Doctor insights on:
Can Seizures Cause Joint Problems
Injury: If you are male, i vote for mechanical injury, & extreme sports are a veritable breeding ground for sacroiliac joint (sij) injury, i.e., ligament injury, ligment laxity, and sij subluxation (a partial & self-reducing type of dislocation). In my clinical experience skateboarding is greatest cause of sij injury. In females multiple childbirths and joint hypermobility syndrome are primary causes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check it out: You need to see your doc. Of course most commonly would be some degree of osteoarthritis, however there are many other causes. You may just have a problem with one of those areas or joints causing a mechanical problem with extra stress on the other areas. It would not be common to have oa in all 3 giving trouble at one time. I would guess the back as culprit. ...Read more
I had proteus wound infection and have had joint problems since can the infection be the cause. And will this cause any longterm problems to my health?
Proteus: This is an unusual cause of wound infection, and is often a contaminant in cultures because of its ability to overgrow other bacteria. It is unlikely to be related to joint problems and you should see a doctor about the cause of these. The wound infection should not have long-term effects if it has been adequately eradicated.. ...Read more
Pounds of Prevention: Whether it is excess fat or muscle, basic physics tells us p=w/a. Pressure is directly related to weight and since the area across the joint surfaces are constant, if you increase your weight you increase the pressure on the joint. Over time this can lead to injury and pain. Muscle weight, however, provides power and stability for the joints. Fat weight contributes nothing so try to avoid it. ...Read more
It depends: These are pretty nonspecific complaints but can be a sign of a rheumatologic condtion, withdrawal, or a brain tumor. If you are passing out and having seizures you have a serious condtion that should be evaluated by a physician to see what is going on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have joint instability( my knees shake when i bend them), TMJ type symptoms(also a joint) and basically joint problems. Can mold cause this?
Get a diagnosis: The only way to answer the question is to know the diagnosis. Some joint problems are treated with local heat. Other ones are treated with ice packs. For some types of arthritis, exercise is beneficial. For others, rest is better. There are over a hundred musculoskeletal conditions that can effect joints. See your primary care physician. If the diagnosis is unclear, see a rheumatologist. ...Read more
It depends: It depends on the cause of the joint problem. Most causes do not spontaneously resolve. ...Read more
Pain in the back: And the hips. Pain may also be present in the groin and thighs. In many cases, it can be difficult to determine the exact source of the pain. Your physician can perform specific tests to help isolate the source of the pain. The pain is typically worse with standing and walking and improved when lying down. Also stiffness and a burning sensation in the pelvis. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- Can thyroid problems cause seizures?
- Back problems causing seizures
- Joint pain caused by seizure medication
- Can gluten cause seizures?
- Can a seizure be caused by stress?
- Can caffeine cause seizures?
- Can cocaine cause seizures?
- Can thc cause seizures?
- Cause joint swelling neurological problems headaches fainting seizures