Who could explain this?

Discussion in 'Health and medical' started by Francispoon, Feb 22, 2004.

  1. Francispoon

    Francispoon Guest

    When i take my hbp medication AFTER breakfast, the sound and stress of my tinnitus stays on the left
    side of my head or where the old wound
    is. But when I take the hbp medicine BEFORE breakfast, the sound and stress of my tinnitus go to
    the right side of my brain.

    I am using a calcium channel blocker or plendil.

    THX

    FP
     
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  2. Bush Lied

    Bush Lied Guest

    "francispoon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    > When i take my hbp medication AFTER breakfast, the sound and stress of my tinnitus stays on the
    > left side of my head or where the old wound
    > is. But when I take the hbp medicine BEFORE breakfast, the sound and stress of my tinnitus go to
    > the right side of my brain.
    >
    > I am using a calcium channel blocker or plendil.
    >
    > THX
    >
    > FP
    Take your hpb medication before breakfast for a year, recording the side of your head the sound is
    on each day. Let us know if the sound stays on the right side of your head so we can then rule-out
    any connection between breakfast and the old wound. Next, take your hpb medication after breakfast
    for a year and let us know if the sound is then always on the left side. If it is, we can then rule
    out coincidence.
     
  3. Francispoon

    Francispoon Guest

    "Bush Lied" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > "francispoon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > When i take my hbp medication AFTER breakfast, the sound and stress of my tinnitus stays on the
    > > left side of my head or where the old wound
    > > is. But when I take the hbp medicine BEFORE breakfast, the sound and stress of my tinnitus go
    > > to the right side of my brain.
    > >
    > > I am using a calcium channel blocker or plendil.
    > >
    > > THX
    > >
    > > FP
    > Take your hpb medication before breakfast for a year, recording the side of your head the sound is
    > on each day. Let us know if the sound stays on the right side of your head so we can then rule-out
    > any connection between breakfast and the old wound. Next, take your hpb medication after breakfast
    > for a year and let us know if the sound is then always on the left side. If it is, we can then
    > rule out coincidence.

    The evidence has been overwhelming and i no longer need to wait for a year. What is bothering still
    is the difference in perception by both the ENT specialist and the mental doctor. While the ENT
    specialist emphasizes on the dilating effect of the hbp medicine from both high and low blood sugar
    levels on blood vessels, the mental doctor attributes ANXIETY as the culprit for my T. And while the
    ENT specialist is working on my vascular conditions, the mental doctor asks me to put myself on
    Prosac for a few months. But
    Dr. Nagler's description of Prosac and that of my ENT doctor scare the hell out of me. Currently i
    am able to sleep well without any drug. So I suppose i could keep it that way for a while first.
    And going through hyperbaric oxygen treatment has helped quite a bit. If all treatments failed,
    ANTI-ANXIETY drug will be the final solution. Hope i will never get to that stage.

    FP
     
  4. Jim Chinnis

    Jim Chinnis Guest

    [email protected] (francispoon) wrote in part:

    >> Take your hpb medication before breakfast for a year, recording the side of your head the sound
    >> is on each day. Let us know if the sound stays on the right side of your head so we can then rule-
    >> out any connection between breakfast and the old wound. Next, take your hpb medication after
    >> breakfast for a year and let us know if the sound is then always on the left side. If it is, we
    >> can then rule out coincidence.
    >
    >The evidence has been overwhelming and i no longer need to wait for a year. What is bothering still
    >is the difference in perception by both the ENT specialist and the mental doctor. While the ENT
    >specialist emphasizes on the dilating effect of the hbp medicine from both high and low blood sugar
    >levels on blood vessels, the mental doctor attributes ANXIETY as the culprit for my T.

    Both your ENT specialist and your mental doctor feel that they have "overwhelming evidence" for
    their (inconsistent) views.
    --
    Jim Chinnis / Warrenton, Virginia, USA Want to discuss Meniere's? See
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MenieresDG
     
  5. On 24 Feb 2004 23:12:35 -0800, [email protected] (francispoon)
    wrote:

    >Dr. Nagler's description of Prosac and that of my ENT doctor scare the hell out of me.

    ...........

    Pardon me. What exactly is my description of Prosac? I happen to think it's a great drug when used
    for the proper indications. What in the world did I say that scared "the hell out of" you?

    smn
     
  6. Francispoon

    Francispoon Guest

    [email protected] (Jim Chinnis) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > [email protected] (francispoon) wrote in part:
    >
    > >> Take your hpb medication before breakfast for a year, recording the side of your head the sound
    > >> is on each day. Let us know if the sound stays on the right side of your head so we can then
    > >> rule-out any connection between breakfast and the old wound. Next, take your hpb medication
    > >> after breakfast for a year and let us know if the sound is then always on the left side. If it
    > >> is, we can then rule out coincidence.
    > >
    > >The evidence has been overwhelming and i no longer need to wait for a year. What is bothering
    > >still is the difference in perception by both the ENT specialist and the mental doctor. While the
    > >ENT specialist emphasizes on the dilating effect of the hbp medicine from both high and low blood
    > >sugar levels on blood vessels, the mental doctor attributes ANXIETY as the culprit for my T.
    >
    > Both your ENT specialist and your mental doctor feel that they have "overwhelming evidence" for
    > their (inconsistent) views.

    They explain the best they could with what they know. Then what is *your* view?

    FP
    ======================
     
  7. On 25 Feb 2004 20:42:11 -0800, [email protected] (francispoon)
    wrote:

    >They explain the best they could with what they know. Then what is *your* view?
    >
    >FP

    ...........

    Don't do it, Jim.

    smn
     
  8. Francispoon

    Francispoon Guest

    Stephen Nagler <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > On 24 Feb 2004 23:12:35 -0800, [email protected] (francispoon) wrote:
    >
    >
    > >Dr. Nagler's description of Prosac and that of my ENT doctor scare the hell out of me.
    >
    > ...........
    >
    > Pardon me. What exactly is my description of Prosac? I happen to think it's a great drug when used
    > for the proper indications. What in the world did I say that scared "the hell out of" you?
    >
    Sorry, it was a mistake. The description was from another participant.

    FP
    ======================
    > smn
     
  9. terri231

    terri231 Guest

  10. Francispoon

    Francispoon Guest

    Stephen Nagler <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > On 25 Feb 2004 20:42:11 -0800, [email protected] (francispoon) wrote:
    >
    >
    > >They explain the best they could with what they know. Then what is *your* view?
    > >
    > >FP
    >
    > ...........
    >
    > Don't do it, Jim.

    I think you have just denied Jim of an opportunity to write a ph.d dissertation on a potentially
    challenging topic. Anyone who is given this opportunity to explore into this is given the chance to
    widen his intellecual horizon.

    But let me tell you what one doctor here thinks. By the way, so far none of the doctors I talk too
    is able to answer that but this guy made the following suggestion.

    He thinks the red spot as shown on the chart is what the traditional herbalists call the 'head wind'
    or in western medical terminology 'shifting sensation'. The 'wind' or shifting sensation could shift
    around due to a wide complexity of factorS and one of them could be the way by which blood vessels
    are dilated! That is the closest anyone here could have come to. Where that red spot goes is where
    that T goes! Thus you could see the another piece of complexity of T.

    FP
    >
    > smn
     
  11. On 27 Feb 2004 00:24:42 -0800, [email protected] (francispoon)
    wrote:

    >I think you have just denied Jim of an opportunity to write a ph.d dissertation...
    ...............

    I can't believe that a person of right mind would think that's what I asked Jim not to do.

    (Damn, almost did it myself.)

    smn
     
  12. Francispoon

    Francispoon Guest

    Stephen Nagler <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > On 27 Feb 2004 00:24:42 -0800, [email protected] (francispoon) wrote:
    >
    >
    > >I think you have just denied Jim of an opportunity to write a ph.d dissertation...
    > ...............
    >
    > I can't believe that a person of right mind would think that's what I asked Jim not to do.
    >
    > (Damn, almost did it myself.)

    Don't take life too seriously.

    FP
    =============================
    >
    > smn
     
  13. On 28 Feb 2004 01:46:58 -0800, [email protected] (francispoon)
    wrote:

    >Don't take life too seriously.

    ..............

    FP, theer are a whole bunch of people out here (me included) who are doing their damnedest to try to
    address your numerous issues in a meaningul fashion to the very best of their ability give their
    biases (we all have them) and their fund of knowledge. The only reason they have been doing this is
    because they are assuming that *you* have been taking this very seriously (possibly even "too"
    seriously) - or they wouldn't be wasting their time.

    smn
     
  14. terri231

    terri231 Guest

    On Sat, 28 Feb 2004 14:38:49 GMT, Stephen Nagler <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >On 28 Feb 2004 01:46:58 -0800, [email protected] (francispoon) wrote:
    >
    >
    >>Don't take life too seriously.
    >
    >..............
    >
    >FP, theer are a whole bunch of people out here (me included) who are doing their damnedest to try
    >to address your numerous issues in a meaningul fashion to the very best of their ability give their
    >biases (we all have them) and their fund of knowledge. The only reason they have been doing this is
    >because they are assuming that *you* have been taking this very seriously (possibly even "too"
    >seriously) - or they wouldn't be wasting their time.
    >
    >smn

    Instead of pontificating and chastizing FP you could just not respond to posts that you don't deem
    worthy of your time.

    Terri

    http://pub219.ezboard.com/btinnitusactivismandsupport
     
  15. [email protected] wrote:

    > On Sat, 28 Feb 2004 14:38:49 GMT, Stephen Nagler <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >On 28 Feb 2004 01:46:58 -0800, [email protected] (francispoon) wrote:
    > >
    > >
    > >>Don't take life too seriously.
    > >
    > >..............
    > >
    > >FP, theer are a whole bunch of people out here (me included) who are doing their damnedest to try
    > >to address your numerous issues in a meaningul fashion to the very best of their ability give
    > >their biases (we all have them) and their fund of knowledge. The only reason they have been doing
    > >this is because they are assuming that *you* have been taking this very seriously (possibly even
    > >"too" seriously) - or they wouldn't be wasting their time.
    > >
    > >smn
    >
    > Instead of pontificating and chastizing FP you could just not respond to posts that you don't deem
    > worthy of your time.
    >
    > Terri
    >
    > http://pub219.ezboard.com/btinnitusactivismandsupport

    That would be the Christian thing to do:

    To not judge.

    To be compassionate.

    Servant to the humblest person in the universe,

    Andrew

    --
    Dr. Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD
    Board-Certified Cardiologist
    http://www.heartmdphd.com/

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  16. On Sat, 28 Feb 2004 15:45:59 GMT, [email protected] wrote:

    >Instead of pontificating and chastizing FP you could just not respond to posts that you don't deem
    >worthy of your time.
    >

    .....................

    [No Response]

    smn
     
  17. On Sat, 28 Feb 2004 13:21:48 -0500, "Dr. Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >That would be the Christian thing to do:
    >
    >To not judge.
    >
    >To be compassionate.

    .............
     
  18. On Sat, 28 Feb 2004 13:21:48 -0500, "Dr. Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >That would be the Christian thing to do:
    >
    >To not judge.
    >
    >To be compassionate.

    ...............

    Oh. I see, Dr. Chung.

    Not to judge. To be compassionate.

    Like you were when you filed a false police report against me in Cobb County.

    Or like you were in filing a false report against another physician in Florida. Boy oh boy, there's
    some story to be told there.

    You are not a very good Christian, Dr. Chung.

    In fact, you are not a very good person at all.

    "Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor."

    You should repent and show sincere remorse. Eternity is a very very long time.

    smn
     
  19. Bob

    Bob Guest

    [email protected] wrote:

    > On Sat, 28 Feb 2004 14:38:49 GMT, Stephen Nagler <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>On 28 Feb 2004 01:46:58 -0800, [email protected] (francispoon) wrote:
    >
    >>>Don't take life too seriously.
    >>
    >>..............
    >>
    >>FP, theer are a whole bunch of people out here (me included) who are doing their damnedest to try
    >>to address your numerous issues in a meaningul fashion to the very best of their ability give
    >>their biases (we all have them) and their fund of knowledge. The only reason they have been doing
    >>this is because they are assuming that *you* have been taking this very seriously (possibly even
    >>"too" seriously) - or they wouldn't be wasting their time.
    >>
    >>smn
    >
    > Instead of pontificating and chastizing FP you could just not respond to posts that you don't deem
    > worthy of your time.

    Um, so could you.

    Bob
     
  20. terri231

    terri231 Guest

    On Sat, 28 Feb 2004 21:35:45 -0500, "Bob (this one)" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >[email protected]pam.mam wrote:
    >
    >> On Sat, 28 Feb 2004 14:38:49 GMT, Stephen Nagler <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>
    >>>On 28 Feb 2004 01:46:58 -0800, [email protected] (francispoon) wrote:
    >>
    >>>>Don't take life too seriously.
    >>>
    >>>..............
    >>>
    >>>FP, theer are a whole bunch of people out here (me included) who are doing their damnedest to try
    >>>to address your numerous issues in a meaningul fashion to the very best of their ability give
    >>>their biases (we all have them) and their fund of knowledge. The only reason they have been doing
    >>>this is because they are assuming that *you* have been taking this very seriously (possibly even
    >>>"too" seriously) - or they wouldn't be wasting their time.
    >>>
    >>>smn
    >>
    >> Instead of pontificating and chastizing FP you could just not respond to posts that you don't
    >> deem worthy of your time.
    >
    >Um, so could you.
    >
    >Bob
    >

    As could you?

    Terri http://pub219.ezboard.com/btinnitusactivismandsupport
     
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