Health effects of violent teenage dating
459 comments Posted by Lisa Boyd on Hi, my name is Lisa and I had H Flu Bacterial Meningitis in 1980. Some problems are: Balance problems, loss of feeling and movement in left leg and foot, headaches, chest hurting, tremors and spams, bladder problems and lack of memory, I can only remember snipits of my life- when most people can remember their whole life. As soon as they found out that I had Meningitis they blame everything on Meningitis. Predominantly in my buttocks, Hips, legs, knees, hands and feet.
Music plays an important role in the socialization of children and adolescents.
Popular music is present almost everywhere, and it is easily available through the radio, various recordings, the Internet, and new technologies, allowing adolescents to hear it in diverse settings and situations, alone or shared with friends.
Jonathan Capewell was just 16 when he died of a heart attack in the bedroom of his home in Oldham, Greater Manchester.
His 17-year-old sister, Natalie, raised the alarm after finding her brother lying lifeless on his bedroom floor.
Recently from test results my specialist informed me I had very thin bones and I was no longer to continue with my medications, he said I would have to learn to live with the pain.
He now believes I have fibromyalgia and has refered me back to my doctor who will help me with pain management but that would exclude any previous medications so as not to thin my bones any further.
Most days I can barely walk untill I push through the pain and loosen everything up, then I get a little bit of relief but it doesn't last long. I'm finding it very difficult keeping depression at bay and I cry most days when I'm alone.
I can hardly bare seeing my partners face when he watches me on a really bad day. Between my doctor and Rhematology specialist's I've been on Panadeine Forte, Anti Infammatories, Prednisone and Sulfasalzine, I've had so many Radiology Tests I've lost count.
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