Sunday, April 4, 2010

Live we have to fight with it...

Wow..that another stage come to my life..since 9 last post.. no update.. no enter now.. its time for me to start new post..
10 January.. 1 month final, assignment and all things in mind
next 7 days- i have leg injured but still can walk.. its hurt n nice feeling
3 weeks.. no internet, since wanna go home
February- final exam week.. practical , find the school n make confirmation..
18 February -go home" balik kampung"
mac come... there is something.. u know my practical started at SMT dato Lela Maharaja..
1st week- life change.. set to my mind that i 'm a teacher here..come here to teach my student..know student means knows your self.. student is the mirror on how u re.. if u're good.. student behavior also good.. but if u can't control .. its means ..not faill.but a few .. a little big struggle u need.
Week 2- many activities.. sport and so on..until week 5.. MY sister was warded.. her sickness of neuron come again.. its nightmare.. DR dont know what is actually happen.. just follow the last report that shown nothin..but THERE MUST BE SUMTHIN'.. i feel so ..anxiety come to my mind i cant let her go . i must find the way to resolve my problem..but im only human.. now...
its like a GUESS WHAT activities.. still count the day that she can walk again.. dear ALLAH.. pls let my sister recover.. i cant take it anymore.. i dont want to loose her...dont wanna loose anybody...em, i have read her diagnose b4 n want to shere sumthin( got from wikipedia)
Peripheral neuropathy
Classification and external resources
ICD-10G64., G90.0

Peripheral neuropathy is the term for damage to nerves of the peripheral nervous system,[1] which may be caused either by diseases of the nerve or from the side-effects of systemic illness.

The four cardinal patterns of peripheral neuropathy are polyneuropathy, mononeuropathy, mononeuritis multiplex andautonomic neuropathy. The most common form is (symmetrical) peripheral polyneuropathy, which mainly affects the feetand legs. The form of neuropathy may be further broken down by cause, or the size of predominant fiber involvement, i.e., large fiber or small fiber peripheral neuropathy. Frequently the cause of a neuropathy cannot be identified and it is designated idiopathic.

Neuropathy may be associated with varying combinations of weakness, autonomic changes and sensory changes. Loss of muscle bulk or fasciculations, a particular fine twitching of muscle may be seen. Sensory symptoms encompass loss of sensation and "positive" phenomena including pain. Symptoms depend on the type of nerves affected; motor, sensory, autonomic, and where the nerves are located in the body. One or more types of nerves may be affected. Common symptoms associated with damage to the motor nerve are muscle weakness, cramps, and spasms. Loss of balance and coordination may also occur. Damage to the sensory nerve can produce tingling, numbness, and pain. Pain associated with this nerve is described in various ways such as the following: sensation of wearing an invisible "glove" or "sock", burning, freezing, or electric-like, extreme sensitivity to touch. The autonomic nerve damage causes problems with involuntary functions leading to symptoms such as abnormal blood pressure and heart rate, reduced ability to perspire, constipation, bladder dysfunction (e.g., incontinence), and sexual dysfunction.[2] The causes are broadly grouped as follows:[edit]


Many of the diseases of the peripheral nervous system may present similarly to muscle problems (myopathies), and so it is important to develop approaches for assessing sensory and motor disturbances in patients so that a physician may make an accurate diagnosis.

SHARING IS CARING.. so pls aware about ur heath.. see ALLAH EVERYDAY 5 times.. insya ALLAH.. nothing happen.. nobody can harm u.. ALLAH ALMIGHTY IS WITH US..AMIN

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