tn?1211940121 D., reported June 9 during the 68th Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association in San Francisco. Individuals randomized to take pioglitazone also recovered part of their insulin production and their bodies became more sensitive to insulin, therefore using it more efficiently to control plasma glucose or blood sugar, Dr. DeFronzo, professor and chief of diabetes at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, said.