Treating the root cause of reflux
Mauser1905 in Oesophageal Patients Association8 months ago
BMJ has below research posted which claims long term use of acid inhibitors/blockers doubling stomach cancer risk.
MRI this week -- AS protocol
Hope4Happiness in Active Surveillance - Prostate Cancer3 months ago
Well, it's that time. I'm off to MSKCC in NYC this week for my scheduled MRI as part of my AS protocol. My previous MRI was June 2017 and la...
No feeling after being circumcised
Jdouk6907 in Men's Health Foruma year ago
During sex I feel nothing and penis will go soft. This has only started happening after being circumcised. Driving me crazy don’t know what ...
Problem maintaining erection
rizla72 in Men's Health Forum3 years ago
I am a 51 year old non smoking, quit 4 years ago, male. I have no underlying medical conditions, hardly drink alcohol and consider myself re...
Possible botched circumcision
At1012 in Men's Health Forum (Penis Chat)6 months ago
I was circumcised as an infant. I am concerned at this strange looking seam on the base of my glans. You can see this thin line....
Pilot108 in Parkinson's Movement9 months agoPOPULAR
I was curious if I am the only one that is having performance issues as a PD symptom. I am sure it might be a subject that some don't really...
Gout and prostate ca
Cancersucks in Advanced Prostate Cancer4 years ago
Any other members with prostate cancer also suffer from gout? Had first flare of gout at age 39 and diagnosed...
Prostate Cancer just about
Vitruviusman in Prostate Cancer Network4 years ago
I am 59 years old, prostate cancer , years ago, age 54. Gleason Score 4-5, PSA, 4. Had a robotic prostectomy. NO side effects or conditions...
Why does RLS disappear upon standing.? I don't have clue. Believe it or not
Hidden in Restless Legs Syndrome6 years ago
I read some older articles about how epinephrine and norepinephrine levels rise (somewhat dramatically) but NOT dopamine when we go from a s...
Do I have PD?
gmunsot in Parkinson's Movement5 years ago
My diagnoses was one year and a half ago because 6 years before my left hand started shaking, after the right. Two years ago I felt unbala...
Warfarin and dementia
netpi in AF Association4 years ago
Time for radiotherapy
easeytiger in Advanced Prostate Cancera year ago
Diagnosed 9 months ago, age 43, stg 4 gleeson 9, taking Zytiga, pred and firmagon. PSA from 68 now 27. I've been doing ok, bearable side eff...
Chronic prostatitis cure testimonials
Olinda01 in Men's Health Forum2 years ago
Prostate infection is no longer a difficult-to-treat disease, its cure rate by utilizing herbal therapy called Diuretic and Anti-inflammator...
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charlesroig in Erectile Dysfunction Support3 years ago
My friend Randy told me about this site. I had a penile implant put in last year: Titan Touch with Bioflex 18cm w/ 1 rte. I am extremely hap...
Elevated cholesterol but no signs of inflammation?
westbury18 in Cholesterol Support6 years agoPOPULAR
I have closely followed all the debates about statins, and sugar vs. saturated fat, and am a believer that the pharmaceutical industry has v...
It's in your brain!
Hidden in Cholesterol Support7 years ago
I stopped Pravistatin fourteen (14) months ago and although almost all the very severe pain has left me, I know that it is still in my body...
diabetes and hypertension are no longer diseases except if you are not serious to get healed. just use pineapple vinegar please.!!
sabimana in Diabetes & Hypertension Help Society7 years agoPOPULAR
25mls at all meal times,ie breakfast,lunch and supper for 2weeks are enough to correct your conditions
Loss of Libido! Is it old age or is it Parkinson's?
JohnPepper in Parkinson's Movement7 years ago
I am 78 and for several years I have lost all interest in sex. I miss this part of my life! Should I do something about it, or should I leaa...
Chlamydia Soars in Over 45's
Shrav5 in BASHH7 years ago
Cases of chlamydia among the over-45s has more than doubled in ten years alongside other sexually transmitted infections as a result of risi...
L-arginine may be taken in Diabetes
clv1950 in Diabetes India2 years ago
I am diabetic since 1998. My age is 68 years. Height 5 f, 10 inches. At present I take Glypride 2 mg BD. Galvus Met (50+850) before break fa...
RP vs RT - another piece
snoraste in Advanced Prostate Cancera year ago
Using SEER–Medicare data, this study compared survival outcomes and adverse effects associated with radical prostatectomy...
Joseph6 in Fight Prostate Cancer3 years agoPOPULAR
Hi All I have just been diagnosed with T2 3.4 prostate cancer at 62 and am shxting myself, I have not yet been offered treatme...
PCOS trying to conceive/ advice please.
Trixie6 in PCOS UK (Verity)9 months ago
Hi everyone! I am glad I found this forum and hoping to learn a little more about PCOS and other's experiences.
I have was diagnosed when I w...
NO Title just an intro.
Xfire in Fight Prostate Cancer2 years agoPOPULAR
Hi, I am new here, from Southeastern Massachusetts. 58 yo. OpenRP October 2017.
Another BS Study From The UK
gusgold in Advanced Prostate Cancer2 years ago
Like the the study posted here about a week ago that Lupron prevents castrate resistance
Refusal of Treatment
MJCA in Prostate Cancer And Gay Mena year agoPOPULAR
Has anyone refused treatment and is allowing this disease to run its course? I have been fighting this POS disease for 13 years. I am NOT im...
Insulin & Weightloss
Gooday in Diabetes India6 years ago
Insulin & Weightloss – the pivotal factor
Insulin is one of several hormones that are produced by the pancreas. Although insulin is often ...
Can anyone stop the illegal sale of medicines online? (BMJ)
helvella in Thyroid UK4 years agoPOPULAR
Just happened across this new article in the BMJ. Sadly, and as so often, we cannot see all of it, but what is accessible without payment/re...
juiceter7 in Parkinson's Movement2 years ago
This is my first post and I am looking for help re Atypical Parkinsons.
I have suffered over the last 20 years with Dystonia and ...
Don't Give Up
Nickr282 in AF Association3 years ago
It's a tough condition to live with. The day to day uncertainty is hard and results can be very disheartening.
I was diagnosed by accident a...
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