Tuesday, August 04, 2015

What a Diagnosis Means

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Chronic pain is difficult to diagnose since it shares many symptoms with other conditions. Many doctors use the pain scale to identify chronic pain. If a patient has consistent experience pain for at least six months, then he or she is likely to have chronic pain.

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Anyone who has waken-up in the middle of the night with a severely painful gout attack will know that this disease is no fun. Gout is a disease in which tiny crystals (urate crystals) deposit in all the wrong places like joints and soft tissue. The quintessential gout picture is a swollen, big, red toe. However, many joints can be affected by…

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Christina Lasich, MD, Health Pro, commented on 10 Little Known Facts About Gout Very interesting. Even if someone does not have gout, sleep apnea needs to be treated…




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