Well i could go on and on and ive seen so many doctors.i have also lost 17 pounds in one mouth. In 63 and hx of colon and breast cancer. Pet scan shows enlarged lyphhs and nodes in my neck and i have had a bad sore throught om my right throat where nodes show up on xray. . Also had ct scan labs and stool spec. Nausea when ever i try to eat. Im lower income and have a hmo insurance and most drs will not treat me.. I ask them why the bloating hard gut. And the swollen lymph. It all started when a doctor put me on zyvox antibiotic i was so sick. I called but he said to keep taking it. Then he stopped me cold turkey from klonipin that i had been taking 15 years. I had fever diarreha, not able to eat and night sweats not able to do much sob with activity hypertention like 177/110. 100.6 temp. And dr just ignored my cry. I wish i could get better. I have missed out on so much.View Thread
What do the following Clinical findings mean ? Wife has stage 4 Lung Cancer in left lung with MASS pressing against major blood artery to heart.' KPS 40, PPS 40, NYHA Class IV. On hospice now, but haven't had real great explanation from docs.View Thread
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