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Causes Of Pain In The Ear When Lying Down
See orthopedist: There could be many reasons for pain behind the knee. A pulse would imply a possible vascular source such as an aneurysm of an artery. A knee popliteal cyst or mass may also manifest itself in the back of the knee. Other common causes include tendinitis, early arthritis/wear/tear, ligament injury or meniscus tear. Low back pain may also radiate to the back of the knee. See an orthopedist. ...Read more
Lung pain lying down: This is uncertain and you didn't give any details. If this is just going on for a short time and you have no other medical problem then it could be pleurisy from a viral infection and should get better with time, can use Ibuprofen or tylenol (acetaminophen). Typically gets worse with a deep breath too.Did you overwork and strain a chest muscle? Could you have cancer or lupus - there are a lot of possibilities. ...Read more
Can asthma cause pain in your chest with the upper torso movement? When I lay down in some position the pain goes away. When sitting is worst.
?nerve compression: Clearly, your description suggests for whatever reason, compression of greater occipital nerve. Could be due to cervical arthritis, posture, and even an early sign of neuropathy. But is there history of head or neck trauma which may have predated this? Might see your doctor and get this evaluated. ...Read more
What can cause shoulder pain in front of the clavicle on the left side when sitting having back support? And no pain when standing or laying
Unclear: I'll say that "in front of the clavicle" close to the breastbone is the sternoclavicular joint. The pectoralis major muscle attaches to the "front" of the clavicle, but i've never seen a strain of that muscle hurt in that location. Other small ligaments and muscles attach to the clavicle, but i just can't imagine anything that causes pain only when sitting. ...Read more
Pain in the right leg that goes and goes, sometimes on the side, sometimes in the groin. Burns behind the knee and gets worse with cold. what can be?
Bursitis v. tendon: Your symptoms could describe bursitis (inflammation of the bursal fat pad underneath many tendon insertions) or tendonitis (inflammation of the tendon itself. Both stem from extreme use/overuse of the affected area. Inflammation is the pathological process. After 5-10 days of NSAID therapy (e.g. ibuprofen 600-800mg three to four times per day), if no better, see an orthopedist. ...Read more
What causes pain in the center of the chest? Sharp pain that intensifies when shoulders push inward. Pain comes and goes at random times
Costochondritis: There are joints between the ribs and the sternum in the middle of the chest. Some activities can cause these joints to become irritated. If this condition does not get better in a few days or worsens consult a medical professional. ...Read more
Pain on left side of body. Starts in middle of the night. Muscle spasm when breathe in and with any slight movement. Difficult to turn, get up, sit.
More info?: Is it sharp or achy? Is it every time or only sometimes? What type? How long does it last? Anything make it better? Anything make it worse? Does food affect the pain? Have you had any surgery ? How long has it been there? Have you tried any medications? Did they work? Did you injure yourself? Pulled muscle etc? Has anyone done any studies? Need a bit more info? Any nausea? Fevers? ...Read more
Muscle or nerve: For a young person, the most likely issue is muscle pain in the 'posterior chain" these are the muscles that keep you erect. These include the buttocks and the hamstrings as well as the low back muscles. They could be responding to a problem in the lower back.. Or you could have an si, sacroiliac, issue. You could also have a pinched nerve from a herniation of the lumbar disk in the low back. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heavy pain in left side & across middle of back. The pain in back takes my breath away. Standing puts more pressure on pain than any position.
Radiculopathy: Radicular pain, or radiculopathy, refers to pain that runs along the course of the nerves which exit our spinal canal and supply motor and sensory innervation to our lower extremities. Radiculopathy may be caused by a bone spur called an osteophyte in the lateral recess of your spine, or may be also caused by a herniated disk. You need to visit your MD and then a spine specialist. Good luck. ...Read more
Pain in the lower right leg all of the sudden hurts to stand on it goes down to the foot once in a while?
Sciatica: This sounds like sciatica or a radiculopathy that might be caused by a pinched nerve root. I would see primary care physician and consider getting an MRI for further assessment. If it is in tractable you might need to see a neurosurgeon for removal of the agent irritating the nerve or commonly a herniated disc.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sudden pain in right heel of the leg esp when pressing it and walking.no pain when sitting or sleeping.what coukd be the reasons?
Plantar Fasciitis: If no history of injury then most likely the plantar fascia. This is a thick fibrous band that inserts into the heel bone. Ice area at end of day, stretch this band, also the calf and hamstring. Do not go barefoot and by the best arch support you can find. If symptoms don't improve consult a podiatrist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Iliotibial band: It is hard to be sure without an exam, but that sounds like a condition called iliotibial band syndrome. It's a large tendon that runs from the hip, down the outside of the thigh, and attaches just across the knee. It gets inflammed sometimes and causes these types of symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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