I've I have been having lightheadedness for five months now accompanied by constant headaches everyday. Been to ER 2 times and seen physician and now a Neurologist. Blood work came back normal, 2 CAT SCANS normal. I don't know where this came from but it's not getting better. Neurologist thinks it's tension headaches. Gave me amitriptyline, and that has not worked with headaches. The headaches are all over. I get them in my temples, the back of my head, and the top of my head. Sometimes I feel like I feel the pain moving. I don't have symptoms of migraine. Light and sound do not bother me. I can't do anything anymore without feeling lightheaded. It happens every day. It's really getting to me and I don't know where to go anymore. I want to feel normal again. Do you have any suggestions? I am getting very desperate here. I have a 20 month old son and I want to feel like myself ag...
Q. I’ve just been diagnosed with lymphedema. What are the treatments like? A. Depending on the seriousness of your case, treatments can range from a simple hand massage, exercises, and instructions to keep your arm elevated for a portion of each day; to daily hours-long treatments for several weeks, followed by wearing a wrist to shoulder elastic sleeve, potentially for life. In other words: HUGE possible range of treatments. You won’t know what YOUR treatment will be like till you see the physical therapist or lymphedema therapist for the first time. However, you can hazard a guess, based on how much swelling you see and feel in your arm/chest area: the greater the swelling, the more advanced the lymphedema probably is, the longer-lasting the treatment will be. Q. So, let’s take a middle-of-the-road scenario, just as an example. What might that look like? A. At your first visit, the PT will measure both arms very carefully, taking their circumference ...
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