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See your doctor: If these episodes are consistent, you may be having heart issues. Rapid changes in position can cause reduction in flow back to the heart that most people can compensate for, but you are not. You might need an echocardiogram to rule out heart issues. You may just be "out of shape" but you need to talk to a doctor to get started on finding out the answers. ...Read more
Elbow doesn't sit right. If arms extend straight palms flat iner elbow faces up. No trama. Just noticed when stretching. No pain. Stiff movement.
Hyper extension: Hyperextension of the elbow in a young female suggests joint hypermobility syndrome (jhs). Other signs (per brighton criteria for jhs) include ability to bend over & put palms on floor & touch thumb to inside of arm. Jhs of no great concern except joints have greater than normal potential for injury from severe physical trauma & evolution of fibromyalgia. Study yoga & avoid extreme sports. ...Read more
Eye movement & pain: A most difficult question!. Many causes can be found. Only a thorough exam can bring light to this very subjective symptom. Most likely eye muscle related: thyroid myopathy, orbital myositis, residual sign of trauma that may involve the trochlea where the superior oblique "hooks", superior oblique myokymia of unknown cause and plain eye tiredness (asthenopia), more history is needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hurt [email protected] 9/12,still can't stand straight up/fully bend over,lift arms above head,hurts/pulls mid bk when lowering head,severe pain.Can ER help?
Been on bed rest for 2 months. Sitting upright I feel wobbly, tense shoulders, wobbly swimmy head. I put head between knees and head spins. This bp?
Not surprising: In a study of medical student, 3 days of bedrest resulted in weakness and dizziness with standing. It's hard to imagine a recommendation of bedrest for 2 months. It would be expected to be associated with a high risk of blood clots in ones legs and resultant pulmonary embolism, and osteoporosis. Physiotherapy can greatly help in achieving a recovery. ...Read more
Neck cracks if I move head up down/side to side. Chin tingles. Pain under belly button but across entire lower body, shingles? 1.8 cm slip L5-S1 too.
Multiple: All those things are not likely related to a single cause. The neck cracking is likely Crepitance related to early arthritis in the facet joints, this is called cervical Spondylosis. It would not likely be related to the other issues you mentioned. You might consider a good medical checkup to discuss with your primary care doctor. ...Read more
Chills every night. Woozy esp. When standing or sitting. Feels like have to hold head on. Neck muscles sore. No fever. Pulse 110. Wobbly legs walking.
Bad muscle weakness, can't walk or keep arms up long. Stairs, standing up hard. Resisted rheum pushing arms, legs. Read this shows nrml strngth?
See details: Something does not compute here. I am not certain how truly weak you can be if the rheumatologist found normal strength on exam. Get an opinion with a neurologist. ...Read more
No.: If this popping is associated with pain, then you should have your doctor check it out. ...Read more
When I sit and slump my back and flex neck chin towards chest it hurts all the way down my spine. When try stretch legs more pain. Neural tension?Why?
AWKWARD POSITION: Sitting in a chronic awkward position can cause pain. Stretching exercses can be helpful to alleviate any stress from you position. Try standing head back arms out to the sides and then arch you back and hold. Arms over your head stretch on your toes as high as you can go toward touching the ceiling and hold. Now bend down and get as close as you can to palms on the floor with legs straight. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tightness/bloating under rib cage, slightly to right. Sitting down, some relief. First standing feel tight ball- better when I stand or lie down.Help?
Needs further eval!!: At your age, need to know duration/ onset of symptoms, need physical exam!! Our concern is missing a tumor or malignancy!!Labs and imaging with CT or at least sonogram, symptoms could mean Gallbladder problems- gallstones? What other symptoms? Weight loss? Urine changes? Bowel changes? Food makes symptoms worse??! Best if seen by internal medicine, GI or surgeon! Good Luck ...Read more
Horizontal soft oval lump above belly button. Goes away when laying down but there when standing and sitting.
Possible hernia: It sounds like you may have a small midline hernia. If it is small and not causing any pain you do not need to do anything. If it is causing discomfort or you are just uncomfortable having it you can consult a general surgeon about having it repaired. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There just isn't: enough information to be able to determine cause. However, there isn't an actual question here. So, consider resubmitting with a clear and specific question. ...Read more
When i stand up & when i lay down i get lightheadedness, my ears feel plug, my checks, eyes, forehead feels pressure, nose is stuffy & cough?
Standing up my forehead fills up with pressure looking down \u0026 then raising head i feel like there's thick liquid moving in my forehead. Sinuses?
Could be: A fluid filled sinus have entered or md v examine you. ...Read more
A neurologist should: Check you, there is something going on. ...Read more
Hard to say?: Without a picture or an exam, i don't believe anyone can tell you. Repharase your quesition and give more information. Age would ben nice to know. Any trauma. Since birth? Do your relatives look the same? Interesting question but just can't answer based on your limited question. Sorry! that is my flat-out answer! ...Read more
Tell us about it.: We would need to more information about your headache to help you determine a cause and treatment. Migraine? Sinus? Tension? Cluster? There are several types of headache, and they have different treatments and garner different levels of concern. How about a consult with one of us? We'd be happy to try to help. ...Read more
Protective secretion: Skin may become oily for a number of reasons. It has many small glands used to provide a thin covering of oil-like secretions often accumulated from proteins in the skin. This protects the skin from dehydration, bacteria and other elements. Depending on diet, health and genetics your skin may release more or less oil than the next person. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Back to sleep: Pediatricians now universally recommend putting babies to sleep on their backs to avoid sids (sudden infant death syndrome). Since a babies' skull bones do not fuse together until about 15 months of age, they move causing a flattening of the back of the head. This is temporary, as long as you give your baby plenty of "tummy time" when she is awake. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It isn't tough: Facial skin can be delicate and only becomes tough and leathery from sun damage. The scalp is protected by hair but if the hair is gone it will easily sunburn. The face and scalp should be treated differently. Wash your face with approprite cleanser for the face and wash your sclp with shampoo. Use sunscreen for both. ...Read more
Muscles: The back of the head is a funnel for all the stress in your neck and shoulders to collect and can drive you crazy. Think flesh=muscles/tissue and not bone/ligament/disc/nerves. Start self-care with a wellness program of vits, magnesium glycinate, sleep hygiene, exercise, self/pro massage, acupressure, chiropractor, yoga, heat, epsom tub soaking, and stretching. In my practice, I use acupuncture. ...Read more