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Arm Disorders In Children
Arm disorders: An unhealthy medical condition involving the upper extremity. ...Read more
No, but...: Anxiety does not cause arm pain per se, however it does manifest itself in a myriad of ways, and can cause symptoms that are not in fact there, or magnify ones that are minor. They could be completely coincident and unrelated. A visit with a mental health professional is advised, as you can be helped! ...Read more
Heaviness and some numbness in right arm and whole right side. Very scared because I have small children and they need me.?
Need medical: Attention. Your description is of symptoms that warrant urgent medical evaluation. Please go to the ER. ...Read more
I have been having this problem for a time now. My arm will start to go numb then it moves on down. What would cause this? I have sherman's disease.
EMG/NCS: This test performed by neurologist or rehab doctor can help make sense of your symptoms. Also, please follow up with an orthopedic spine surgeon from in your community. ...Read more
Left arm paresthesia: There are many possible causes, ranging from blood vessel compression, nerve compression, brachial plexus compression, spinal cord problems, various brain lesions such as tumors, decreased blood supply, or partial seizures. More information is needed. More detail on what part of the arm, for how long, under what conditions, etc. I suggest you consult your family doctor or a neurologist. ...Read more
I'd like to know if when you are coughing or choking on something does it actually help to raise your arms? How bout children?
Heimlich maneuver: Best to use the heimlich maneuver.Get a more detailed answer ›
I love a married woman, she as well. But she has children &she also love her husband. I get disturb when I see her in her husband's arms, pls help, wht to do?
There's no question: Please do the honorable thing here for all concerned. ...Read more
I do not understad: Please more detail, about the problem you have? ...Read more
Itchy bump like rash on 2yr olds arm had for 2months since he had handfootmouth disease, what could it be? Http://i194. Photobucket. Com/albums/z119/rub
Rash: You should see your dermatologist for treatment. ...Read more
Digestion limits: Medication that is not altered by digestive juices in the stomach or intestines can be taken as a pill or liquid, be absorbed & work. If a medication/vaccine is altered by digestion or if the medication in needed quickly or at high levels a bypass method is needed. When appropriate, a patch can be used for some meds, but injection remains a dependable go to method ...Read more
Not typical: Main symptoms include resting tremor, muscle stiffness, gait imbalance, decreased facial expression. Pins and needles might occur transiently and later in course as a co-morbidity, but peripheral nerve involvement is not a part of Parkinson's. However, occasionally, medication side effects can cause "pins and needles". ...Read more
What to do if I have anxiety disorder, and whenever I get an attack my left arm hurts. Is that common?
What disease does it test for when they inject fluid into your arm to see if the bump goes down or not?
My husband has had a rash for almost a month on his arm. He went to the dr /given bascatration. Not working, we're worried its skin disease.
Failed Treatment: When a treatment doesn't work, the prescribing doctor should be made aware. They may have a second plan to try or want to re-evaluate. Do not keep using a product that is not working. ...Read more
Body Dysmorphic: Because your body type is on the heavier side does not mean you have an eating disorder, if you are concerned with your weight consult an exercise physiologist. Best. ...Read more
Mucha-habermann disease. I've had it for 15 yrs. It is worth having later treatment for the scarring? It's embarrassing in the summer on my arms.
It really depend on how spread you skin problem is and how bad the scars are
talk to a plastic surgeon, or a skin specialist ...Read more
Not really: Unless you have profound problems from a weakened heart, in which case it can lead to overall fatigue (but not specific to the arms) ...Read more
I have an eating disorder and I am having tingling in my lower arms and hands. What would be causing this?
Hand Eczema: Eczema, also called dermatitis. 'Hand dermatitis' is a broad term for any type of eczema that develops on the hands. Hand dermatitis often has unique causes, commonly job-related and can require specific testing and treatments. Treatment can be with potent topical steroids. ...Read more
I have severe osteoporosis -3.7, degenerative disc disease mainly cervical, and lymphadema in arm, what exercises are safe to do?
See physiatrist: A physiatrist, or doctor of physical medicine and rehabilitation, can make specific recommendations for you, taking into account both your other conditions and your goals. Upper extremity exercise used to be thought to be bad for those with lymphedema, but research has shown that it doesn't make it worse- and may help it! Your physiatrist will likely have you work with pt to develop a program. ...Read more
I suffer from generalized anxiety disorder. I have within the last few hours started to have pain in my right arm around my inner elbow that is achey.
I was bringing boxes down from my attic and one box had stagnant water in it and it poured onto my head & arm. Am I at risk for legionnaires disease?
Very unlikely ... Legionaires spread by DROPLETS (Not a SPLASH) Droplets are INHALED not ABSORBED from the skin contact!
Hope this helps!
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What are the causes of a reduced arm swing besides Parkinson's disease? Any clue what else might cause this no MS or stroke either? Just name some...
Check out this link.: Take care! http://m. Healthline. Com/symptom/limited-range-of-motion.Get a more detailed answer ›
I know I have that sweating disease cuz my armpits swaet so bad threw everything to the point where last summer they dripped down my arm. What do I do?
See your doctor: There are good treatments for hyperhidrosis (sweating too much). First, make sure you are not on a medicine that contributes — some anti-depressants commonly cause this. Before stopping them, however, discuss it with your doctor. Injecting Botox can be extremely helpful. Also, there is a chemical called drysol that can be applied before bed and works great as well. ...Read more