I am glad to here that you are doing so well and have kept such a positive attitude. Thank you so much for sharing your story, I know that it will help those who are going through something similar or who have a loved one that is.View Thread
Just wanted to check in and see how your mom is doing. I think that this is something that you should be working closely with her doctors on. This FAQ may help you understand the types of meningitis and what they mean, but I think that asking the doctors specific questions about your mom's condition is best. Please let us know how you are!View Thread
Insomnia can begin after a stroke. This information from the National Stroke Association has some good tips on treatments and management that you might try to implement in your mom's routine. Have you spoken with her doctor about her trouble sleeping?
How is your dad doing now? I think that it is important that he continues to consult with his doctors while he is in Pakistan to make sure that he is not harming his health further in any way.View Thread
I don't know about how garninia cambogia may affect blood pressure, but it would be a good idea to speak with your doctor about possible side effects and whether it is your best option for weight loss. Here is some information on supplements and herbs for weight loss that you may be interested in. Also, our Weight Loss & Diet Plans Center is filled with information on how to safely lose weight, including diet plans you may want to try, a food and fitness planner where you can track food and exercise, good snack and recipes for weight loss, and more. Please let us know how you are doing!
As alberta24 said, migraines can sometimes be indicative of another medical condition. Here is some information you may be interested in. It may be a good idea to make an appointment with your doctor (if you haven't already) to try and get to the bottom of what is causing your migraines, and if an underlying medical condition is the cause, your doctor will be able to provide a treatment plan that is right for you. Please let us know how you are doing!
I am unsure if any kind of tests your doctor could do would determine whether or not what you experienced a year ago was a mini-stroke. However, mini-strokes, or transient ischemic attacks, are often a warning that a stroke may happen soon -- getting treatment can help prevent a full stroke. It may be a good idea to at least speak with your doctor about what you experienced and have a physical to make sure that you are in good health. Your doctor may be able to at least give some insight on what he/she believes your symptoms described above could be attributed to.
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