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Sun, Mar 22 5:32pm · COVID-19: What does it mean for people in ICU and for families? in Intensive Care (ICU)

Never give up. You have very right to ask – don't let egos stand in your way of ensuring that you have the answers to your bone fide questions!!!

Mon, Mar 16 11:57pm · Living with arthritis: How do you stay active? in Bones, Joints & Muscles

How were you diagnosed with fibromayalgia?

Sun, Mar 1 9:39pm · Watching a Meningioma Brain Tumor in Brain Tumor

Hello – sorry to hear about your situation. I had a benign meningioma successfully removed 2.5 yrs. ago. Before I decided to have the surgery , I interviewed 3 NS and checkked their medical reputation with the NS certifying association before I chose the NS who did the surgery. So do get another opinion

Thu, Feb 20 10:23pm · Numbness All Over: My story... in Brain & Nervous System

Hang in there! I, too, have problems with MRI's. Re the need to be sedated – is there not a support group or a church/minister who could accompany you to the MRI – you won't be sedated very long. Sounds like you really need to have it! Good luck

Tue, Feb 18 1:36am · Prolia treatment for osteoporosis in Bones, Joints & Muscles

I am 72 yrs old & accidentally found out that I may have osteopenia! This was never discussed by my family doctor who took me off meds 2 yrs ago – presuming that bones were good. I haven't had a bone density test done in 25 yrs. In researching into this disease, osteopenia can be caused by a med for brain tumour – successfully removed 2 yrs ago – dilantin. I wasn't told about this side effect of this drug. Any comments about this??

Oct 29, 2019 · Insomnia. Nothing seems to help. in Sleep Health

It would be wise to check with our doctor 'cause melantonin can interfer with other meds you may be taking – even vitamins/suppleme ts

Oct 27, 2019 · Watching a Meningioma Brain Tumor in Brain Tumor

FYI: Oct 26 to Nov. 2, 2019 is International Brain Tumour Awareness Week!
Meningionas is the most common brain tumour – 37% of all tumours, benign & malignant are meningioma

Oct 27, 2019 · Life after Brain surgery in Brain Tumor

I had brain surgery 2 yrs ago – successfully removed a benign 3 cm meningioma.
Sounds great
but I have balance problems, severe depression, ostopenia & other stuff. In reaearching all of these problems,
I've found out that the anti- seisure med (Kepra) causes a lot of these problems! .No doctor warned me of this.. So
my quality of life after surgery has been disappointing