Health Experience Network

See what others say about their meds, conditions, and symptoms. Add your own experiences

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How it works

1. Share a health experience.

Share a brief health experience that you or a loved one is going through, or went through in the past. It can be about a symptom, diagnosis, medication or ask a question.

2. Connect with people who have a similar health experience.

We will determine what your experience is about and will share it with others who have similar experiences so they can help and give you feedback.

3. Get personalized experiences and health news in a custom feed.

You specify what you want to read about.
You choose the medication, symptoms, conditions, procedures and doctors you want to ‘follow’ and we will filter the information for you.

4. The more you share, the more you learn.

The more you open yourself up to the community, the more it will help you and educate you. Share your experiences with no restrictions.

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Health Experiences
jbrook
jbrook

A few months ago my wife woke up and noticed blood in her urine. We became very afraid especially after looking in up on Google and reading about bladder cancer. She went to her general doctor who sent her to a urologist. She had an ultrasound, a CAT scan and a cystoscopy. Finally they found nothing wrong and the blood went away.

maryp
maryp

I have been having headaches for a long time and I never mentioned it to a doctor. Finally after I got health insurance i went to the doctor. She ordered an MRI of my brain and said everything was ok. Then she told me I had migraine headache and gave me a medicine called Imitrex. It works great for me.

theone
theone

My doctor said I have high cholesterol. My total cholesterol is 250 and my LDL is 185. So he said I need to take a medicine called Lipitor. I am afraid of side effects. I have read that some people get problems with their muscles and get pain from it.

davidsancious
davidsancious

My asthmatic symptoms have been relevant to my life and health since I was a child. The good thing is that the symptoms have improved after I reached adulthood, most likely due to certain lifestyle changes such as having a better diet and living space. My worst asthma was during my days of living in a small and unhealthy apartment.

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