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My Sister Has Developed Difficulty Lifting Objects What Is It Exactly
?nerve/muscle issue: The difficulty could involve weakness or incoordination, and may be due to peripheral nerve or muscle disease, but could also be due to problems in the brain or spinal cord. It is imperative that she have a full evaluation with her primary physician, and if necessary, a referral to a neurologist. ...Read more
The term difficulty lifting objects would be an example of a symptom a patient might report to a doctor. A more detailed history, exam, and appropriate studies would then allow the doctor to narrow down on the likely cause. Difficulty lifting objects could be caused by weakness in the upper or lower extremities, lack of coordination, poor sensation among ...Read more
Symptom: The term difficulty lifting objects would be an example of a symptom a patient might report to a doctor. A more detailed history, exam, and appropriate studies would then allow the doctor to narrow down on the likely cause. Difficulty lifting objects could be caused by weakness in the upper or lower extremities, lack of coordination, poor sensation among many other possible causes. ...Read more
If one has difficulty lifting a 17 month old to hold what is the problem, weak wrists or weak arms? And how do you recommend strengthening what's weak
Exercising: How do you try and lift the child?Think about what part of your arms you seem to be using when you try and lift and that's the area of weakness.Myself I lift with with my arms, specifically using the biceps.Weight lifting regularly and using progressively increasing weights will help you strengthen those muscles.You can use resistance bands and mimic the same motion you make when trying to lift. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have episodes of extreme weakness in my arms and legs resulting in very slow gait, difficulty lifting and sometimes have shortness of breath . ?
Concerning: Without having more information, it is hard to know what the problem is but it needs to be checked out with your doctor. ...Read more
My sister experiences difficulty in breathing when she has a cold and occasionally uses albuterol. Is it safe to give her the flu shot?
My sister last year had sepsis which affected her memory. Tonight while quite fatigued, she was writing on the computer and had difficulty putting wor?
Addicted sister: I'm sorry to hear about your sister's difficulties. Has she acknowledged a problem in either of these areas? This affects what you can do. If she's open to it, you could attend some gamblers anonymous meetings with her. See http://tinyurl.Com/camw3oa for meetings -- info there can educate you too. Regarding the pills -- will she let you meet together with her ; her doctor? Might be a help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gambling: Gambling is a highly self destructive addictive behavior that often has severe consequences. Confronting and getting the addict to see the problem, helping them to break down their denial of the problem, and then holding them accountable to get the help that they need, and keeping them away from temptation. Gambling is not worth losing your family, destroying your finances, and your credit score. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This is Ms. Abid from Pakistan. I am having a very serious problem about my sister. she is 17 years old. She is unmarried. For few days she ?
Sister 17: Sorry but I would need more information before I can make any comments. ...Read more
Hello! my younger sister, she's abut 18 years old. Now she's get a problem bout her perious bleeding for a month and now it's not stop. Please help me?
See a doctor: Take her to a doctor to be evaluated. This is not something you can fix at home. ...Read more
Hello! I'm Kathleen and I have dark underarms. My sisters and mother also have this problem.What do you think is the problem?
Acanthosis: Darkened, thickened skin in the arm pits, back of the neck and other regions can be from Acanthosis. Acanthosis is a sign that your body is struggling to keep blood sugar levels normal. If you are overweight, pre diabetic or have polycystic ovaries that would support the diagnosis. Your primary doctor or an online consultation could sort this out. ...Read more
Your sister has to: recognize that she has a problem and she has to want to do something about it. Families often feel helpless, hopeless, angry, ashamed and guilty, in various combinations. Concerned family members can present their worries to her, trying to help her see the problem, but this often results in denial and anger on her part. Attend Alanon meetings for your own sake, not hers, it may help with enabling. ...Read more
Sister was told her body wasnt breaking down sugar the way its supposed too. I was wondering what exactly that means?
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