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If it was me, I'd first call the doctor and explain the symptoms to them and listen to what they say. If I didn't trust their opinions, I'd ask to be seen. It may be something simple. But, better to ere on the side of caution than to have something, possibly, go wrong while you are camping or driving down the road. You'll be more comfortable with your own doctor than a stranger in another town or the the ER. Call them. Today. Hope it's just muscles stretching!!
Those things may relieve some of the pain from a bunion. But, they won't cure it. They are also very uncomfortable to wear! I had major bunion surgery on both feet when I was just 14 years old. I was horrified as i thought they sounded like something really old people got ! I wore those same things on both feet for a year before the sugery. They didn't help one bit. Go see a good orthopedic surgeon or a podiatrist. If you do need surgery, get it done sooner...
ARGH!! I keep a Yahoo email account to use for on-line purchases and for use with other message boards. Keeps the spam there and not in our "real" home email! I just checked it and : : ALL my messages from this past month are GONE. I looked at them last night and all of them were there. I did not delete any of them (I would kick myself if I'd deleted ONE, accidentally, and I'd have no right to rant. But, this is at least 20 messages). I emailed Yahoo for tech...
In a couple of weeks, I am having foot surgery to remove a Morton's Neuroma (a pinched nerve). It is day surgery, in in the morning, out after about 5 hours. I also have what is called Chiari Malformation which means part of my cerebellum is squeezed down into my spinal column. Because of this, I have to talk to the anesthesiologist about what they do for generals and intubation (I can't have my head tipped upward for more than a minute or I suffer MAJOR attacks of...
Thanks, everyone, for your replies! I really appreciate your input. The The CAT/5 is the more comprehensive of the two offered at FLO, covering all major subject areas including Science and Social Studies. The other, WRAT, covers Reading, Math, and Nonverbal Reasoning. The CAT/5 sounds more like what we would like. I am wondering one thing about these tests. How do they handle questions about history studies (I assume that is connected in Social Studies), if...
I've used chamomile tea bags as compresses and they worked within hours. Put 4 into some really hot water (not boiling, afterall, it's going to be touching your eye!) and let them steep for a few minutes. This part works best if you are lying down with a towel placed next to your head on the affected side and have a kind partner to help! Wring a tea bag gently (you want some tea to remain in it) and place it on your closed eye. As the bag gets cool, replace it...
I plan on ordering either a test or assessment from Family Learning Organization for ds. Age-wise, he just completed 2nd grade. Learning-wise, well, he's all over the place (you know how weird homeschoolers are! ). We started out as using a set curriculum. But, we found it wasn't working for us as well, so we have evolved into more of a cross between some structure and some of a take-it-as-it-comes approach! He LOVES to read (anything), does well in math and...
x-posted in FYT (WA) My parents want to amend their most recently updated will. They wish to change the way their estate is to be divided between the 4 kids (they want to set a certain amount to each of 3 kids and the rest of the estate to go to the fourth). They both have difficulty with transportation due to health issues (stroke) and don't like the lawyer that did their wills for them in January (hard to get to his office and they had personality differences ...
Shannon is correct. Don't eat those berries or rhubarb! This is too risky to take a chances. I'd get rid of any plants that have been in contact with the poison ivy. Clear the entire area and leave it bare. Don't plant anything until you know, for sure, that the poison ivy has been eradicated. There are some pretty serious chemicals that you can use on poison ivy. However, they are just as dangerous as the ivy!! Warning: NEVER BURN POISON IVY TO KILL IT!...
I clicked on the "www.iamapeacekeeper.com" website. I couldn't find anything about ingredients in the nail products offered. It is nice that they support a variety of causes. Revlon and Proctor & Gambell give financial donations to many causes, too. This doesn't have anything to do with the OP's question. Do you have better information on the beauty products they offer?
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