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I ask my Mom About her condition when it really start. She said to me it start when she is pregnant for the 4rth baby.While shes pregnant,she walk with a limp. And sometimes she use a cane or a crutches. After the the 4rth baby was born thats the time she cant walk or stand.she have fearness to control her balance. In that time she is 30 years old. We have four childrens in our family. I am the third child on that time. My Older sister on that time is 11, my 2nd borther is 6,and I am 4 years old. I am to small yet to remember. But this is my Mom History when we are little. After my younger brother born. 3-4 months later they go in the hospital to check my Mom health condition. According to the Doctor she have a tumor in his spinal column. The Doctor said it really needs surgery. 2 weeks after the surgery done. They go home.The Doctor said 3-6 months my Mom will be walking. And then my Mom stayed at home. She said to me while she at home she dont really have any Physical Therapy to help her. Except her Sister she help to exercise her legs sometimes. That is really big different because there is no Proffessional Therapist help my Mom that time. We dont have money. I was to small then 4 years old. I cant remember what is really happened to my Mom. My older sister she is 11 years old. She is the one taking care of me, as well as my 6 years old brother.Thats why untill now still hoping, If my mom have the chance to walk again. My youngest brother is 24 years old. Thats the time she starts cant walk after my younger brother born. Its starts in year 1987- up to this year 2011. She is in the wheelchair now. As i mentioned in my first question. If i try to pinch her both legs it start jumping. she still feel a sensation if i touch her legs. By the way my Mom lived in the Philippines right now. Thank you very much for reading my long questions! Hope my Mom have the chance to walk again. Any Advice would be very much appreciated. Thank you very much. Have a good Day!

The best advice is to have your mother see a physical therapist or the doctor to treat her so (s)he can perform a physical exam and determine if she is neurologically intact. Pinching her and observing her jumping is not sufficient to determine the status of her nerves. Her muscles have obviously atrophied since she . . . → Read More: I ask my Mom About her condition when it really start. She said to me it start when she is pregnant for the 4rth baby.While shes pregnant,she walk with a limp. And sometimes she use a cane or a crutches. After the the 4rth baby was born thats the time she cant walk or stand.she have fearness to control her balance. In that time she is 30 years old. We have four childrens in our family. I am the third child on that time. My Older sister on that time is 11, my 2nd borther is 6,and I am 4 years old. I am to small yet to remember. But this is my Mom History when we are little. After my younger brother born. 3-4 months later they go in the hospital to check my Mom health condition. According to the Doctor she have a tumor in his spinal column. The Doctor said it really needs surgery. 2 weeks after the surgery done. They go home.The Doctor said 3-6 months my Mom will be walking. And then my Mom stayed at home. She said to me while she at home she dont really have any Physical Therapy to help her. Except her Sister she help to exercise her legs sometimes. That is really big different because there is no Proffessional Therapist help my Mom that time. We dont have money. I was to small then 4 years old. I cant remember what is really happened to my Mom. My older sister she is 11 years old. She is the one taking care of me, as well as my 6 years old brother.Thats why untill now still hoping, If my mom have the chance to walk again. My youngest brother is 24 years old. Thats the time she starts cant walk after my younger brother born. Its starts in year 1987- up to this year 2011. She is in the wheelchair now. As i mentioned in my first question. If i try to pinch her both legs it start jumping. she still feel a sensation if i touch her legs. By the way my Mom lived in the Philippines right now. Thank you very much for reading my long questions! Hope my Mom have the chance to walk again. Any Advice would be very much appreciated. Thank you very much. Have a good Day!

http://www.lymediseaseaction.org.uk/images/i02/l/03.jpg Above is a link to a tick I removed today. I came off very easy and I put it in a baggy. I then cleaned the bite area right away. What else do i need to do?

Lyme disease is a tick-borne disease most often transmitted by the Ioxdes scapularis (otherwise known as the deer tick). The risk of a tick-borne disease is negligible if the tick has not been attached. The risk is less than 1% if the tick has attached but has not been engorged with blood (swollen) and feeding . . . → Read More: http://www.lymediseaseaction.org.uk/images/i02/l/03.jpg Above is a link to a tick I removed today. I came off very easy and I put it in a baggy. I then cleaned the bite area right away. What else do i need to do?

Is my mom still have the change to walk again? what is the good idea for me to do or an advice. If i could try to pinch her legs it will start jumping. She said both legs can feel a little. Regarding her urination she said she cant urinate right? is something wrong with her bladder?She always ask me about MRI. Is MRI can help to identify about her condition?Is there any possibility that she cant walk again?.Hopefully she can again!Thank you very much for replying my question.

It appears as if your mother has sensation in her legs but it is difficult to say without a proper physical exam if your mother is able to walk again. That something is wrong with her bladder, suggests she has a spinal cord injury which makes her chances of walking slim without proper neurologic rehabilitation. . . . → Read More: Is my mom still have the change to walk again? what is the good idea for me to do or an advice. If i could try to pinch her legs it will start jumping. She said both legs can feel a little. Regarding her urination she said she cant urinate right? is something wrong with her bladder?She always ask me about MRI. Is MRI can help to identify about her condition?Is there any possibility that she cant walk again?.Hopefully she can again!Thank you very much for replying my question.

Current issue: An Instant INTENSE throbbing headache during physical exertion lasting 3-4 minutes followed by dull non-throbbing headache lasting for days. Average (for past 6 months) systolic reading of 145 dropped to 116 at doctors visit following onset. Other Recent Issues: Lightheadedness to pre-syncope during physical exertion (fairly common during workouts for last 90 days, though progressively improving); Postural Syncope within minutes after physical exertion (one time occurrence approximately 30 days ago); Kink in neck to upper back limiting neck’s range of movement( 10 days ago till current most likely from weight lifting, progressively improving); Above average “shakiness” in legs during workout (Twice within last month) Prior Occurrences: Incident 1 Age: 15-16 Activity: utilizing leg press Symptoms: While straining, felt a “snap” at the base of my neck. This lead to an intense headache for a few minutes, and a stiff neck for a few days. Incident 2 Age: 17-18 Activity: Receiving fellacio Symptoms: Instant INTENSE throbbing headache lasting several hours followed by dull non-throbbing headache lasting for days. General Info Age: 26 Sex: Male Recent Changes: Changed diet for the better about 5 months ago, mostly eliminating junkfood and eating a more balanced diet. Increased workout routine about 3 months ago, both weightlifting and cardiovascular (crossfit). Started taking “Animal Pak” (multivitamin on steroids) and weightgainer (primarily a blend of Protein and 5 grams of Creatine Monohydrate)one month ago.

Although your symptoms are suggestive of migraines, your blood pressure readings after onset of symptoms appear to suggest that you have a variant of dysautonomia. Dysautonomia is a neurologic disorder where an excess of either sympathetic or parasympathetic neuronal signals overwhelms the the body.

All your reported headaches occur during activities where the normal . . . → Read More: Current issue: An Instant INTENSE throbbing headache during physical exertion lasting 3-4 minutes followed by dull non-throbbing headache lasting for days. Average (for past 6 months) systolic reading of 145 dropped to 116 at doctors visit following onset. Other Recent Issues: Lightheadedness to pre-syncope during physical exertion (fairly common during workouts for last 90 days, though progressively improving); Postural Syncope within minutes after physical exertion (one time occurrence approximately 30 days ago); Kink in neck to upper back limiting neck’s range of movement( 10 days ago till current most likely from weight lifting, progressively improving); Above average “shakiness” in legs during workout (Twice within last month) Prior Occurrences: Incident 1 Age: 15-16 Activity: utilizing leg press Symptoms: While straining, felt a “snap” at the base of my neck. This lead to an intense headache for a few minutes, and a stiff neck for a few days. Incident 2 Age: 17-18 Activity: Receiving fellacio Symptoms: Instant INTENSE throbbing headache lasting several hours followed by dull non-throbbing headache lasting for days. General Info Age: 26 Sex: Male Recent Changes: Changed diet for the better about 5 months ago, mostly eliminating junkfood and eating a more balanced diet. Increased workout routine about 3 months ago, both weightlifting and cardiovascular (crossfit). Started taking “Animal Pak” (multivitamin on steroids) and weightgainer (primarily a blend of Protein and 5 grams of Creatine Monohydrate)one month ago.

What makes my body jump when I doze sitting in a chair?

What you are describing is known as the “hypnagogic jerk” which is an involuntary muscle twitch as a person is falling asleep. Hypnagogic jerks occur due to a mismatch of brain activity and muscle relaxation. Sometimes during the first stage of sleep, the muscles relax before the brain enters deeper sleep. This the causes the . . . → Read More: What makes my body jump when I doze sitting in a chair?