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We need nurses, even at Marshall's !

tls57

tls57
@tls57

1 hour ago

I had a really good talk with a nurse while standing in a long line in Marshall's (St. Aug.) on New Years Eve. I'm sorry that I didn't get her name, just that she was a nurse at Mayo. She was a great example for those that work in the

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Video Q&A - Abdominal Pain in Children: From Constipation to Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Join us Thursday, January 21st at 12:00 p.m. CT for a live video Q&A with pediatrician Dr. Angela Mattke and pediatric gastroenterologists Dr. Pua Hopson and Dr. Michelle Gonzalez for a discussion on abdominal pain in children. Dr. Mattke, Hopson, and Gonzalez, will answer questions during the broadcast.

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Repost:  When is Memory Loss a Problem? When in Doubt, Check it Out!

Repost: When is Memory Loss a Problem? When in Doubt, Check it Out!

This week I'm reposting this great piece by Dr. Locke from August 2019.  If you are unsure of whether your memory loss is "more than just getting older,"  get it checked out.  The sooner you start doing things to help with your memory in the memory loss journey, the better!

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Connection of statins, rosvastatin, with neuropathy of feet?

loulou816

loulou816
@loulou816

15 minutes ago

Started taking 5mg of generic Crestor about 16 months ago. I took it every other day. My feet started to spasm at first, and now they feel numb, tight, and burn. Is there any connection with statins and neuropathy. I stopped taking my statin three days ago to see if

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Spark count or no semen at all

abbas

abbas
@abbas

7 hours ago

Hello members, I'm new in this group and searching for solutions for my help. I am 47yrs old, formally married but lost madam in theater during operation in giving birth. I stayed 4yrs and married a lady now but the major issue of concern is; whenever we play sex I

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Autonomic Neuropathy

juanito

juanito
@juanito

2 hours ago

I'VE BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH ONE OF THE THREE TYPES OF PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY, NAMELY, AUTONOMIC. I'VE READ THAT PEOPLE WITH THIS CONDITION USUALLY HAVE A LIFE EXPECTANCY OF ONLY ABOUT 5 TO 1O YEARS FROM THEIR DIAGNOSIS. BUT, THE DIAGNOSIS BASICALLY SEEMS TO BE BASED ON SYMPTOMS. IS ANYONE FAMILIAR WITH

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testosterone

tutu42

tutu42
@tutu42

17 hours ago

anyone know of a good over the counter supplement for low testosterone

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Constant Stomach Indigestion

jack10525

jack10525
@jack10525

18 hours ago

Hello All, I have been experiencing stomach issues for a couple of years now. They kind of started out slow but have gotten worse a little over year ago. My symptoms include indigestion after eating or drink just about anything. I have moderate to severe bloating and gas that

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Need Help! Supposed to have Bladder Neck Incision Surgery!

joelp

joelp
@joelp

18 hours ago

I am a 41 yr old Male. I am supposed to have surgery this week for a tight bladder neck. I have had the issue for 7 years and my bladder is getting weaker. I am very scared and not sure if it is the right decision. I have

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Has anyone had the Pfizer COVID vaccine?

suzannew

suzannew
@suzannew

18 hours ago

Has anyone had the Pfizer COVID vaccine? I am 3 treatments in, one to go of doxetaxel/cyclophosphamide o

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I am trying to deal with the loss of our only child, Richard.

dwlowrance

dwlowrance
@dwlowrance

7 minutes ago

Richard died 4 years ago. I think about what I did right and did wrong to be the best parent every day. We are active in The Compassionate Friends as a support group of grieving parents. I need to get some peace around the circumstances and facts around his last

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dry throat at night

nazleer

nazleer
@nazleer

2 hours ago

I wake up in the morning around 5:30 with a dry throat. I take a dry mouth lozenge and drink lots of water but I can't go back to sleep. Any suggestions?

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 Opioid overdoses and saving lives with naloxone

Opioid overdoses and saving lives with naloxone

Naloxone is a potentially lifesaving medication that can temporarily reverse the effects of an opioid medicine. It can be easily administered to those who overdose. Many who are battling the opioid epidemic would like to see naloxone made more readily available. Read More

High ferritin levels and post shoulder tendon operation pain/Exhausted

I have high ferritin levels (over 800) but its not haemochromotosis. I recently had a bad fall (torn shoulder tendon) and had to get my shoulder operated on. I was prescribed strong pain killers (palexia). its called tapentadol. Ive stopped taking them as I worry theyre making me worse-

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Stool consistency while on vancomycin and its significance

wty2020

wty2020
@wty2020

1 day ago

I apologize up front if this is not the right “board” to ask this question, but can anyone share with me what I should expect regarding my stool consistency while on vancomycin? I am on my second course (actually in the first week of a four week taper right now)

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