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Just finished Presidone for bell's. Been having upper muscular pain(tender to touch) chest/back. Is it related to Bell's palsy?
Yes: The facial nerve is severely damaged in bells palsy, but then has to recover and regrow. As it regrows it will produce very strange sensations. It may even regrow down wrong paths and cause strange outcomes (jaw - wink, etc). This is normal course of recovery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mild cramping is: Normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
Bell's palsy: Bell's palsy is the term for a disturbance of the facial nerve to the muscles of one side of the face. Most are spontaneous and rapid in onset. The cause is presumed to be viral mostly. The nerve swells in its narrow bony outlet and loses function. That side of the face droops - eye lids and mouth with visual and eating disturbance.Have immediate evaluation by your doctor ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Statistics: Most human development parameters exist with a range of data over the whole population, and a bell curve is usually the shape of such data. So plotting birth weight will produce, for a given age, a range of weight, height, head size, length, etc. A bell curve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
37 yr. Old female.Weight, bp, cholesterol ok.Non smoker 10yrs.Tingling in left fingers.Pain in left shoulderblade, chest, arm.Doc says heart ok. Ideas?
Nerve injury: Consider injury to cervical nerve roots: C4, 5, 6, 7 and/or a brachial plexus injury. Trauma and/or arthritis can be the cause. You should consult with a neurologist. MRI and nerve conduction studies will pin this down. If you have any weakness in your arm, evaluation is urgent. ...Read more
A few weeks ago my heart rate was always above 80(rest) 100(standing),now its below 60(rest) and just 70-80(standing).Im scared,what could be wrong?
Without an exam, I c: cannot say in your particular case, but generally, the pulse varies more in the more healthy and more young. Doesn't have to be a problem especially if there are no symptoms of high or low blood pressure. Thru the main page, you can connect directly to me to ask more detailed questions http://www.nerdpocalypse.net ...Read more
23y/of. Feel pressure in chest&neck when standing&heart beat in neckforfewsec w/lightheadd&dizzy since i cn remember.No htn or cardiac hx:is it normal?
Normal? No: Can't tell you from information provided what it is...Recommend further evaluation. ...Read more
Doc saidblocked sinus.Sudden,bad headache, pain around right eye,rightside nose up forhed,behind eye,temple,achy pressurenow,cud it b sentinel hedache?
You've already asked the same question: Please look for the obvious possibilities, versus the less common zebras in medicine. That will give you better peace of mind. If you truly feel you have this condition, then you need to see your doctor or the Urgent Care immediately. First it's better to work up the more common findings that your condition can be. then proceed with the less common possibilities. Start by callung your doctor. ...Read more
My symptoms are: bels palsy, tinitus, hearing loss (all left side face) vertigo, sty in left eye? Help?
Pain above left eye,frontal,pareital,occipital, back of neck for 7days.had dolopar,flexon,nims,brofon.nothing worked.is it migriane,thyroid disease?
A few possibilities: Could be tension headache (HA),but they rarely last that long.Sinus HA-if severe-can cause all your symptoms.Onset & type of pain are impt: if it started in neck/upper back-could be musculoskeletal dysf.Could be viral or Zoster.Could be inflammation of cranial nerves.Time to see dr.Osteopathic manipulation may help if rib, vertebral, or cranial problem, sinusitis.Neuroprolotherapy could help. ...Read more
My son has cerebral palsy, autism, catatonic schizophrenia, seizures, mental retardation, lower left lobe of brain is missing, strabismus and was born?
Tachycardia: It's not unusual for young people to be able to generate heart rates to the level you report. This can be exacerbated by stimuli like caffeine found in coffee. Regardless, you shouldn't have a sustained heart rate at that level all day long. If this is the case, I would seek a formal evaluation. ...Read more