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Chronic Adductor Magnus Soreness
I was sick&still have sore throat, but today I felt pain in groin area, I saw boil on penis&felt small bump, might be on adductor longus that hurts.??
See your doctor: With the combination of groin pain, sore throat, and a boil on the penis, it is important that you visit your physician to have yourself checked out. If you're sexually active, your physician will likely test you for a sexually transmitted disease. I recommend you see your local doctor as soon as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A number of things: At your age the most common causes of chronic sore throat: 1) Nasal or sinus issues (drainage/infection) 2) Acid Reflux 3) Chronic tonsillitis The first two issues you can treat yourself with over the county (OTC) sinus remedies - if you have nasal/sinus issues. If you might have a touch of acid reflux, you can take OTC reflux meds (zantac) as a trial as well. For the third issue - see an ENT ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had chronic acid reflux made my chest sore and oeasophogus calmed down now what can I take to heal it up dr?
Acid reducers: If it's chronic you'll probably need to take chronic medicine to keep the acid under control. Omeprazole, pantoprazole, esomeprazole are some of the acid-reducing medicines you can take. Some people need to have endoscopy of the esophagus every 6-12 months depending on how bad the acid reflux is. Your doctor will tell you if you need this. ...Read more
Check thyroid: Find a functional medicine doctor in yor area to help you thoroughly evaluate your thyroid with tsh, ft4, ft3, and thyroid antibodies and reverse T3 (liothyronine) values. Thyroid is vital for muscle relaxation. See stop the tyroid madness website for guidance. Also add in some magnesium glycinate 2 times daily slowly increasing dose till stools loosen, then back down by 1-2 caps - we are all deficient. ...Read more
YES: If the bad tooth is one in the lower maxilla, and one at the back of your mouth, then it is very possible . The bad tooth infection spreads to the throat and bacteria invades the area. Get rid of the dental infection and very possible your "neighbor" site will also heal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should physical training from an osteo help with chronic Achilles soreness? Mostly happens the day after running. I wear orthotics.
Not sure: Im not sure what type of training from an osteo you are doing. Usually the problem can be calmed with physical therapy modalities, ice and nsaids if it always happens after running you may need to change your shoes, run less or work more on calf/ achilles stretching. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I take Voltaren (diclofenac) IM injections for chronic pain, which usually cause soreness for weeks. How to deal with this soreness?
No, not usually.: Glands will swell for weeks after an upper respiratory infection, which causes drainage (briefly), but you said "chronic". I noticed gastritis and Prilosec on your profile. Are you sure post nasal drip isn't from GERD? Happens a lot. But look for other reasons for cervical gland pain or swelling. See your primary care, make sure your glands aren't a sign of something serious. ...Read more
Could be occipital: Occipital neuralgia is a condition that may cause tenderness on the back of the scalp. It is a little different than a tension headache- the source and treatment are different for example. An injury or problem with the neck is a second possible cause. Tension headache can last this long however and may also be the cause. ...Read more
Can anyone tell me what causes chronic tension headache when a piece of scalp feels sore and tender?
Chronic Tension-type: Headache can develop from episodic tension-type headache and the resultant headache is considered a chronic form. The clinical presentation is similar to episodic tth except for the increased frequency of attacks. The headaches are usually bilateral and diffuse and often have tenderness in the cervical muscles as well as the pericranial muscles. ...Read more
I've developed a chronic swelling on my instep that's also sore from a neuroma stump removal. What should I do?
It depends: On when the stump neuroma was removed. Please give more info. You can ice the area, and take an otc anti-inflammatory if able (ibuprofen, naproxen). You also should clarify what you mean by "instep." this term typically refers to the top of the midfoot, but i suspect you may mean the "arch area on the bottom of the foot?" sorry, wish i could help more...I'll look for your question to re-post. ...Read more
I have chronic neck and shoulder pain on my right side. I wake up feeling sore and tired. Any idea what to do or who to go to fix this problem?
Recovering from chronic inflammatory epididymitis. Have not had sex for two weeks for still sore. Is it OK to have sex once a week if cautious ?
Here are some ...: Pain inside the sac may be or not be related with epididymitis. If indeed related, treated, & followed properly, you may proceed with regular sex. Of course, make sure your partner has been adequately treated and followed. As to the reality of testicular pain, seek timely professional attention & counseling. Best wish ... ...Read more
What r some ways to treat chronic pain myself? I have migraines, neck pain, and over all soreness daily. Avoiding rebound only using meds everyother d
DIY pain relief: Some tips: Sleep hygiene = 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep every night. Smoking cessation. Adequate hydration, at least 64 ounces of water each day. Moderation of caffeine intake, less than 5 cups coffee per day. Stress reduction. Riboflavin 400 mg/day, and/or magnesium oxide 400-800 mg/day. Yoga, gentle stretching, massage, meditation. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can be causing a pain around the coccyx? I am eighteen, and I have had chronic constipation all of my life. About a day ago, i noticed a soreness above my anus, around my coccyx that has been gradually getting worse. I did not fall, and the soreness
This : This sounds suspicious for a pilonidal cyst/sinus that may be infected. This is more common in young men. If infected antibiotics and sometimes draining any infected fluid may be needed. If not infected then some recommend soaks but occasionally surgery to excise the cyst or sinus is needed. A general or colorectal surgeon usually manages this. Of course there are other possibilities so this should be looked at by a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer