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If assoc with work: Most states vary regarding how on the job injuries are defined. You may possess a cumulative trauma disorder, and, if injured while working, it should be covered. An acute injury could lead to chronic soft tissue problems, and this too would be appropriate. Check with your local state government, and also see an occupational physician to further categorize your particular circumstance. ...Read more
This is mysterious: This has been very hard to sort out. The disease is so rare (if it is even real), the described features of the disease vary from paper to paper (anything from a catastrophic illness to the normal harmless persistence of aluminum at an old injection site), and the anti-immunization militants have gotten involved. A toxic effect of a Chloroquine (known muscle poisons) seems most likely to me. ...Read more
Hi, I've been diagnosed with Hypermobility, Myofasciitis and Marked ligamentous Laxity. I'd just like more information on what all this means.
See a physiatrist: Up to 20% of people have hypermobility of some or all joints. Sometimes, this is associated with serious medical problems. You need a referral to a physiatrist or other specialisti in muscle distasse to see if that is the case or if this is a benign problem ...Read more
Need to seek trtmt: I am not an expert here but having elevated blood sugars this high for too long can be life threatening and lead to permanent organ damage. Could land you in a diabetic coma. You need to seek medical attention with an internist, family practice doc, or endocrinologist to get this under check. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on what type of IBS you have… Constipation type we have a few different medications, for diarrhea type there are fewer options. Before diagnosing yourself with IBS though, make sure you have colonoscopy and EGD and labs done and an examination as IBS is what we call a diagnosis of exclusion, where we "rule Out" other causes then call it IBS. ...Read more