14 hours ago

Hello New Tumor


Steven

A new tumor grew by my right collarbone in the area where the nodes were removed. It’s an ugly thing that grew from nothing to about 3 inches long and 1.5 inches wide in less than 2 months–very aggressive. My pulmonologist and oncologist say they’ve never seen anything grow so fast. THIS SUCKS...

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1 hours ago

1.2 level of potassium.


Caroline

The most tragic experienced in my life when my Potassium level is 1.2. All i can say that i was just like a crypt. All i can move is my head from neck to down are totally dead. I can feel but i cant even move or control my body, arms and legs, very difficult to urinate because my stomach doesnt have any force for me to urinate. Then i was confined and diagnosed HYPOKELMA. After for recovery weeks later it happened again till such time that my diagnosed is frequent. Every month i experienced it but not really serious but still i cant walk, eat properly, change clothes and etc., until now it happens to me.

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4 hours ago

Aniexty or peri menopausal


Will

Hi. I'm new to this and really need some advice and support. Out of the blue this year I became very anxious and like I was withdrawing from my love ones. I think it felt like depersonalisation. I went to the doctors and they put me on medication and I got better so I thought. It comes and goes in waves sometimes i feel that I'm living on my nerves it's so hard especially when I'm a mother and a wife and juggling everything. We sometimes have to be super women. It is so nice when i don't have it as there are times when I'm ok. At the age of 39 the doctor told me that I wasn't on the the change but after 5 months of being fine then not I was so fed up the doctors (I saw 5 different ones and each time up my medication) finally listened and put me on hrt after doing a examination the doctor finally agreed there might be a chance I was in the early change I Thought it was working until last week when I have had another spell of it! I have had 5 since March this year.

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7 hours ago

How long will I be fertile for?


Leyle

The time of menopause varies tremendously between women. Before your periods stop altogether, it is likely that your periods will become irregular and unpredictable. Although you are less likely to produce an egg (ovulate) every month, your ovaries will still be producing some eggs and, for this reason, it is important that you consider using

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19 hours ago

Junsespoon


Caraline

I haven't been on here much , for quite a few months illness . Not seen Tony on here he was always so jolly and persevered set tunes to his excercise , is he ok. Junespoon

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14 hours ago

Tony


John

I haven't been on here much , for quite a few months illness . Not seen Tony on here he was always so jolly and persevered set tunes to his excercise , is he ok. Junespoon

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14 hours ago

Health


John

I haven't been on here much , for quite a few months illness . Not seen Tony on here he was always so jolly and persevered set tunes to his excercise , is he ok. Junespoon

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