Archive for March 29th, 2012
» posted on Thursday, March 29th, 2012 at 11:13 pm by
Check out these chair back pain images:
DGJ_3542 – Back Pain Creator
Image by archer10 (Dennis) OFF
PLEASE, no multi invitations, glitters or self promotion in your comments. My photos are FREE for anyone to use, just give me credit and it would be nice if you let me know. Thanks
This is the chair I have been using for the last week, very uncomfortable. This is where I always sit in my rec room with my 27" Imac on a end table, printer on the bottom and my 52" Sony TV at the end of the room. On the table is a holder I made for my mouse and keyboard that I place on my lap, since both are wireless it is great. My large leather reclining chair comes back this afternoon and I will be much more comfortable.Pharmacy Discount Store - NEXT DAY DELIVERY- NO PRESCRIPTION - CLICK HERE!!!! USA Only!
MIGRAINE? DONT WASTE YOUR TIME! CHEAPEST PRICE! WORLDWIDE DELIVERY! CLICK HERE!
» posted on Thursday, March 29th, 2012 at 10:10 pm by
Question by : Can Joint pains, weakness and pain be associated with anything other than fibromyalsia?
I am 30 years old, have been diagnosed with fibromyalsia. None of the medications work that I have been given. I have weak and painful joints all over my body, migraines, back problems and pains that in my neck that shoot up nto the back of my head. I have frequent sharp pains and cramps in my leg muscles. Horrible digestive problems. Sometimes if feels as if my joints are going to come lose and come out of place. I can’t hold things (pencils, cooking utensils, etc.) with my fingers for very long before they cramp. I can’t walk a far distance any longer without something going wrong with my body. In the last year the symptoms have become worse at a very fast pace. In the last two weeks I have started having worse back pains further up my back that are horrid during the night but a little better during the day. My rhumatologist said that my wrist, hip, ankle, knee and shoulder joint are to flexible and move past the point that they are suppose to. I have had a bone scan which came out normal, (He will not schedule me an MRI) dozens of blood tests for my kidneys, immune disorders and types of arthritis, vitamin D diff. and thyroid and they have all came out normal. I can’t get a doctor to really do anything for me or listen. Does anyone have any advice or maybe some idea of what’s wrong with me? I have dealt with some of these symptoms my gradually whole life.
Answer by kamui r
Usually this combination of symptoms are a result of anxiety and depression due to previous life traumas. If this was treated your symptoms may go away.
Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!
» posted on Thursday, March 29th, 2012 at 6:08 pm by
Is this a NANDA Nursing Dx??”Chronic pain r/t osteoarthritis of knee as evidence by swelling of the joint.
Question by Adultlearner: Is this a NANDA Nursing Dx??”Chronic pain r/t osteoarthritis of knee as evidence by swelling of the joint.
Answer by US_DR_JD
Pain, Chronic is one of the accepted NANDA nursing diagnoses. However, joint swelling in and of itself is not evidence of pain or necessarily arthritis. Wouldn’t better parameters for pain evidence be physiologic changes, such as changes, in vital signs, or tearing and diaphoresis. Or behavoral changes such as alterations of mood and levels of aggression. These are signs I would want a nurse to report as evidence of pain, not swelling of the knee. The swelling of the knee would be a separate diagnosis, such as localized swelling related to arthritis.
Give your answer to this question below!
» posted on Thursday, March 29th, 2012 at 1:57 pm by
Q&A: If a psychologist in your town was opening a child trauma therapy center, what do you think it should have?
Question by krysten_vance_2004: If a psychologist in your town was opening a child trauma therapy center, what do you think it should have?
Answer by mashe_others
many toys and art activity materials. and lots of nice people.
Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!
» posted on Thursday, March 29th, 2012 at 6:09 am by
Question by LearnHowToSpell: RUNNERS: knee/foot pain, will it go away?
Is it best to just run through the pain, or should I take time off? I take a week off, then run and it hurts again. I’ve done that twice. It’s so frustrating. I don’t want to see a doctor (can’t afford it). Advice?
Answer by Maria
What I do is that I get bandages and put them over my knees and ankles. It is a bit harder to run but at least it does not hurt. If it hurts so bad you feel like you can’t walk DO NOT RUN.
Answer my question please at http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AoNuOoLtXOIetqjXL1ECSsrsy6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20100513142119AAwxpJk
Add your own answer in the comments!
» posted on Thursday, March 29th, 2012 at 3:59 am by
Check out these head trauma concussion images:
emergency room lights – 8/365/2011
Image by nashworld
I missed posting on the 8th due to spending a good bit of the evening in the emergency with my cousin who scored a nice little bit of head trauma in his final wrestling match of five on the day.
In one of the biggest matches of his season, with the score still 0-0, both wrestlers came to the center of the mat off the whistle and brutal contact was made. We’re still not even sure if he smashed into his opponent’s head or knee. I know that sounds improbable, but limbs fly when two really top notch competitors go head to head. He was immobile for a good minute or two. Serious business.
Bottom line: no fractures, no bruising, but a pretty solid concussion. That was as good of a bellringer as I have seen in the past twenty years. He has a good week of rest coming up prior to even revisiting a doctor for the follow up. Head injuries are serious, and they tend to be cumulative. I’m glad the wider athletic culture in this country has recently wised up to this fact.