@drummergirlnancy What about the doc who did the surgery? Have you tried getting a lawyer and getting some compensation? I would suggest perhaps going to emergency and they could order some tests. I am sorry about your situation and hope you will find someone who cares. As for docs here, I am not that impressed, a lot of them are scared when you had something screwed up by another doc and they will not support you. They are scared to advocate for patient if they have to say that another physician did something wrong, and yes they make a whole load of mistakes all the time. I think it's their unspoken rule. I think the Ministry of Health is working for doctors here, not patients. Look up on INternet if you can find similar cases and yes leaking silicone can do a lot of bad damage to your body.
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Daily movement is vital to improving the quality of life for people living with pain. However, many of us have limitations and can't participate in a typical 5km run or walk style fundraiser. Many of these types of events also take place in major cities, excluding those not able to be there in person. That's why, for the 2nd year, we're inviting you to participate in our fun, inclusive, health-focused MOVEment Day on June 11, 2017.
No matter where you live or what your physicial abilities are, you can get involved to raise awareness about chronic pain and to raise money to support those living with pain.
Share your ideas, planned activities, photos, and videos for MOVEment Day 2017 on our social channels using #PainBCMOVEment; we can't wait to see what you do!
How to get MOVING on Sunday, June 11!
Hi, I am dealing with a gum disease. Two days before, I saw blood while brushing. I thought it was due to the injury occurred in the mouth while brushing. The same thing happened yesterday. Then, I looked in the mirror and found that my gum is swollen in the left molar region. I feel pain while touching that area. That area can be seen as reddish in color also. I told about this to my hubby, he told me that it may be due to some gum disease. I searched with these symptoms and read that these are the symptoms of gingivitis. This is a non-destructive type of periodontal disease. But untreated gingivitis can progress to periodontitis. This is more serious and can eventually lead to loss of teeth. My hubby told me to take an appointment from a periodontal care near Calgary. But, I have seen some home remedies for gingivitis. Before taking the treatment, I would like to know whether home remedies can prevent this disease. Is this disease completely curable? Help me with your valuable replies.
My girlfriend and I got into a motorbike accident about four days ago in Siargao Island. The road was dark and muddy, and the bike just went out of control. We don’t really have severe wounds but I can’t really say we only walked away with scratches. I have wounds on my left hand with moderate pain in my right torso. My gf, on the other hand, has a big wound on her knee and another one on her elbow.
We immediately applied first aid treatment on our wounds. Applied some Betadine solution and did hot compress. We’re both wondering what else to do for the daily maintenance. How often do we need to dress our wounds? Do I need to do hot compress on my torso daily? We’re out of Siargao already and in Davao to support her brother who’s attending an asian date tour so any medication is already accessible. Thanks guys!
We've also got a whole section on paced activities to help you reach your movement goals. We've partnered with the Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability (http://www.cirpd.org/) to bring you some webinars that could help, including this one on exercising and chronic pain.
Check out our other resources on activities on Live Plan Be! Then "check-in" on your Action Plan and track your progress under our "Manage My Pain" tab.
If you like, you can let us know here on the Forum how you are doing. If you are running into challenges, do not feel discouraged - it can take time.
I have several foot issues (bunions, hammertoe, pronation, and neuroma) and it is hard to find a shoe that I can walk in all day. Well, finally I did! I have Orthofeet's grey and red pair and they look and feel terrific and have great arch support. Will definitely look in to purchasing another pair.
Re: Parenting in pain...
I came across this article that was published in the Huffington Post a few days ago titled, "6 things I want other chronic pain moms to know" and was touched by the encouraging words. It is a well-written and humbling article, and it made me think of @Adri and other parents caring for their children while managing their chronic pain.
What are your experiences parenting with chronic pain?
I’m currently in the works of writing my own novel. I have no definite plans yet in publishing it as a book but it’s just something I’ve always dreamed of doing. I’ve attended different types of socials, events, and foreign socials to meet different people from across the globe but I still haven't found the inspiration I need to complete my book. Do you guys have suggestions?
May 1 to 7 is Mental Health Week in Canada. People living with chronic pain can experience a variety of mental health conditions, including depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Share how you are feeling below and spread the word to end stigma of mental illness.
We have some articles on Live Plan Be, including an article on trauma and PTSD. On Thursday, May 4, 2017, we are hosting a webinar on the importance of trauma-informed care and chronic pain with Dr. May Caprio.
Learn more about Mental Health Week on the Canadian Mental Health Association website.
Remember: you are not alone. If you need counselling services or other resources, please view the links below or talk to your doctor.
Chronic Pain Counselling BC
Peer Support Groups
My teeth are discolored. I am an addict to coffee. This is the reason for my teeth discoloration. I don't want these yellow teeth. I am planning to do teeth whitening procedure from a clinic in Toronto. My dentist told me to undergo zoom whitening. But my dentist told me not to use any more Tea, Coffee, Soda or Red Wine. But I can not imagine a life without tea and coffee. I am writing here to know whether there is any other supplement for coffee available in the market? Are there any tips that I can try at home to retain my color and continue drinking coffee? I have heard that there is typical kind of coffee available in Paris that will not result in discoloration of teeth. Is that available in Canada? All replies are really appreciated!!
My girlfriend’s old nanny (when she was still a toddler) has stage 4 lung cancer and a brain tumor. She got the news a couple of months ago and right now, she won’t last much longer. My gf is really depressed and keeps crying everyday day and night. I’m trying my best to comfort her but seems like there is little I can do long distance.
I’m checking out some plane tickets right now and head on over to her hometown to be with her personally. I was thinking if I should just surprise her or let her know. I already know where her address is since I met her during an international dating social event the first time. She’s really close with her nanny since she was the one who raised my gf since birth. Her parents never really took care of her as a child and her nanny was only the one there for her.
She’s been visiting her nanny everyday now, but when she heads home and contacts me, she breaks down and cries herself to sleep every night. I don’t know what to do. It pains me to see her like this and it seems like every advice I give would just tear her apart. Please help me guys. Should I surprise her? What kind of advice can I give her to comfort her pain?
On October 27, 2016 on CBC, The Nature of Things aired a show on a discussion on the brain and healing with Dr. Norman Doidge, author of the book, The Brain's Way of Healing.
The documentary discussed how science and medicine are looking at the brain in different ways and discovering ways to treat permanent, lifelong and even life-threatening ailments and diseases.
You can watch the episode on the CBC website.
What were your thoughts on the episode? Have you read Dr. Doidge's book?
Health Canada launched their Healthy Eating Strategy in October 2016. This two-year project will "help make the healthier choice the easier choice for Canadians."
It is important for all of us to eat healthy—and people in pain are no exception. Having a good diet can lead to increased energy, decreased inflammation, and other benefits.
Our Pain Waves Podcast episode with Dr. Caroline Coombs, a licensed naturopathic physician and health educator, might shed some light on this topic. Listen to the podcast here as she discusses the link between nutrition and pain.
What are your tips and strategies for healthy eating? Maybe you track your food in a diary, or switch your juice or pop for water at meals. Tell us!
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