I'm 57 and live in Louisiana -as do my kids, grandkids, dog, cat, and birds. :) I had petit mal epilepsy when I was 4 for about 2 years and my parents and doctor thought it was gone and it came back when I was 17. I have never been totally seizure free.
"For the past 2 weeks, I have noticed that my right breast seems to be shrinking and is getting quite smaller than my left breast. Any ideas on what can cause this?
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"Thank you all for your help. I don't take any pain medicine too often, but when I do, it is Tylenol because of the blood thinner meds that I take. I'd say maybe two times a year, if that. I do drink coffee tho, but I always have. I have..."
Hi, They never did figure out what it is, sent my blood to Mayo clinic, and extensive tests, they couldn't put a name on it..
just that clots too much.. lol.. and I'll be on thinners rest of my life.. never heard of APS though.. have to ask my Dr. about it next time I see him.. dream sweet..
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