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... which are apparently a huge component of our brains. What would be more logical than to look for this stealth pathogen in the brain. ... (8 replies)
... I think 'arthritis of the brain' might refer to Rheumatoid Vasculitis, it's a rare complication of severe, long term RA. It causes inflammation of the blood vessels. ... (2 replies)
... i was just diagnosed yesterday with arthritis of the brain. i have the severe head pain. a few weeks ago the neuro diagnosed it as occipital nerve neuralgia. ... (8 replies)

... ophthalmologist"...they are the "docs of last resort" when something is going on with the brain. ... (1 replies)
... Neuropathy, strictly speaking, is any disease that affects the nervous system. In common usage, however, neuropathy is short for peripheral neuropathy, meaning a disease of the peripheral nervous system. ... (8 replies)
... I have been seeing a neurologist, and had all the blood tests, MRI's on the brain, lower back and spine. I have buzzing in my legs since last July, and shooting pains and burning in my feet. ... (1 replies)
... Since your headaches have gotten worse with the chiro, then why not see a spine doc and find out what is really wrong. ... (3 replies)
... me help to someone....first...no one is too young to have arthritis...the mri's, etc. do not show such !...my opinion...she needs a pain management doctor....for the past 7 years, i have had same severe pain as your daughter.... ... (31 replies)
... What does this mean and what are the affects (0 replies)
... I was recently doing some web browsing on it and it can cause an array of neurological and neuropathic problems. Often times people go asymptomatic. ... (8 replies)
... Thank you for the definitions. ... (8 replies)
... I think the best thing for arthritis is a combination of tactics. Disarm the immune response with CALMING herbs. ... (9 replies)
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... Well I am speaking from personal experience and ultrasound has been working wonders for me from my teenage years. As for the placebo effect, I've actually tried to convince myself that other drugs worked however, I've been unsuccessful, eg. ... (8 replies)
... Thank you so much for taking the time to reply, I greatly appreciate it! ... (14 replies)
... After these are balanced then I believe the treatment began for Rheumatism. Again varying types of medicine was given and some didn't have names written. ... (7 replies)
... The last week of August I thought I was getting Carpal Tunnel. My wrists hurt and got progressively worse as the days went on, moving into both hands and fingers. ... (2 replies)
... My symptoms vary in type and severity depending on many factors such as posture, time of day, engaging in different activities, etc. Sometimes there are "good days" and some days are pretty rough. ... (5 replies)
... people end up having to use steroids as they work for just about everyone...unless you are allergic to steroids like I am. But they kill more people than all of the others combined. ... (4 replies)
... spine back in Nov 2011, and suddenly, after about a week, I have had excruciating pain in my lumbar spine and neck. . . drs of course thought the neck was just from the 1 inch incision, so I let that go. . . but, this spine pain they thought could also be muscle spasm. . . ... (7 replies)
... cold. The weather impacts how I feel as does stress. ... (11 replies)


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