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Reply: Does Tennis Elbow ever go away?
Hello Taitdog, I have had tennis elbow and golfers elbow (inside and outside of the elbow) for 9 years...More
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Reply: My dr, stated in 2010 that I am permanently disabl...
If you have worked and paid into social security long enough and you qualify for SSDI, your husbands...More
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Reply: need help ,too many headaches
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Chest pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, hands tingly
I have experienced chest pain on and off for the past 14 years. Nobody knows what it is. Just Monday I...More
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Reply: Cervical Nerve Ablation to hold off fusion/replace...
Hello again. I would contact your pain doctor and explain the situation. They may be able to get you in soon...More
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Reply: Breakthrough pain with Medtronic Intrathecal Pain ...
Hi cweinbl , Thanks for all the input you posted ! It helped to remind me that even though I don't always feel...More
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Reply: Having Partial Seizures after Stopping Flexeril (P...
The magnet to which you referred, regarding stopping a full seizure (the term Grand Mal is no longer used in...More
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Reply: long term narcotic dependence , how not to be trea...
Oh no, Annette! Haha, please don't refrain from posting your thoughts and opinions because of me. I feel bad...More
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Reply: Pain on Right side of my head, behind right eye
It is time to see your doctor. Diagnosis and treatment can not happen in any WebMD community.
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Reply: pain on left side
It is time to see your doctor. Start with your primary, then you may need to see a urologist.
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Reply: Looking for other ideas to be pain free,,,, what w...
Wow. What a story. I realize however my pain isnt an uncommon situation I have degenerative disc plus...More
Posted by notthesameshannon
Reply: Looking for other ideas to be pain free,,,, what w...
I agree. Just looking for ideas of what has worked best for others so I try all options
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Reply: Chronic Pain and Having Sex with your husband
Cycling is considered to be a risk factor for erectile dysfunction. The pressure caused by sitting on...More
Posted by Peter Abaci, MD
pain and more pain
been in and out of the hospital for a couple of months they say i have colitis and pancreas problems this...More
Posted by david06238
Reply: sever pain
You may need cardiac meds rather than pain meds for any chest pain you may have. Talk to your doctor, be...More
Posted by annette030
Reply: Oxycodone vs. Oxycodone HCL- same thing?
I have taken many different brands, and have never found any difference. Read the FDA guidelines for...More
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Reply: Does genetics play a role in having a very high to...
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Reply: Pain Relievers Lose Effectiveness Fast
Hello and welcome. I am sorry you are going through this with so much pain and fully understand. I'm sure...More
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Reply: Help,fibromyalgia and collegen disease?
Thank you so much for the response & empathy. I believe my fybromalgia started after a car accident as...More
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Reply: rsd/crps
My 17 year old daughter has CRPS/RSD and is currently getting Calmare treatments. Her pain is always reduced to...More
Posted by d_payne
Dystonia / Writers Cramp / Trigger point
Hi, i recentrly bought an TENS/MIC device for therapy, i have a "writers cramp" and i want to know if you...More
Posted by ramonalbertov
Reply: opiates aren't working why not detox?I am at a los...
Wow!reading ur post sounds similar to the position I'm in. Been on opiates for 15 yrs,for pudendal nerve...More
Posted by daisy2214
Reply: Legalize Medical Marijuana, Doctors Say in Survey
I got off my valium and Trazadone and I smoke in the late morning and at bedtime. Get this, my first joint was...More
Posted by mendy44
Reply: Kaiser Permanente will NOT use opiods for Chronic ...
Kaiser Permanente has their private insurance and they also have Medicaid Kaiser Permanente in several...More
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Reply: Sex
Talk to your PM doctor about not being able to feel your orgasms. You have never said whether or not you...More
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Reply: FG Xpress powerstips
If it sounds too good to be true, it is. Take care, AnnetteMore
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Reply: Burning the nerves
I had a nerve ablation- burning of nerves in my C5-6 area, I am trying to hold off disk replacement,...More
Posted by notthesameshannon
Reply: Nerve stimulator to stop back pain
I have an implanted spinal cord stimulator, but I don't have spinal stenosis. You can get more information,...More
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Reply: Acetamimophen (Tylenol) Toxicity
Christin, I wanted to let you know that this thread is 4 yrs old. The person that posted it may or may...More
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