Starting at 15 I was diagnosed with endometriosis. After even mayo clinic shrugged me off and said it was in...
Posted by An_261422
Starting at 15 I was diagnosed with endometriosis. After even mayo clinic shrugged me off and said it was in my head. Forward for 5 years, kidney stones + still the end. 21st birthday was my present. A hysterectomy. I have intersticial cyctitus. Forward to 2013... I got diagnosed with celiac disease. I have acid refluxed, ulcers and at one point a prolactinoma. I hurt so bad in the day, I don't wanna move. My kidney doctor called my pain clinic and primary and said at my age and my problems. I don't need pain mess. The Er's have black balled me cause my condition's are chronic and not acute. Even with a flair up. I don't know where to turn anymore and don't have money to travel. Im married 10 + years now and my husband is running outta patience with me and vise Versace. Fight are bad. No children. Please help.View Thread
Before I even get into my problem I'm in a bit of a predicament. At 43 I'm beginning to settle into the joys...
Posted by An_261410
Before I even get into my problem I'm in a bit of a predicament. At 43 I'm beginning to settle into the joys of menopause. I've never been to an ob/gyn and am a little (a lot) phobic on the matter. I have never had any children and have had a regular menstrual flow since about age 10. I also do not nor have ever engaged in any genital-to-genital sexual activity. Just the facts.
This past fall I began experiencing some unusual sensations in my genital area--not pain, but something really more like a pulled muscle. I contended with this throughout the holidays, and then the situation seemed to resolve itself.
Recently the experience has returned, and stronger than before. As a precaution against UTI my doctor put me on antibiotics, which seemed to have been helping until I physically exacerbated the situation tonight.
I don't even have the vocabulary to really explain this feeling other than tense--and again, decidedly not pain. Strangely enough, the whole thing feels more natural than illness, but it's still getting in my way and pretty much scaring me almost witless.
If anyone can, please guide me. I'm otherwise an active woman in good health with no long running health issues!View Thread
Hello Im Angie.. My doctor has been prescribing me amoxicillin for days now to cure an infection. Im just curious about how amoxicillin works coz I've read articles online about the side effects of antibiotics and Im afraid to become dependent on antibiotic drugs. Thanks.View Thread
So i have this recurrent symptoms that has been bothering me for months now. My doctor recommended me antibiotics but it only gives me relief, and later the infection comes back. He also suspected that I have Gardia. Im not sure what exactly it is and how I got it. Is anyone out there having the same problem? And is it a good idea to go to another doctor? Thanks for your response.View Thread
My skin is releasing blue pigment that has turned my toilet seat, sheets, underwear blue. A cotton ball with...
Posted by An_261406
My skin is releasing blue pigment that has turned my toilet seat, sheets, underwear blue. A cotton ball with alcohol wiped on my thigh turns blue. I am 64 year old woman, not pregnant, not on hormones, and have tried eliminating and reintroducing meds, supplements, soap, everything. Can't figure out what triggers it. Dr. did blood work, everything was normal. An internet search only turns up lots of pregnant women with this problem, - and no answers or input from anybody who really knows. Is there a doctor out there who can explain this?View Thread
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