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Sat, Jul 4 3:32pm · COVID-19 Long Haulers: Symptoms lasting 30 days plus in COVID-19

Hi lmspencerpac @lmspencerpac
What you mentioned is the best that anyone of us if s/he in this case would say ( seeking to hear from medical professionals or individuals who find themselves with lingering symptoms. I’m not sure what to do next and am worried. I have young kids who I want to live for and my job after 8 weeks grows impatient with me to return to the field of caring with sick Covid patients). Becoming a hero for ourselves beside being hero for others is a long way that need help from others, and contacting the health care professionals is one way of many ways for getting help. Also referring selves to websites such as and read about it will be a big help, or ask for an appointment with mayo clinic doctors, or communicate with individuals who having same cases there in ( for example an orientation about COVID-19) been offered by mayo clinic would be great opportunity. Hope you feel better and get rid of what is unlike normal symptoms soon. My words is not a prescription but that what come to my mind trying to help.

Sat, Apr 11 3:16pm · Sjogren’s Syndrome – Introduce yourself and meet others in Autoimmune Diseases

Hi dear cmtg@cmtg
I try to give my helping offer here but is not a medication that you should follow. Polymyalgia has many symptoms, but none of those symptoms is related to general pain, as you mentioned (I’m in pain most days), and as you stated you are 82 years of age which the first question come to mind that cardiac problem affect your life, which affects your daily activity. You mentioned physical test and blood test or work as you named it, Tred.M. test and output and input altogether help in diagnosis. Pain of the muscles and headache are most likely related to cardiac medical problems such as Polymyalgia. A question that may help you is asking your physician what tests and medicines can be done and what medications you used to take can be updated and replaced ,and ask about its adverse reactions . Medicines now available by different companies as well as different medical treatments, and can be paid by medicare. I hope you get well soon.

Sun, Jan 5 11:46am · Decreased sense of smell may indicate early dementia in Brain & Nervous System

Hi ngyose @ngyose,
I read your words.I worked once in Alzheimer's patients long term facility and what I can tell here that there are doctors who specialized in treating elderly with Alzheimer that you may check with insurance company for a visit. The only thing should be noticed and observed that the onset of the symptoms and the very quick demolishing of some senses become a big surprise, when their abilities to identify and knowing things becoming harder and harder. I am not giving you a prescription, and my words might not be correct 100%. There are also many lectures in health centers, communities and association discussing Alzheimer,s cases and what should be done.I hope gave some information that will help.

Nov 9, 2019 · No answers yet. Inflammed, bloated and abdominal pain in Autoimmune Diseases

Hi yrose@yrose
As you stated it (It all started with a few months of bloating, abdomen pain, loss of appetite, and irregular bowel movements. Then in March, a few days of abdomen pain, and eventually, a trip to ER with vomiting, and more intense abdomen pain). It is seeming from your statement that all symptoms come at once in two periods of time, one before the other. My first question is, what is the probability of the symptoms of being genetics as it is existed in any of your family member before?, the reason why I am thinking in this way is that you says (At each doctor’s visit, each doctor seemed puzzled by the condition, unsure what to address as to treatment), and many research studies about the unexplained genetic diseases are not not fully come to a conclusion, besides it might take too long to figure out the treatment t of it. Second, the area where we live and water that we drink may play a significant role in our health. So following a prescribed diet by your doctor. I believe to be away from fatty food with less drinking may help also. My words and advice is only what I think and is not a prescription for anyone, and I hope you getting well soon

Jul 30, 2019 · Excessive mucus without cough in Lung Health

@hishamhussain. I believe as you stated (I have been suffering with excessive mucus coming from lungs with out coughing 3 months ago.
I find difficulty to expel continually accumulating phlegm coming from my lungs to throat my case get worsen day by day and I feel recently short-breathing) you should follow up with what your doctor,s diagnostic advises are. And if you let him/her know that you are feeling strongly positive with his/her decision of taking Chest X-ray or CT scan that might help to decrease the confusion as X-Ray explains a lot of the case of the patient. You do not have to follow what I am saying here because it is not a prescription.. hope you feeling better soon and becoming well soon!

Jun 17, 2019 · Mysterious shortness of breath in Lung Health

Hi gabrielm @gabrielm, May 31, 2018
I believe but not a prescription is What ever happened for us may reflect the purpose on what we are concentrating on or what we are looking for and might even not in any way about what we are thinking. By getting from you the words you are saying ( Beginning in summer of 2012, I began having shortness of breath (SOB) with no other symptoms. I felt a constant need to yawn, and every few breaths wouldn't satisfy the SOB. I would take a deep breath, and felt like it would get "stuck" before satisfying the air hunger feeling. About every 3-5 deep breaths would satisfy it, only for it to return a minute later) it shows me many things, such as; changing environment, less satisfaction in the whole income conclusions included in plan, may a little of anxiety from strangers or strange place, and ……other negative incoming results around us, and it is usual anxiety or correctly we call it (normal phobia could happened to anyone and coming from any sudden feelings or actings which we are not used to it or it is not from out daily activity). But definitely if you keep pulse oximeter in your pocket and measure your O2 saturation each time you are over-whelmed by this situation, it will tell you if you doing okay or not. with this measurement you take step one, but after keeping do your exercise (and keep the oximeter on hand) if your sat over 89% and at the same time you still have Short of breath it may be normal S.O.B., but in case it is reduced less than say 88% depending on normals of your age you can say there is something wrong and visit your doctor and take a rest at that time. I can consider it just a mental issue if your sat. is over 89% with exercise, and with all medical tests normals. And you have to fight the issue that you stated here on this page by changing or getting another activities help you to forget or help you to improve your thinking. I believe you will be better. Again as I believe my advice is not a prescription but still you can check with your primary physician about its validity. I hope you getting well soon dear !

May 4, 2019 · Mysterious shortness of breath in Lung Health

Hi gabrielm@gabrielm
I read the whole lines and I have two questions that may help you to ask your doctor. it may help but is not a prescription or you should do it. My two questions are: the first one is that in what position you getting your body into it so you have S.O.B. and the other one what daily activities you observed that could be a reason in leading you to this situation (SOB)? sometimes our way of life or positions affect us indirectly, and the anatomy of our bodies may result in complications which are different from person to person and we are not aware of it.Good luck and hope you getting well.

Apr 17, 2019 · Episodes going on and I don't know what to do. in Brain & Nervous System

Hi dear sakota9 (Joan) @sakota.
I believe your words (those dreams are so real), create your first undesired decision. (Been thinking I should make a appointment with a neurologist) also creates your second decision, now regarding my words (as I am guessing not sure) so you do not have to believe my thinking or my words as I am not a professional. My humble advice that might work or may not is taking appointment with the primary doctor for ( except my thyroid was a little off ) and a counselor for (always good before). Some troubles in the period of pre- present good days suddenly affect our lives when the age become shortage in creating new ideas and new relationships.But not giving up is what I believe in.
Hope you find answers and wish you a great life