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798555 tn?1292791151 I do not usually require sudden jumps in meds, as I've had Hashi for at least 20 years. Does not make sense. All variables remained consistent with dose timing but increased amount. Same Erfa T3/T4 from same supplier. Same blood draw 8 AM time, with no med before draw - the usual for me. This might just be proof that thyroid levels can around a lot, dont know. Anyway doc is OKing a little more increase. Levels should go up this time, one would think!
384896 tn?1335297931 i also walk regularly and use a workout video that i love!!--denise austin fit and firm pregnancy. she has workouts designed for specific trimesters. it's broken into breathing/meditation, strengthening/firming, and cardiovascular/aerobic. it gives me energy and has been great throughout my pregnancy! enjoy your final trimester! when are you due? i am due sept. 5.
Avatar n tn About six months ago an RF catheter ablation was performed to remove a pulmonary vein focus found responsible for the PAF. This appears to have been successful, as no repeat of the PAF has occurred even while pushing my endurance limits in training and competition. The EP left a few other PV foci responsible for PACs intact, as it was deemed an unecessary risk to proceed more aggressively than needed.
Avatar n tn If you get a negative on the running or high impact, the next best thing to reach that level of endurance would probably be a ski machine in the summer, like a Nordic track set-up, and cross country skiing in the winter if you live in the snow. Frankly, it's probably better for you than running anyway. But I'd check with the doc. I'm a long distance runner myself, and I know that being away from it would drive me crazy! Keep us posted on what you learn about this.
550943 tn?1330731180 They don't like you to do new or possibly dangerous activities while pregnant...snow skiing, water skiing, or jumping out of airplanes! Talk with your doctor. Walking is fantastic, and a normal workout routine doing what you are used to doing (machines or free light weights) shouldn't be out of the question, unless your doctor advises you otherwise.
Avatar n tn I asked about atrial fibrillation (which is certainly a possibility), but he seemed to think these episodes are so brief that no harm can occur. I asked about continuing my normal workouts, skiing, etc. and he said "no problem".
Avatar n tn - have had headache problems for the last 10 years. (Particularly related to soreness in right shoulder and neck. I often get headaches from carrying children for long times. Headaches also caused by hormones, stress and diet. - I have a one year old who I carry often. Also a 6 and 9 year old - I have always been a runner - don't stretch much.
Avatar n tn Adjust the resistance if needed. (don't worry about the incline for now). -If you are getting tired, slow down for the next 5 min and lower the resistance. If not, SPEED UP! -If you slow for 5 min. speed up after 5 min is up back to where you were. Repeat this for 45 min. 10 min moderate pace, 5 min slow, 10 min moderate pace etc.....DON'T slow down if you don't NEED to!!! I can't emphasize the word "NEED" enough. -If you dont slow after 10 min, speed up for the next 10 min.
700223 tn?1318169294 Helmets are essential for biking, skiing snowboarding, and rollerblading; as well as for team sports such as football, hockey, baseball, and lacrosse. Protective eyewear and mouth guards ale equally important to prevent injuries. In addition, make sure your equipment is correct for your sport. Running shoes are great for marathons, but don’t offer enough support for basketball, soccer or tennis. Needless to say, all equipment must be well fitting and in good condition.
Avatar m tn I can no longer ride bikes because of a surgery related to the car accident known as a urethroplasty (look it up not fun). Any way thanks for any advice given and I appreciate your time looking at my post. by for now.
Avatar f tn I fell on my coxxxy while learning to skate ski on hard ice surface approx 2 weeks ago. I am in good shape & exercise alot .I have the usual pain I have read about, ie:mostly when sitting & getting in/out of car. No longer hurts when I sleep on back side or sides. I saw a chiroprcator, got adjusted on my coxyx, had xays, & it's not fractured just swollen mostly. It is is still very painful at times but mostly with just sitting & getting up from chair, couch ect.
157966 tn?1218228940 there was one member that continued his skiing routine while on tx, another that continue her mailcarrier job while anemic ( I think that qualifies as a marathon) and others that kept some form of exercise. No marathons as far as I know, but if they keep you at a good hgb, I see no problem with running them. good luck! I only did two classes at the Y, weekly for the 72 wks of tx, nothing major, oh! and a full day at six flags, roller coasters and all. Nothing like your plans!
Avatar f tn I have been steadily working out for about 3+ years. I have been keeping track of my workouts, etc and have not changed them drastically, I do not like to 'over do it', I like to change it up, bike, run, cycle, eliptical, yoga...etc. I stick between running 1-3 miles a day at a fast pace, I used to do that 5 days a week, now maybe just 2-3 bc I have been doing cross training, sometimes I run slower on an off day.
Avatar n tn Activities such as aerobic workouts, cross country skiing, swimming should be OK. This however depends on the type of fusion planned and I recommend that you discuss this issue specifically with your surgeon. Good Luck!
Avatar n tn I wondered if "dh" was for skiing or riding. yeah, I'm a roadie most of the time. I ride off-road a little, but I mostly like to log the road miles. 30 weeks into tx, I now just ride the mtb around the block when I'm up to it, which is not everyday. I hope you fare better.
Avatar n tn I am 6 feet 1 inch, weigh 229 pounds am in good health and exercise high intensity daily for minimum 60 minutes. Would like to loose 15-20 pounds in 3 months.
Avatar f tn To minimize symptoms there are activities to avoid....I use to save up energy for special days....for example if I knew I had a big day coming I would rest up b4 so as to make sure I did not over do it so I felt ok for the bigger day....we all have to test out what issues affect us to know what to avoid .but the list is helpful in guiding us as to type of activities.
Avatar f tn peg 2 years ago, it didn't work so now I have added incivek to hopefully take care of it this time. I have a question for anyone, I took my peg injection friday night before I went to bed, felt ok when I got up saturday, enough to put in a workout (aerobics and weights), but after my shower, lunch , I would say beginning in the late afternoon I got the dreaded flu like symptoms, or the "bones on fire" feeling. It was horrible!!!
Avatar n tn So that 1% (or less) chance of an abnormality is enough for me to push for a definitive answer, even if I appear over-bearing or paranoid to my doctor. My health and my family's welfare is much more important that my doctor's personal opinion of me.
Avatar n tn 7 miles each way 5 days a week, been doing this for 7 monthes (I lost 15 lbs from that, was 275 in March). I have also started going to the gym 5 weeks ago 3 days a week. I even measure my stomach and its the same size so I dont think it is muscle gain (unless I am gaining muscle in other areas and not losing the belly) I was lifting a few weights as well as cardio, but this week I am going to try just cardio.
Avatar n tn I'm male, 24, college student, work out about twice a week (skiing, tennis), 6-4, and 200 lbs. I have had stress, anxiety for about three years now. When I feel stressed I get palpitations, I talked to the doctotr about it, and he reccomended we find what kind of palpitations these are. SO now I'm wearing an event monitor, I'm on day 20, anyways, this event monitor has helped me notice a patern. I get multiple palpitations after I eat. If I have a big meal, I get palpitations.
Avatar m tn and then while I'm in a flare up, it'll be like you, some days for a half day, etc...then it all goes away for a year and half...really strange...guess it's way better then having all those symptoms continually! Anyway, supplementation regimens are a bit tricky at this forum, could ruin some members day if I talk about them here... probably better not to talk about them much here cause people will take it wrong, that I am advocating something *instead* of treatment...etc etc...
Avatar n tn Anyway,I'm a geno1 and had my first bio 5 years ago and it came back 0.I had my last Bio last week and I'm waiting for results.I eat very healthy,no alchohol,don't smoke,and little red meat. Having said all this positive stuff my Viral load has gone from 1 million to 33 million in the past 18 months.My doc says there is not necesarily a relationship between my VL and degree of inflamation of the liver,hence my Bio last week.
Avatar m tn Stepping off a curb and landing flat-footed, or perhaps a jump on which you land hard will often initiate an SVT event. For me this became a more common trigger than hard workouts that raised the heart rate naturally. As a kid and young man, that would sometimes cause my heart to break into SVT. Rates of 200 to 240 and higher are common with SVT. Most times in normal sinus rhythm, and EKG will reveal nothing but a perfect waveform.
Avatar n tn I am on day 11 of the Savella titration pack. I took Lexapro for many years prior to this for anxiety. I was told to stop the Lex immediately upon beginning the Savella. Savella was prescribed because I was recently diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. I have a question about side effects I am experiencing. First let me say this. The Savella has helped the extreme fatigue & pain from Fibro tremendously, in only a short amount of time!
Avatar m tn I have started with about 4 days cardiovascular workouts (running and stepper) and 2-3 days weight training. I am running continously for about 50 minutes to an hour and doing moderate weight lifting. Since about a week I have been noticing a slight "pull" kind of tightness feeling on the left part of my chest and sometimes in the center and the right side too.
544292 tn?1268886268 Last night I was alone in the house and steadily starting to believe I had a cold in the nose starting. Got rapidly worse. Searched for the Z-Pac, found the Z-Pac. Took the first dose. Woke up this morning thinking OMG I am so tired. But I didn't feel the "I feel like crawling in a hole and dying" thing. Progress!! Got to work, assistant took one look at me and said, "You have to go home." LOL!! Yeah. Looking GOOD! I sound like a snuffle monster.