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Avatar f tn Hey all, well i did it, little over 30 days clean and home from rehab. It feels great to be home and back in the swing of things. I am feeling and doing great and last night was the first night i actually slept, i am finally starting to feel good and its a great feeling. I have allot of work to do making amends with the hubby but over all its going great. I already visited my therapist at home and i will be seeing her 2 times a week.
299260 tn?1304219705 Maybe he just doesn't know how to deal with the stress of it all like we do, ya know? I looked at your chart, and your bd pattern looks great so I wouldn't worry to much about not being covered, b/c you are! :) Maybe just try not to think about it too much, and when you've calmed down you and dh can talk about it tonight. Just explain to him that you guys are a team, and it's not going to get anywhere if you both don't work together on this.
478429 tn?1265247987 -) By the end of the year, all of us who are on CD or DPO, we WILL be added to the BFP list... Have a good day at work, or just have a great day in general!! Much Hugs, Love, Luck !!!!
Avatar m tn Imiquimod (Aldara, R-837, S-26308) and resiquimod (R-848, S-28463) are members of a new group of low molecular weight compounds, the imidazoquinolinamines3 (Figure). These have been shown to have properties as immune response modifiers in vitro and in vivo, and demonstrate antiviral and anti-tumour activity via endogenous cytokine production.
1647691 tn?1363727302 I agree- that seems strange. Were they concerned w/ your hormone levels? I almost had to stop even though my follicles weren't ready b/c of my hormone level jumping so drastically between visits. Fortunately I didn't get sick so they let me continue. My Dr also wants mine to be between 15-20. But another Dr in the practice was OK w/ a 22...I guess it depends on teh Dr-a second opinion never hurts!!!
Avatar f tn I have IBS and endometriosis, so some people think that contributes. For the bowel problems I take amitriptyline and a great small bowel relaxer-hyoscycamine. It's sooo disturbing though and used to always keep me up at night. but the drugs help a lot! You should definitely make sure you're being followed by neurology though, have they done brain imaging to look for MS?
551343 tn?1506834118 What a great idea for a forum. Goodness knows there are enough of us limbo landers out there. I have always had strange, unexplainable things happen to my body but the last 5 years have been the worse for me. Regular docs and neuro say MS but MS neuros say no. I apparently don't fit their box. I have been told by all that there is something wrong and most likely in the central nervous system but as to what I still don't know.