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What is it when you get a burning sensation in your skin in the bicep area?

What is it when you get a burning sensation in your skin in the bicep area?

Work out: This can be from a good work out where certain acids are produced in the muscle but if not associated with exercise then it can be from a pinched nerve somewhere. ...Read more

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Help! I have burning pain in bicep. I don't work out so what are the causes?

Help! I have burning pain in bicep. I don't work out so what are the causes?

Muscle Soreness: Could be a tear or a nerve injury if you recently overexerted yourself. If not trauma or recent activity consider seeing a doctor to rule out bicipital tendonitis/tear or rotator cuff injury. Other possibilities include nerve entrapments in that area, requiring further testing and diagnostics. ...Read more

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Burning pain in my right inner forearm and biceps ?

Radiculopathy?: At your age the most likely cause is a pinched nerve in your neck, likely where the fifth cervical nerve exits. Sometimes these nerves get pinched farther down in their trajectory. At your age these symptoms are relatively unusual so I have to advise a formal evaluation by a physician even if I am right. As you can understand the above is simply an educated guess. ...Read more

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Tearing burning pain on inner left bicep can produce while bouncing or jogging it really burns but stops quickly feels like skin tearing no discolor?

Tearing burning pain on inner left bicep can produce while bouncing or jogging it really burns but stops  quickly feels like skin tearing no discolor?

Have it checked by: your doctor to make sure you don't have bicipital tendonitis, tears, or issues with rotator cuff. Normally it follows the bicipital groove, and can become inflamed or injured during athletics, and requires attention. Also, do get a 2nd opinion from a Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (NMM) osteopathic physician (DO), who can help direct it back anatomically into the groove to provide relief. ...Read more

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When jogging my left bicep gets a burning sharp pain sensation in it but mostly when jogging only. Its a burning pain i can point to?

When jogging my left bicep gets a burning sharp pain sensation in it but mostly when jogging only. Its a burning pain i can point to?

Bicipital tendinitis: Biceps tendinitis is an inflammatory response to injury or overuse. Most of us run with our arms somewhat flexed at the elbow which may provoke an already symptomatic biceps tendon injury or inflammatory process. A thorough orthopaedic evaluation/examination should uncover the extent of injury. ...Read more

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Pressing downward on inner bicep skin gives me a tearing burning sensation on same bicep right below that area very painful then area feels numb help?

Pressing downward on inner bicep skin gives me a tearing burning sensation on same bicep right below that area very painful then area feels numb help?

Biceps tendon: Sounds like you have injure your biceps tendon. Rest, ice, NSAID. The numbness is a note, but most likely secondary to pressure on nerve. Treat the problem and if you are not getting relief in a few days see your provider. ...Read more

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I have pain in right bicep I also have burning pain under right shoulder blade both come & go shoulder blade occurs after I've been standing awhile.

See PMR doc: You are a female in late 60s, and the tendency is for head forward shoulder forward positions. This pinches the cervical outflow, and pulls the shoulder blades up and out, resulting in soft tissue pain. See a PMR doc who will check the posture effects and can do EMG to determine if cervical nerves are pinched. ...Read more

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Touching skin around armpit a certain way causes burning tearing pain mid bicep very painfull no rash no discoloration two weeks now?

Touching skin around armpit a certain way causes burning tearing pain mid bicep very painfull no rash no discoloration two weeks now?

Radiculopathy: The nerves that come out of your neck form a plexus of nerves that povide sensation and motor control to the biceps and armpit area. Nerve entrapments or inflammations could cause your described symptoms. See a neurologist or gp to get checked for neuropathy involving the brachial plexus. ...Read more

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