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209591 tn?1267418314 Kyphosis, B-12 Deficiency, Mild Early Disc Degenerative Disc Disease, Mild Spinal Stenosis, Scoliosis, Osteopenia, Fibromyalgia, Iron Deficiency, Myoclonus, Neuropathy, Mild Disc Desiccation. I am now questioning if I have all of these, some I know for a fact, others can be simply misdiagnosed.
291885 tn?1404896807 I had Co poisoning over a 2 year period, so did my 2 Stepdaughters &. Husband. It killed my dog. I've had all sorts of health issues since, so have the 2 girls. I have Fibromyalgia, Underactive Thyroid & poor immune system. The oldest girl has MS, the youngest has Erythema Nodosum-both have borderline U/A Thyroid too. Thanks for the info on the damage Red Star. I'm taking part in a study at Manchester University, but it will be years before I know any outcome.
Avatar f tn Also, regarding the cortisone injections, I wanted to mention that it's extremely important that people consult the latest research regarding Dercum's Disease before they inject cortisone or use any other steroid hormones!
Avatar n tn You can check out this link: If the link doesn't work, its called, "What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibromyalgia: The Revolutionary Treatment That Can Reverse the Disease" by Amand & Marek I read this book. There is a chapter on children. Very helpful.
Avatar f tn Some of the things you talked about, I'm unaware of, such as nerve impingement. I will have to do some research on it. Thank you for all your advice and taking the time to explain these things in detail for me! I truly hope I get to the root cause of this. Although it's possible that I have tendonitis, I still wonder where the little twinges and itching comes from at times. I was told it cannot be rotator cuff disease since one usually cannot move their arm without extreme pain.
Avatar n tn I keep mine in my left pocket so it could be related to posture or pressure on your sciatic nerve expecially if you have a large wallet and it makes you sit in an odd manner. Do some research on Sciatica. Oh yeah, I'm not a physician.
Avatar n tn I'm 28, been driving for 6 yrs, and never had any problems with it, i even drove to manchester from hull a few weeks after passing my test, but now i would not dare. Ive decided to avoid motorways, A roads, etc at all costs. A few weeks ago, i was driving to the seaside ( about 30 miles away, no motorways, just A roads and long country roads. Was fine for the first 20 mins, then had to pull over. It felt like i was looking at the road but not actually 'seeing' it properly.
Avatar n tn I will be going to a cardiologist next week to check that out. I've done a little research of my own and thinking of my symptoms, I believe that I may have anemia (of iron and B-12). I don't really have the best eating habits, and sometimes I skip meals. Anemia is something that takes a long time for its symptoms to show, and I believe mine started 5 years ago when I started experiencing shortness of breath all the sudden.
Avatar m tn But like I said, the retinologist couldn't see anything, telling me the retina was perfectly smooth with no problems, so unless he missed something (and he was the head consultant at my hospital), or there's something subtle under the surface, I'll just have to wait and see. (should have mentioned, I'm getting a second opinion at the Royal Manchester eye hospital, which is the place to go for eyes in my neck of the woods.
Avatar n tn I hope this might help someone. I have been suffering from similar symptoms for about 10 months. I always felt like I had to yawn and couldn't get a satisfying breath. My neck, back, & chest were always sore. After tons of research and trying different things, I found something called "Chronic Hyperventilation Syndrome". I didn't feel like I was hyperventilating, but when I looked up the symptoms, it was like a check list of everything I had been feeling.
Avatar n tn 00 so tonight Ill sleep with my teeth whitening plastic guard ( 5 bucks!) that is similar and see if it prevents the grinding. Research TMJ or nightly jaw clinching associated with back spasms. Since no doctors are associating this with back spasms it just may be whats causing them. Hey, its worth looking into, I cant find a solution. I just spend $1500.00 on a Tempurpedic mattress, slept on it last night and woke again paralysed in back spasms yet again, its every night for me.