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  • 5 days ago

    health record system

    hi there, I need ehr system for my hospital similar to this , kindly suggest me the any.
  • Neuropathy

    Hi This is Sharon, Naturopathy student I like to share with you guys some information on neuropathy, and the effect it has on the immune system. Neuropathy is considered an disorder that can affect the cranial, peripheral or the autonomic. Cranial nerves are attached to the back of the head, that can stem to the neck. - Symptoms headaches, light irritation, dizziness and other problems dealing with the brain. Peripheral nerves are attached to the brain and the spinal cord - Symptoms numbness, stiffness....
  • 15 days ago

    Help diagnose

    Hi there I have been having symptons for a couple of years now and the doctors can't seem to figure out exactly what I have. It first started in 2016 when I got a headache that felt like it was cracking my head open, just after the headache started I battled to look at any lights. This got increasingly worse and I started getting a fever. I was exhausted and could not stay awake. About 3 hours later I went to the doctor. They admitted me into hospital straight away suspecting meningitis. I was....
  • 18 days ago

    Spine injury

    I stepped in a hole and feel right on my face. I think I got what the NFL calls a Stinger. My forearms and fingers tingle and hurt in a weird way. It's been 48 hours and I'm moving and walking. I hate going to the hospital unnecessarily. What should I take or do in a practical way to make nerves calm down?
  • 26 days ago

    Essential Tremor

    My understanding of this disease it is inheirted. It was diagnosed as Essential Tremor. I first showed very minor symptons at age 12. It causes your hands to tremor in my case and got worse as I aged. It is worse some days than others. It does not hurt but is a big embarasment when you cannot hold a glass or eating utensils steady. I became a fighter pilot and flew for 20 years and was steady as a rock in a profession that requires precision. Now in my early 80's it has really gotten bad. Anyone....
  • 29 days ago

    Headaches that seem to stem from ear pressure/fullness, can it be something to do with the brain or nervous system?

    Extreme ear fullness/pressure all day every day, accompanied by pressure in the head and behind the nose, also headaches The symptoms have lasted for over a month now. I'd get up in the morning, will feel some fullness in the head. A couple of hours later (depends on the day really, not accurate) ear fullness will come on, when I yawn, the ears pop for like 3-4 seconds, then return to the fullness again. When I'm lying down on my back, I feel extreme pressure in the back of the head accompanied....
  • 1 month ago

    Forgets About Items in Left Hand

    My father is suddenly showing some signs that I would normally associate with dementia (forgetting to close a car door when going inside, or leaving items out that previously would have been put away, or getting easily confused when trying to send email, for example - all brand new behaviors in the last 2 months). However, one symptom in particular is very peculiar. He forgets that he has an object in his left hand. For example, he walked out of a restaurant with a food tray in his left hand after....
  • 1 month ago


    I have Parkinson's but a few months ago I started having partial seizures. I know seizures are not a motor movement, but I was wondering if there was any relation or if anyone else with Parkinson's has developed seizures.
  • 1 month ago

    Does permanent nerve damage get worse?

    I see a lot of websites talking about how treat nerve pain, but not how to prevent further nerve damage. If there's motor nerves that are still damaged from trauma months after the healing process, can a person do anything to prevent those nerves from becoming worse? How does nerve damage get worse and is there a time frame where the damaged nerve becomes more damaged or is it just random?
  • 2 months ago

    Is Parkinson's Inherited?

    The shakiness and constant movement I've experienced for years I thought was from the caffeine or my anxiety and nerves. I have been dx'd w/COPD recently and my balance isn't great because of O² data are low, or so I thought. None of my Drs have been able to explain my extremely painful contractors I experience in my feet and hands. After describing all of my symptoms, Parkinson's is the 1st diagnosis listed. Its description summary was 100% if my issues. My great grandmother at age....