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Brittany Snow Anorexia
Fainting during/after exercise? 15-20min volleyball. Dizzy, sight blackens, loss of balance, nauseous, rapid heatbeat&breathing. 16female, period 2wk ago.
Syncope: This needs further evaluation with your primary care physician or cardiologist...Don't delay. ...Read more
Seeing psychiatrist, on meds, md, gad, ptsd, eating disorder...Worse than ever..Been is hosp. Suffering badly, exhausted. Ect?
Possibly: This is a complex issue that requires thorough discussion with your psychiatrist. It will be important to reivew your medication history to see what has been tried and what still may be helpful. Ect is not widely available, but it is potentially useful. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What causes temporary episodes cognitive dysfunction -confusion, mental fog, memory loss in lupus? When i'm flaring, i cannot think straight!
Low.B12, iron, d.Thiroid failer vision and hearing, touch sensitivity, lifetime of spinal problems, temper, mood swings exhausted allways , early menopause.
Listen to your body: These are inter-related problems. In addition to restoring deficiencies it is necessary to address the toxicity ( likely cadmium) but a healthy life style is key. 10, 000 units a day of vit d3, nutritional lithium to enhance uptake of b-12, methyl cobalamine, and methyl folate (folic acid) supplements, avoid dairy, wheat, sugar, and processed food. Spirulina 1 t a day. 30 seconds of movement every 10 minutes. ...Read more
What are the chances of a southern siberian russian having huntington's? I'm adopted from there. Symptoms: tremor, fatigue, dizzy,
Pseudohypoparathyroidism? I have "archibald's sign," chronic skin rash, constipation, heart flutter. Come home asap from vet school abroad for dx/tx?
Pseudohypopara: You present a number of medical complaints, all of which need attention. Please start with a visit to your primary doctor. Your medical history will be taken, you will be examined by the doctor, and laboratory studies will be ordered. Once the information is collected your doctor will decide where you might go for further care. Please let me know what develops. ...Read more
2 mths having MANYof what seem 2 B AuraMigraine W/no headache.Big moving object in RTeye,dizzy,bright,complete blindness 2hrs.why all sudden?
Age 16, 5'3" 81lbs extreme dizziness, shaky, weak, nausea, dialated pupils, pale, ate 4 hours ago, no known medical conditions, why's this happening?
At. : 5'3, perhaps your weight is too low, have physical and labs asap. ...Read more
18, male, tingly hands&feet, dizzy, tremors, some coordination issues, stumbles on some words, lost weight, hot flashes. 4 blood tests, 2 MRI's- clean?
TINGLING & DIZZINESS: SEE A NEUROLOGIST SOONEST! ESPECIALLY IF IT HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR SOME TIME! ...Read more
Joint aches, reoccurring fevers 99.2–100.1, unintentional weight loss, different temp hands, severe back pain, hot flashes. 23yr old w/ rr-ms. Who 2 c?
Myanorexia thoughts arereturning.I amhaving areally hard time notrelapsing.doc said I'm averageweight and I hated to hear that.any advice on anorexia?
Get some support: I want say : good for you! You have recognized anorexia as UNhealthy! You have recognized that obsessing about anything is not healthy! Have you realized that NOBODY is perfect and almost NOBODY is satisfied is with their appearance- so you are just like everyone. The real trick is self-acceptance. Meanwhile, reach out, on-line or locally. We never met, but I know you are beautiful! ...Read more
Very strongly: There is a very strong association between anorexia nervosa and migraines. The same holds true for bulimia nervosa and migraines. Whereas 12.5% of the general population suffer from migraine headaches , 75% of people with eating disorders suffer from migraine headaches. It is interesting to note that the eating disorder and the migraines typically start at the same time in any given individual. ...Read more
I'm having hypothyroid problems but all my labs are normal. Fatigue, weight gain, headaches, dry skin, etc. Where do I go from here?
I'm underweight 5 6 & 80lbs have mental & eating disorder, where I live don't have eating disorder inpatient and going out of state won't take my Ins.
Teen daughter- disordered eating, lost 12kg, hospital. Wt regained, increasing, eating well. Out hospital 4 wks- how long wait to train again (run)?
Ask treatment team: It sounds as though your daughter is experiencing a significant & serious eating disorder. Based on that, 4 weeks out of the hospital is not a very long time. Excessive exercise is often a part of the disordered eating behavior, so it is important to be very careful about re-introducing exercise. It would be a good idea to talk through the timing with her physician, therapist, and dietician. ...Read more
James, uk, 37, Epilepsy, anxiety, memory recall issues, muscular skeletal disorders. Queary, can static electricity cloth cause issues wi epilepsy?
Not Enough Current!: Yes..if you are a flea.But to get from your skin through your skull past the cerebrospinal fluid deep into your brain would take a lot more than a little static spark.Of course then there's the topic of 'human spontaneous combustion.'but I'll leave you and Google for that.Now, static can screw-up other things,like electrical circuits, and some fine machinery,or the Hindenburg or a gas tank(BOOM!) ...Read more