About Me: Male, 42, Salt Lake City, UT, member since Oct 2012
I am a former Air Force Medic. Currently I am a Registered Nurse at the University of Utah Hospital. I maintain a blog about some of my experiences as a medic and nurse. I also blog about my experiences with IBD, ulcerative colitis, epilepsy, seizures, and a possible
[More] astrocytoma (brain tumor). I enjoy spending time with my family, and playing the piano and violin. I keep a blog http://www.nurseguy.com please visit and like it.
"I would talk to your doctor. Your pain could be many things. Also your dizziness should be checked out. Are you sure your blood counts are back to normal? Is the dizziness related to the times you take your medicine? I found that wi..."
"Those who recently quit smoking are at highest risk of ulcerative colitis, followed by those who have never smoked. Smokers have the lowest risk of getting ulcerative colitis. I would NOT recommend you start smoking again as there are ..."
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