I am a kid, and most adults dont take kids very seriously.
I have experienced many medical family problems and am interested in Natural remedies, but i am not vegan or un
[More] accepting towards chemical treatments.
I also have various disorders like insomnia, and ADD, which i took stratera for.
Good luck, everyone....best of luck to you all
"Not really sure which catagory this belongs in. Well for the past five days or so I've been nauseous, having stomach pains, hungry 24/7, and losing weight. Also my stool is red! This is really worrying me.
When I say I've been hungry 24..."
"Hi. I'm 16. I woke up at about 3:10AM.
When I woke up i was fine but about ten minutes after, this leg pain/slight numbness started. It feels as though my leg has no bones. It feels like there is no structure or stability in my leg and ..."
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