Lorielynnjackson wrote: seems like everything i should eat I cant'... gas, nausea, pain...
Lorielynnjackson wrote:All the stuff that is supposed to regulate stools, or tummy or... Seems like they hurt the worst. If I stick to easy stuff like juice or pudding or mashed potatoes I don't get enough and gradually appetite goes because I'm like what's the point? We are headed to the city Sunday for first appt tues (sorry jimmy I told you mon) so hopefully he tests the crap out of me to make this circus stop or at least tell me what it is is I don't hope and wait for it to get better... Will keep you updated. In the city we are at restaurants constantly so I might have shard time sticking to any form of diet... easier at home... I have a friend who is celiac and he mostly eats at home. I see why. Thanks again for taking time to support me , you both have been wonderful. Lyndacarol, how long did it take for them to diagnose you and what set it off?
Lorielynnjackson wrote:Hi Lyndacarol, thank you for sharing your story with me. I think it is of value for anyone who is wondering what the heck is happening to their bodies. So it has high value. When they did the MRI did they only check your head or did they check your spine too? They found a white lump on my spine that they said looked like an old injury or calcified bone.. In any case it's a veryainfu. Lump on my spine that came about a year ago. Masseuse said I should get it checked as it looked like a ruptured -does this mean herniated?cervical? ( terms might it be right was in Spanish) .... I have had facial numbness before, and I going fingertips for no reason at all... Just found a CD of my last catscan. And angiogram. MRI can see through the bone to see lesions? Or would a car scan see it too? You went through tests like this too?
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