emmsrawr in Endometriosis UK5 years ago
This is my first post on here.
Nearly 3 weeks ago I had a diagnostic laparoscopy and they found endo (booo!) they managed to get some ...
lupus-support1 in LUpus Patients Understanding and Support3 years ago
Homeopathy is a 'treatment' based on the use of highly diluted substances, which practitioners claim can cause the b...
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mole147 in NRAS3 years ago
I was diagnosed with Ra or Psa last September after swollen painful hands wrists and ankles and put on Mtx 15mg and Folic acid. I seemed to...
nsd_user663_40205 in No Smoking Day7 years ago
I have been lurking for a few days and decided to make a thread. I am currently on day 4 and using one of those plastic nicotine sticks. ...
Health Check: what bugs can you catch from your pets?
AussieNeil in CLL Support Association4 years ago
Our risk of zoonoses - animal-to-human diseases, is something that has had little discussion considering many of us live closely with our mu...
Ok, I completely understand that this is a stupid idea but has anyone hear of tooth problems related to endo?
lemmi in Endometriosis UK6 years agoPOPULAR
I log my symptoms and problems down so that any time I have a doctor or hospital appointment I'm not racking my brain trying to remember, an...
'High' Serum B12, 'Above high' Folate, Low Ferritin 51ug/L (11.0 - 307)
Bluecat4 in Thyroid UK2 years ago
Having been ill for a long time and still searching for answers like so many people, I am wondering what the above may mean. Is it possible...
So many nagging symtoms and so much lonliness, but thanks to this site some help with all your support and blogs
Lisacj in PBC Foundation6 years ago
Knowing these feelings I am having are the same as so many other people does help. I was told 2 months ago still feel shocked. I have spent ...
LOW blood pressure
Hindags in PMRGCAuk2 years ago
I've written before about my afternoon lows with the wobbliness and weakness and occasionally on really bad day, some faint nausea. I usuall...
What are your experiences with allergies??
Diane17884 in Thyroid UKa year ago
Just wondered what your experiences are with allergies/intolerances. I've always been egg intolerant since I was little but ove...
nigelrichards in Fungal Infection Trust4 years ago
My wife has just been diagnosed with aspergilus. Shes 48 and an astma sufferer but otherwise healthy. She started coughing about a year ago ...
Bronchiectasis and ill health retirement
dawn3y in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
9 months ago I posted about my 28 year old daughter who had been struggling to stay in work for several years because of bronchiectasis, sev...
Huge weight gain with Gabapentin
rosie1111111 in Pain Concern2 years ago
Hi, I've been taking Gabapentin which does help to control the pain I suffer as I have Fibromyalgia. Unfortunately I am struggling to manage...
Praying to die
Bobby1124 in Ataxia UK4 months ago
I am dizzy all the time, I cannot live my life, waiting to die on my bed. Hoping a sponsor for stem cell treatments.
I.P.F check up.
Aingeful in British Lung Foundation9 days ago
I had my six monthly check up this morning and was once again pronounced \"stable\". It is two years since diagnosis and according to my con...
Awaiting medichecks results but worried about my GP's reaction about a private test...
tonyturnip01 in Thyroid UKa year ago
Thank you everyone for the advice you gave me...........I ordered a test for a full thyroid screen from Medichecks.com, it arrived last Satu...
Kaylife, have lived with broncihectisis since childhood, 66 now and still fighting, like gym, swimming, films, anything that makes me laugh.
Kaylife in British Lung Foundationa year agoPOPULAR
Would love to chat, to understand how anyone else deals with similar problems. I have one son and two grandchildren, like positive people.
Risk from shingles ??
weathervane in LUPUS UK2 years ago
Hi there , im probably being silly -- i was chatting to lady on the till in the shop and she told me she had been off work with shingles . S...
TheInjuredBiker in Anxiety Support2 years ago
Hi all, brand new user here.. exactly a minute after signing up I am posting... wheres my medal, I joke! Anywho enough with my bad jokes and...
Kimbobaggins81 in LUPUS UK3 years ago
Hi all, I've been receiving positive and negative results for Lupus but from my symptoms and flares I'm fairly convinced it is.
Anyway, my qu...
Starting Rituximab infusions for EGPA/Churg-Strauss
grindhaus in Vasculitis UKa year ago
Help! I'm starting Rituxan infusions next Monday and I'm apprehensive.
My EGPA-ChurgStrauss was being controlled (sorta) by prednisone (up an...
Struggle in group situation
JenOsul in Meningitis Now7 months ago
Does anyone else struggle in large group situation?
My husbands family have young children and when we are together there are 10 of us. Gath...
Still recovering from my 2nd bout of Meningitis
lyn17p in Meningitis Now2 years ago
I was rushed into hospital at the end of November 2016 with my 2nd bout of meningitis in 2 years.
After the first bout I was left...
My pain away Fibromyalgia cream made by Topricin
Sabberz_Yaqqerz in Fibromyalgia Action UK2 years ago
Gentle hugs to you all
I have come across this homeopathic cream Topricin which claims to help relieve pain associated with Fibrom...
vik3642 in Anxiety Support3 years ago
Well had emergency ct scan from 7 weeks blurred vision head aches they thought i had something on brain so had ct scan with dye all looks fi...
not sure on advice
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum6 years ago
I went to my GP today as my 5 year old daughter has been coughing for the last 6 weeks and I have been using brown inhaler 3 times a day a...
Are any tips available for dealing with \"palpitations\" when they occur?
hobbledehoye in AF Association5 years ago
Have had \"palpitations\" all my life. Only troublesome now in my late sixties. Dr. is monitoring, but we have agreed to defer medication ...
bailey23 in Behçet's UK6 years ago
Hi just a quick question. Does anyone suffer from Nosebleeds. I have had a few spontaneuos ones over the last couple of years. But quite ...
Great Things come in Small Packages....
Chelle_ in British Liver Trust2 years ago
Now is this really true? My liver is shrinking....this is clearly not a good thing as Hep has said my liver has less cells to do the job it ...
Gaza123 in NRAS3 years agoPOPULAR
Just been reading an article in one of the supplements in the sunday mirror about insoles called copper heelers theres a few claims off ppl ...
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