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  • 6 months ago

    Involuntary movements

    Here it goes: I'm a 24 female with historic of chorionic tonsillitis but had my tonsils removed at age 17. On April I started having heart palpitations randomly so I went to the ER, general doctor there asked for an ECG which come back normal so he prescribed me Xanax 0,5mg/ once a day for 5 days, after 10 days the palpitations stoped. Couple of weeks later they come back this time I also got Ill with zebra I think was a bad cold, I had fever of 38, headaches and mucus. I noticed it took me a....
  • 7 months ago

    Discovered in rehab facility while being treated for copd and balance issues.

    I am an 82year old male with several minor and some major heath issues, none threatening at this time. Currently living at Sunset Health facility in Raleigh NC undergoing treatment for copd, Parkinson’s and depression. Parkinson’s isonly being treated for balance and mild memory/mental issues. About 1year ago I began to experience panic attacks which are increasing in frequency.While undergoing PR and OT I cannot walk with a walker and mobility issues cause me to rely on wheelchair/powerchairs. Experiencing....
  • 9 months ago

    Side effects?

    Hi I'm 13 and I get headaches a lot and my pediatrician is trying to get me to see a neurologist. And she ordered a mri so the don't have to do one when I go there. She ordered one with contrast and without. What I'm wondering is what is the fluid they put in the IV?! Can it have side effects or what? I'm just really confused about what the fluid is for a mri with contrast???
  • 10 months ago

    Making Life With Dementia More Bearable

    Factors associated with better quality of life included good relationships, social engagement, better daily functioning, good physical and mental health, and high-quality care. Click here to read more: Share your thoughts: How do you make your loved one's life with dementia more bearable? How do you take care of yourself in the process?
  • 11 months ago

    Our 14 yr Journey

    My husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2004. He has been under the care of our local V.A. Geriatric outpatient clinic until two weeks ago when we placed him a V.A. nursing home memory clinic as he is now well into stage 6. Until then he lived at home with me as his primary care giver (with support from our 4 children) as well as for the past nine years he attended an "Alzheimer's Day Care Center" 3 days a week. He does come from a family with a history of longevity, but also....
  • over 1 year ago

    PLEASE HELP( Neurological/ cardio problems)

    Hi , im on this forum at the moment seeking help or maybe people w some of the same things ive been feeling for the past 6 months that can maybe help me better understand what i might have as a condition or how to stay in tact with myself. So let me start by saying im 19and have beem healthy all my life i used to get dizzy spells sometimes at a young age but nothing like how ive been feeling for a while now. About 6 months ago i began have bad heart palpitations and dizzy spells and not being able....
  • over 1 year ago

    There are new things that are working for Alzheimers...including melatonin and coconut oil

    There are new things that are working for Alzheimers...including melatonin and coconut oil..I know it sounds crazy but check out this website with the title Alzheimer's Treatments That Actually Worked In Small Studies! (Based On New, Cutting-Edge, Correct Theory!) That Will Never Be Tested & You Will Never Hear About From Your MD Or Big Pharma ! I think you can find it at the link They discuss the case of the Brazilian twins with Alzheimers, and how eating coconut oil actually....
  • over 1 year ago

    Niece with batten ncl11 Disease

    Will loud noises cause her to be irrated and shake real bad ?
  • over 1 year ago


    I was diagnosed with Neurofibromatosis when I was 13 and I am now 22. My neurologist said there is nothing he can do as he finds it too risky. Recently I have been getting tingly on my whole left side of my body and I am guessing it's cause of the tumor on the spinal cord. Not sure if I should even see him if there is nothing they can do.
  • over 1 year ago

    Autoimmune encephalomyelitis?

    I am looking for information on autoimmune encephalomyelitis. I can not find anything on the internet about it in humans just EAE in rats and primates.