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A 24-year-old female asked:

i have muscles pain what should i take.?

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Dr. Anthony Leazzo
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Depends: Need to find out why your muscles ache. If it's from exercise tylenol (acetaminophen) or Motrin and extra water. If it is from a medication consult your doctor about stopping the medication. If it is unprovoked pain then see your doctor for an evaluation.

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What can I do to keep my muscles from getting too painful?

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Dr. Betty Keller
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Yoga: Try yoga, gentle stretching, deep breathing, warm bath, meditation, regular exercise, massage and acupuncture. All these treatments can help reduce pain.
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Does icy hot really relax your muscles, or does the heat just distract you from the pain?

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Heat packs: Heat does actually tend to relax the muscles, a benefit we are get from sitting in a hot tub or taking a hot shower. It also, however, distracts from the pain. So you get both benefits.
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Pain/cramp on left rib cage. Could it be something serious? How do you know it's just the rib muscles?

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Dr. Mark Weston
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Probably not: Concerning chest pain is exertional pattern short lived random pain at rest is usually a rib muscle spasm chest everytime you walk up hill is concerning.
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A 25-year-old female asked:

Is there a muscle problem where you don't feel pain?

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Dr. Bahman Omrani
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Anesthesia: This is usually from a nerve problem (peripheral or central nervous system). The mechanism may involve where the tiny nerve ending come in contact with muscle, but still considered a nerve problem for the most part.
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What could be reason for pain & tenderness in various muscles?

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Any exercise: To be sore after exercise, especially if strenuous, is normal. If there is no exercise associated with it and if there is stiffness and is more in the morning would see a doc to rule out a rheumatological disorder.

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