1306714 tn?1327257080

Med Center

Not Chair related but had to go to Med center yesterday for stitches in my hand,  Bummer.   You know how they ask about your  med?  I then explained why I take them. Chairi.  The nurse asking the question of course didn't even know how to spell it.  The Dr. knew what it was, but in there computer it is under Bud Chairi.  Has anyone ever heard of this.?  Sadly I can't use my right hand for 4 days and I have it in a splint. I cut it down to the joint.  I laughed when my husband said the shots were going to hurt.  LOL....it's nothing like what us with chairi have to endure.  Hope everyone is having a good day.  If anyone has heard of Bud Chairi.  Please let me know.  I thought this was pretty interesting.
Linda :)
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1968463 tn?1374757813
So sorry about your hand. I sure hope it heals quickly for you. Will keep you in my prayers.
As far as the Budd Chiari ...yes I have heard of it. Just google Buddle CHiari and it explains. It is NOTHING like our chiari.
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620923 tn?1452915648

  YUp I heard of it as well....it is a liver condition....a bit far removed from our brain.....it is also y I feel they no longer use Arnold chiari unless it is considered Chiari II ....there is so much confusion.
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