About Me: Female, 38, st paul, MN, member since Jan 2012
i have major depressive disorder and borderline personality... i also have polycystic ovarian syndrome.... i have been through a lot of medical procedures and with my moms health have witnessed many more... jut here to see whats here never did this before. i also worked
[More] as a vet tech for many years... im hoping that i will have something to offer this community
"yah xrays usely show the disk problem as long as they are read by an othropedist a regular dr might miss it.. carrying heavy bags might cause some back strain and the gym can too if you were doing exercises incorrectly... if its nothing ..."
"t could be a large cyst.. or a fibroid.. is there a chance you were bitten by a spIder or bed bug? anythign that appears suddenly like that should be looked at by a dr. it could even be an allergic reaction, but to rule out anythign more..."
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