2nd line of treatment?
ucladany in Advanced Prostate Cancer8 months agoPOPULAR
If Zytiga stops working, what is the next treatment protocol? So many in this group seem to be doing well after the 1st line of defense stop...
SNAP SHOT of my DNA .... DID YOU KNOW YOUR DNA Weighs 7kg and mine is made up mostly of G's
Hidden in Lung Cancer Support2 years ago
Gee WIZ .. DNA is just amazing stuff and advent of data bases are ones creating cures .. DNA is like a coiled spring and when it gets diseas...
Took care of others, not myself.
patrickd72 in British Lung Foundation3 years agoPOPULAR
Cared for two people today with COPD. Both still smoke. One guy is 44, diagnosed 5 years ago. Bad back and he has given up. Smoking away and...
falconcottage1 in British Lung Foundation3 years agoPOPULAR
Hi there. I was diagnosed with bronchiectasis 4 years ago and was told it was mild. I am now beginig to cough every morning .have an awful t...
Pain from suffering grief maybe another cause???
nattynoo in Fibromyalgia Action UK6 years agoPOPULAR
Whilst I am very fortunate to have 3 healthy children now, I still yearn for those I lost.
After my 1st child, I soon fell pregnant again a...
Should I hide this post ?
Hidden in British Lung Foundation5 years agoPOPULAR
I have been a member of the BLF for light years, yet I have been struggling to work this one out.
Can anybody tell me why some posts are hid...
Do you have a \"rescue pack\" (steroids & antibiotics) at home ready to use when you feel the start of a flare up of your condition?
MarkPilling in British Lung Foundation3 years agoPOPULAR
Can someone please explain😲😲
lizard57 in Fibromyalgia Action UK2 years agoPOPULAR
I know you've all asked this a Dozon times - how come an illness experienced by thousands, drawing thousands of pounds in funding for...
Common Variable Immune Deficiency
lupus-support1 in LUpus Patients Understanding and Support3 years ago
Compared to other human immune defects, CVID is a relatively frequent form of primary immunodeficiency, found in about 1 in 25,000 persons; ...
“Ma… come on! Just get up!”
mamici1 in PMRGCAuk4 months agoPOPULAR
Those that can't do... RANT!
Warning; This post contains a few swear words... not too bad though.
When are they going to treat the disease and not just the symptoms ?????
jayspurs in British Lung Foundation4 years agoPOPULAR
In my spare time I study COPD on an academic level. I have read 100's of reaserch papers and reports regarding the disease and I...
Do You Live With Any Secondary Conditions Alongside Your Fibro?
TheAuthor in Fibromyalgia Action UK2 years agoPOPULAR
Has IT changed your spiritual or religious beliefs?
Stevewithpsp in PSP Association2 years agoPOPULAR
A difficult question to answer for me. My sense of loneliness and abandonment sometimes affects how I feel about God. Other life experience...
Pain management on NHS? Doctor said no!
Bumblebee90 in Fibromyalgia Action UK3 years agoPOPULAR
So last week I was finally diagnosed with fibromyalgia. I was expecting my doctor to refer me for physiotherapy or pain management o...
Could this be the end of gluten free on prescription?
philaustin in Gluten Free Guerrillas7 years agoPOPULAR
I read today that the health authority for Bucks and Oxford is seriously considering ending the supply of GF food on prescription. There was...
365 Errors With MY DNA
Hidden in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
Here is a run down on errors flagged with my DNA unforantly my cancer risk given MY gene coding is 46% also chronic inflation 50% and arthri...
Are there any people with Parkinson's who have been diagnosed as being celiac?
Norton1 in Parkinson's Movement6 years agoPOPULAR
I am looking into the possible role that gluten may have in the onset of Parkinson's. if you have been diagnosed with having celiac diseas...
Rex1000 in No Smoking Day5 years agoPOPULAR
While I was at the Hospital a few days ago I noticed a woman in a wheelchair outside the front door rolling a cigarette! Half her leg was mi...
How docs are missing the bigger picture
Chancery in Thyroid UK4 years agoPOPULAR
I just read a very interesting thread by Helvella (over on the pernicious anaemia forum) talking about the close relationship between thyroi...
Spatone Iron Sachets and Anemia
salmon_finland in NCT5 years agoPOPULAR
I wrote before my iron level is 10,8 at 28 week. My gynocologist in my home country told me it is low (it should be at least 11, normal is 1...
Curious. Who is taking NAC and mannitol? Anyone?
sunvox in Parkinson's Movementa year agoPOPULAR
Just curious. Is anyone in the PD group taking these two supplements? If so I'd love to hear your experience.
N-Acetyl Cysteine May Su...
Emily61 in British Lung Foundation7 days agoPOPULAR
Can I ask what disease come under this heading copd as now understand copd is umbrella term am I correct...or is it a condition on its own ....
joannebond360 in LUPUS UK5 years agoPOPULAR
Hey everyone. Just wondering if anyone suffers with inflammed blocked sinus's? Feels like an infection but constant. My nose is always dry a...
Did you have any of the following health problems when you were growing up ?
Mdaisy in Fibromyalgia Action UKa year agoPOPULAR
Antibiotics prescribed as a preventative...??
CandiR in British Lung Foundation4 months agoPOPULAR
Hi lovely lung people.....just wondered if any of you are familiar with being prescribed Doxycycline/Azithromycin BEFORE actually I'll ??? (...
How doctors are killing you
Chancery in Pernicious Anaemia Society4 years agoPOPULAR
Not intentionally, of course (we hope!). I just read the very interesting thread by Helvella talking about the close relationship between th...
Abdominal wall Endometriosis...anyone one else have this?
Flo100 in Endometriosis UK6 years agoPOPULAR
Hi well i had a scan a few weeks ago which revealed a second lump the size of a walnut on my c-section scar. I had the first lump the size o...
Sorry to say the NHS let me down once again
Quovadisuk in British Heart Foundationa month agoPOPULAR
I have been in and out of hospital at least 6 times last year with heart pain and heavy palpitations and had been told that all tests where ...
What’s your experience of pulmonary rehabilitation?
BethanyBateman in British Lung Foundation2 years agoPOPULAR
In the 5 years I’ve worked at the British Lung Foundation, I think only one person has told me that they didn’t like pulmonary rehab. But I ...
Continuous Miscarriage. Please Advice!!
Hannah009 in British Pregnancy Advisory Service2 years agoPOPULAR
I'm a 22 years old woman, who just got married to a guy of age 28. Unfortunately as the time passed by, we tried to conceive for about three...
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