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Rough Week

Posted 08-27-2014 11:56 PM by AnxietyGirl74
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I've been fighting a sinus infection and asthma for about 3 weeks now. This is my second round of steroids and my second antibiotic. I woke up with an acute sinus infection on Monday and was throwing up everywhere. I went to Urgent Care because there was no way I was making it to my doctor's office in Wilmington and they put me in front of two people because I had to go immediately to the bathroom and throw up. I got a really strong antibiotic shot, a steroid shot, and a nausea shot, and they sent...
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10 Ways to Reduce Your Allergies

Posted 04-21-2014 04:46 PM by ChristaIB
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Seasonal allergies can be a miserable experience. Itchy eyes, a runny nose, asthma attacks, that wheezing feeling when you breathe and a sore throat are a few of the miseries. Living life in an ongoing fog of allergy is a nightmare. Between the pollen from grass, trees and other culprits, spring and fall are dreaded by people who know what's coming. You can take over-the-counter or prescription medications that will provide some allergy relief, but there are also other measures...
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6 Ways to Cope with Your Asthma

Posted 02-24-2014 04:28 PM by ChristaIB
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Asthma is a respiratory condition caused by inflammation, or swelling, and spasms in the bronchial tubes. When the bronchial tubes swell and spasm it causes wheezing, coughing and difficulty breathing.

The cause of the inflammation depends on the type of asthma:
  • Allergic asthma is caused by a reaction to common allergens like cigarette smoke, animal dander and pollen. Variants of allergic asthma include occupational
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Hashimoto's & AutoImmune Disorder

Posted 06-27-2012 07:28 AM by Apache Kristy

I'm 20 and I have had a 'bad' thyroid since I was about 13. We figured that I would end up with Hypothyroid because my mother has it, as did her mother and her grandmother. Out of five children, I was the one that got it. And unfortunatly, I think my Little sister will too. But a few months ago, after YEARS of bouncing between dosage on thyroid medication, I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's Disease and AutoImmune Disorder. I'm still not 100% sure on what that means. My doctor (whom I actually liked...
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My journey to diagnosis: LPR and hypoglycemia.

Posted 06-24-2012 01:42 AM by Pastafarian
Updated 06-24-2012 02:00 AM by Pastafarian

To think I didn't take any daily meds a couple years ago...

There have always been two medical mysteries in my life. Occasionally passing out, or coming close to passing out, and gnawing, burning stomach pain. Since my parents are adverse to institutionalized medicine, there was no help in my childhood. It never seemed severe, but these two problems would come and go and I never understood why.

Fast forward to two years ago, I was healthy on paper. No daily meds, no...
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