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No More Pricks, Now I've Got My PICC

PICC LINES--A BLESSING AND A CURSE. I've had a PICC line for a little over a year now, as my veins were not coping with all the frequent infusions. My first PICC line clotted after 9 months, so I'm on my second now. As annoying as it can be to have a tube hanging from your arm, you should always remember the good it's done for you and how it is helping you now!...
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Our Top 5 Gifts To Give A PICC Line Patient

  We have compiled our favorite products for PICC line patients to look and feel their best while going through treatment and while using a PICC line; but of course, these gifts will help any one feel 'PICC'd Up'! ...
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PICC line vs central line

Vascular Access refers to the delivery of fluids and medication through the bloodstream. PICCs and Central Lines are two methods of vascular access. Learn the difference between the two, and what are the pros and cons of choosing one versus the other....
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Spoonie Stories: How You Can Raise Money for Lyme Treatments

My name is Heather. And this is my story.... I have been ill for many years, being diagnosed with multiple things, from fibromyalgia, to arthritis, IBS to TMJ... But this past summer (2015) everything got 10x worse. After many months of seeing (even more) specialist after specialist, I made it to a Lyme Literate Medical Doctor who is over 3-hours away from me. After a ton of test results, I was ...
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