An important message from former forum member "easilly"/Art to the forum members, SAFETY FIRST!!!
A person with PD already knows it is a difficult disease with many symptoms and complications. This is the last time I will speak of thiamine...
Checking your own medications - lesson reinforcement!
I have written about our wonderful xmas with OH in hospital before. Today we have a new instalment to add: Another detail to add to David's "...
GCA sight loss experiences?
I haven't met or come across others ( apart from DorsetLady ) who've lost sight through GCA, and would be interested to know of different exp...
Higher Incidence of Ischemic Stroke in Patients Taking NOACs
With good INR control, the number of haemorrhages on warfarin is considerably reduced....
I can't believe it, or maybe I can now start to believe it. We are at 24 weeks!...
GP with a difference
She listened intently and offered such useful insight into the effect of stress and grief on AFib and on our lives....
Is Thiamine really stoping the progression of PD!?
So my impression is Thiamine may slow the PD and helps symptoms but it seems it does not stop it....
My beautiful husband has become another star in the sky
My darling husband of only 2 months lost his battle with PSP this evening....
Moving on with hospice care.
I had a MRI last Thursday, we found two tumors in my brain. I am now on hospice care, I am hoping for a peaceful death....
What's my next plan of attack?
Need help from the smart ones. Stage 4 Gleason 9, multiple bone mets....
Stopping high dose thiamine therapy after just a month
I would appreciate some advice on stopping thiamine after just a month. I have a feeling that I might have been taking too much thiamine as a...
Consultant versus GP
As I mentioned a while ago when I was first diagnosed with PAF, I was given dabigatran which caused a subconjinctival haemorrhage ( the white...
Seeking help in continuing B1 process
I'm about ready to give up on this protocol. I would appreciate suggestions from those of you who have had success....
Family history of stroke
I have a Chade score of 1, no other health problems. My older sister had a TIA Attack last night and I have another sister who had a massive ...
Why am I posting this?
Why am I posting a photo of a new hosepipe head? Well after 3 attempts to water the garden in the hot weather over Easter I flung the hose pi...
Low cholesterol DOUBLES the risk of hemorrhagic strokes in women
Very interesting reading!! Having very low cholesterol DOUBLES the risk of hemorrhagic strokes in women, study finds Researchers measured le...
Can anybody relate - could this be an Aps funny turn.
I am Aps positive and prescribed clopidogrel for the condition. I was sat in my kitchen on a stool when quite suddenly the room started spinn...
Dad's final good deed
Dad had purchased a tilt back wheelchair in May ' 18. After he passed I put it in the basement where it sat for a few months....
Idiopathic erythrocytosis confirmed
Hi Guys, just been at haem. My jak Xeon test was also negative so my haem thinks I have idiopathic erythrocytosis which means I'm still produ...
Hi. Just wanted a bit of advice please....
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