@Rufous McKinney see if this homeopathic remedy matches other symptoms besides the bursitis.
Have you noticed any connection to your diet?
see if this homeopathic remedy matches
when I am more inflaming, its all worse. So that is sometimes the diet, or punishment for toast.
I don't have a lump, but the bone surface feels extra sensitized or something.
I was focused on stretching my arms alot above my head, extending the elbow and talking to my back/ which is also tied into that lymphatic drainage thing-..and two days later all the fluid part went away, I felt I had done myself a miracle cure.
I can't believe you said toast. Same here! I don't know if it's the bread or the butter
I hear you @CSMLSM ...All you can do is your best and take it as it comes. You obviously feel you need to know so going is warranted regardless of how ill you could get, take it one step at a time and get those answers you need. You will feel better for it psychologically which can make all the difference when recovering from crashing ect
I am sorry you are going through this right now and wish I could help in some way.
If I was too ill to go I did not go like many of us and they only see me on good days. A certain day an ambulance person makes prejudise comments (suggests I could get a job like him) and nurse gets aggressive and shouts at me when I ask if they can wheel me to the room, I have to forcefully explain I am disabled and cannot do it myself in the condition I am in currently (I could not use crutches too weak) and actually got some help after she realises the situation. We should not have to deal with this.
I have a small lump on the back of my leg, its probably a sebaceous cyst but I cannot be sure and pain has been in that leg recently. My GP does not think Fibromyalgia and ME/CFS diagnosis mean I have a neuroimmune condition and anything I ever bring up its your Fibromyalgia or ME/CFS. Why would I want to go.
For me I accept what may come on my terms, what I am comfortable with. After mant years I know how futile a visit to a medical proffessional can be. But this is about a different condition that they can and should look into for you so good luck and I want only a positive outcome for you. Please do let us know how you get on.
Nope as I'm going through an eviction process and so it's gone to court . I can fill a defence form out and get a bit of an extension ... But the bailiffs will come in mid to late October and I HAVE to be out legally .Hi @Emmarose47....given the circumstances, couldn't your move be postponed for a month or two? Right, as if people wait for anything....it's not an easy thing.
Yes, pre-ops are a pest and each doctor seems to have a favorite that he likes to use. In one case I had to go downtown, the nurse messed every available vein I had up, whereas I could have had the same thing right around the corner. Not only that, I nearly ended up mugged when I left the downtown office. They've since installed bright, bright lights....but still they lurk, I'm sure.
We'll look forward to hearing (hopefully better) news from you. In the meantime, drink a lot of tea and have lots of cakes and biscuits. Feel better. Yours, Lenora
I'm pretty much at the point where it's all so ridiculous that I've just living in surrender .
I can't work it out so I'll let spirit work through me ....
I haven't found hospitals or doctors to ever accomodate my medical condition such as not to make me worse. I could for example attend whatever appointment they like if they took me out horizontally with shades and noise cancelling headphones on, travelled me to the point they needed me and brought me back all as gently as possible. But instead they require me to sit up and walk into the ambulance and then stand in reception for half an hour with noise everywhere and bright lights and no where to lay down. My GP's over the past few years have refused house visits so I simply no longer have access to medical care of any kind, I am just too ill for doctors and hospitals.
That is shocking and makes me so angry for you.. (((HUGS)))
The NHS is mostly just dangerous to ME/CFS patients and becoming more so despite the guideline change.
Less so than 30 years ago.