Top 20 Doctor insights on: Breast stroke swimming
Over the past year I have been experiencing pain in my shins when I do breast stroke in swimming, I've never had growing pain so im not sure what it it?
Shin pain in swimmer:
Shin pain in breaststrokers is common and means you are getting a complete kick. It is basically a shin splint.
stand on a step, heel only on... most of the rest of your foot hanging off. Tie a weight to the toe of your shoe, and do weighted toe raises. Allow the foot to extend down, then point contract the foot to point the toes as high as they'll go. Hold at the top, and compress shin muscle. ...Read more
57 year old female. Can half an hour of swimming breast stroke every day be the cause of Trochanteric Bursitis?
Trochanteric bursa: As you might imagine, it is possible your activity is the cause. A good question is does swimming make it worse? Visit your orthopedic surgeon for a physical exam to evaluate your pain. You also have lumbar spinal disease and may have bone spurs or other etiological factors. Rest and modify your activity- try another stroke or use a pull buoy. Read:http://orthoinfo. Aaos. Org/topic. Cfm? Topic=a00409 ...Read more
Testicle pain: Strain of inner thigh muiscles and lower abdomen could radiate to testicles and cause pain. If so, then you need rest and less exertion during swimming. Sudden groin pain in men with swelling of the scrotum, nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain are symptoms of testicular torsion, which is a medical emergency. Seek immediate medical care (call 911) if you experience these symptoms. ...Read more
1/2 hour slow breast stroke daily for 3 months. Start to have bilateral golfers elbow 1 month ago. How can that happen? Have to stop swimming?
Cross train: Elbow pain associated with swimming breast stroke may signal overuse and/or improper technique. Suggest a coach to watch your stroke and add any needed corrections. You can also incorporate other strokes in your workout, such as freestyle. Days off or cross training with cycling will allow for recovery of overused joints. ...Read more
I swim overarm and my sister swims breast-stroke. We were wondering which stroke burns off the most calories?
Depends: How much energy is used for types of strokes-- the more energy the more calories burned. ...Read more
Depends.: Usually patients are able to swim within a few weeks after this procedure. However, every patient should run this question by their plastic surgeon who knows their situation best (for example whether or not they are healing nicely without complication) and is ultimately responsible for their care. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Tamoxifen & Strokes: Tamoxifen can slightly increase the risk of blood clots, potentially leading to a stroke or a dvt. This is not unlike birth control pills and is especially concerning in high-risk people (heart disease, smokers, prior clots). A similar class of drugs, aromatase inhibitors, is as or more effective than tamoxifen for estrogen (+) pts w/o the clotting risk, but it is only effective after menopause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fibrocystic Breasts 15+ years. Can't take hormonal BC (stroke risk). Vit E/Primrose/massage/no caffeine/diet no help. Other options for managing pain?
Good breast support: Unfortunately, there isn't any magic pill or method for you to alleviate your discomfort except one- Get fitted for a superior brassiere that can support your breasts which can eliminate the pain of "bouncing". If that is not affordable, consider an inexpensive breast binder for those more difficult days. ...Read more
What to do if I'm 17 (turning 18 in the summer) and I want a breast reduction. Will I have a heart attack or stroke?
9 year old daughter had pain while urinating after swim practice particularly after doing the breast stroke. Anything to prevent that?
Check Urine First: Your 9 yr old daughter had painful urination "after swim practice". Painful urination is a hallmark sign of a bladder infection and should be addressed before other causes are entertained. From here, irritations in the genital area can be caused by soaps, chafing, & chemicals (ex. Pool water). Your daughter should see her doctor to check for infection and irritation in order to address prevention. ...Read more
Having pain in my left breast and numbness in left arm and hand. Have had 2 previous small strokes and pain is different. Take isosorbide 30 mg daily.
Should I take progesterone therapy for adenomyosis if I have a strong family history of stroke, breast cancer, and migraines with aura?
No: It realy depends on your plan to have children.if you no longer wishes to have children you should not take any risk with hormonal treatment, and choose surgical option. If you are planning to have more children, then you conservative, medical, hormonal treatment is the only option, in spite of your family history. Discuss your options with your GYN. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My granddaughter is 6 mts old with in utero stroke and wts 5.2 kg. Constipation is an issue. She is breast fed. No bm x4 days. Dosage for miralax (polyethylene glycol)?
Can kid swim competitively 2 weeks after a small spine T13 bone fracture? One doctor said backstroke and breast strokes are fine and maybe freestyle.
T-13?: Most people only have 12 thoracic vertebrae. The ones below are your lumbar vertebrae. Is this what you mean? ...Read more
Can kid swim competitively 2 weeks after a small spine T11 bone fracture? One doctor said backstroke and breast strokes are fine and maybe freestyle.
Dad had a stroke jan, in hospital they done vascular scan neck lack of blood going to brain so had op he now dizzy alltime an got lump ribs by breast?
Complicated: Carotid surgery doesn't generally cause dizziness but his underlying cerebrovascular disease might. Strokes involving the cerebellum (which is not supplied by the carotids) cause intense dizziness. I simply cannot think of anyway that carotid surgery or stroke would cause a lump on the chest which seems to be a separate issue. ...Read more
Butterfly: Is the highest probably followed by a fast freestyle ...Read more
Any stroke: You will get toned up and leaner looking, but may not lose much weight swimming. Many exercises cause a rise in core temperature, and sweating, etc. These can help reduce weight. The water keeps your temp. Cooler, and you don't sweat, so there is less weight lost. You do burn calories which will help weight loss, but not as much/fast as, for example, playing raquetball hard. Excellent exercise. ...Read more