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Has anyone ever had an instability in there back and has had surgery for it? Is so did it work ?


I have been told that my spine is shifting and the only thing to fix it is to have surgery. I am a little worried about having surgery. I have never known anyone with this condition. So if you have or have had it please respond.
I was told that I had to have a bone fusion.They would take a bone from my hip and put it in my back .
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If you're talking like rods and pins and fusion...seriously get a 2nd opinion.

My sister has had 3 unsuccessful back surgeries. It's ruined her life.  (+ info)

Is it a sign of mental instability to check Answers even on work breaks?


My coworkers are all off smoking and drinking coffee
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don't know about mental health, but it least it is not ruining your body like cigarettes and caffeine do!  (+ info)

why do women with breast enhancements suffer from mental instability?


I've never met one that could think straight and not come off bi-polar. just saying all that I've ever met were off their rockers.
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Can chromosome instability cause an individual to be highly susceptible to cancer?


Yes or no?
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There are lots of things that can cause cancer however not many of them has been proven yet. For now I am pretty sure the answer is no but in a few years it might change to a yes  (+ info)

Where can I find info on thoracic spine instability?


It's for a college assignment. And as ineffective as I knew it would be I did try googling it. It's too late for me to go to the library, help! I can't seem to find anything!
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www.painclinic.org/
spinalpain-thoracicpain.htm
www.spine-health.com/conditions/
herniated-disc/
thoracic-disc-herniation-symptoms  (+ info)

What questions do psychologists and/or psychiatrists use to determine mental instability and/or insanity?


I'm a writer, and I'm doing research for a couple of different things I'm working on. I want actual examples of the questions, not stuff like, "Do you see pink elephants dancing on my table?"
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There's no specific test for psychosis – it's a matter of the health professional recognising the behavioural and thought disorder patterns to make the diagnosis. Usually, doctors will do a physical examination, blood tests and other investigations to make sure the symptoms aren't due to another condition.

One of the difficulties with psychosis in its early stages is that it can easily be mistaken for something else, like drug and alcohol use or even just bad behaviour. These misunderstandings can lead to alienation from family and friends, and perhaps even difficulties with the police.  (+ info)

Are rituals a sign of mental instability?


I have a morning ritual that I need to share. I call it 'the terminator'. First I crouch down in the shower in the classic 'naked terminator traveling through time' pose. With my eyes closed I crouch there for a minute, visualizing either Arnold or the guy from the second movie (not the chick in the third one because that one sucked) and I start to hum the terminator theme. Then I slowly rise to a standing position and open my eyes. It helps me to proceed through my day as an emotionless, cyborg badass. The only problem is if the shower curtain sticks to my terminator leg. It ruins the fantasy.
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i dont think this is ocd or a personality disorder--its just weird.  (+ info)

How can I fix my sacroiliac joint instability?


Sharp lower back pain on the right side of my lower back.
I was playing basketball and I did a fast cut. I heard a pop in my lower back and I wasn't able to run after that. Three months went by and I hardly noticed it. Now it hurts more than ever since Ive been playing soccer
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How was SI joint instability diagnosed?  (+ info)

What are the cellular,molecular and genomic differences between BENIGN and MALIGNENT TUMORS?


AS WE KNOWS THERE ARE 2 DIFFERENT TUMORS BENIGN & MALIGNANT BUT HOW CAN WE DIFFERENTIATE THESE TWO UNDER THE MICROSCOPE?
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Well, in a benign tumour the cells are usually all similar, often very different from the surrounding tissue (for example if it was in the liver they wouldnt be liver cells but all a similar different type) whereas in a malignant tumour they are often widely different from the surrounding tissue and from each other.
In a benign tumour the cells will look much more regular then in a malignant tumour, they will have similar size and shape and be laid out in a much more regular pattern. In a malignant tumour the cells will be various shapes and sizes and be very muddled in layout.
Benign tumours generally have a 'sac' which they are contained within and malignant tumours dont. Malignant tumours often invade surrounding tissue and stretch into it, benign tumours may grow very large but generally they push surrounding tissue out of the way rather than growing into it.

These are just general things and there are always exceptions to the rule, but those are the basic differences.  (+ info)

How many different mood instability's are there?


what are the names of them all? I have only herd of bipolar, ADHD and borderline personality disorder. Just curious.
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BPD is not considered as a mood disorder because even though mood instabilty can be a symptom of it it is not always necessary for BPD to be diagnosed - it is considered a personality disorder. All subtypes of depression, seasonal affective disorder, any mania type behaviour such as that associated with bipolar, schizoaffective disorder & drug affected mood issues are considered mood disorders.  (+ info)

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