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Do people with osteochondritis dissecans have a lot of pain?

Do people with osteochondritis dissecans have a lot of pain?

It can be painful: Osteochondritis dissecans (ocd) occurs when there is a problem with the bone and cartilage becoming separated from the normal bone. It usually starts in children, but can persist into adulthood. If it is non displaced, there can be an achy feeling, but if it starts to detach or completely detaches, there can be symptoms of pain, clicking, locking, and swelling of the joint. ...Read more

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Osteochondritis Dessicans (Definition)

A condition in which the bone underneath the cartilage of a joint dies due to lack of blood flow. ...Read more


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Do people with patellar dislocation have a lot of pain?

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Do people with patellar dislocation have a lot of pain?

Some do not: As with any dislocation, there are those patients with loose (or lax) joints. Some patients can experience dislocations without any pain and without any apparent injury. Their ligaments are loose enough to allow it. Most patients that dislocate the patella have an underlying predisposition (or problem that allows dislocation). An injury or trauma can then tear the ligaments that hold the patella. ...Read more

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Do people with tendonitis have a lot of pain?

Do people with tendonitis have a lot of pain?

Maybe: Tendonitis can be painful. How much depends on how severe and what body part is involved. ...Read more

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Do people with sarcoma have a lot of pain?

Do people with sarcoma have a lot of pain?

They can: Depending upon where the sarcoma is and what tissues are involved, patients with sarcoma may have pain. Often the pain resolves as the sarcoma responds to therapy but sometimes not. It is important that the oncologist know about any pain the patient may be having so that it can be addressed. There are many options available to treat pain. Pain is not a symptom to ignore/ put up with. ...Read more

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Do people with unstable angina have a lot of pain?

Do people with unstable angina have a lot of pain?

No, but.. : Many people deny 'pain' with angina. It is described as a 'twinge', pressure, more rarely as a sharp knife like pain. Regardless, angina suggests that circulation is not adequate to portions of the heart, and is a warning that heart attack may occur. Have it checked, control your risk factors, consider treatments recommended.. ...Read more

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Do people with femoral hernia have a lot of pain?

Do people with femoral hernia have a lot of pain?

Variable: The most common presentation is of a bulge just below the groin crease, typically with little-or-no pain. If intestine gets stuck in the hernia (strangulated), it can cause colicky abdominal pain, distention, and vomiting--this is a surgical emergency and requires immediate attention. We recommend elective repair of all femoral hernias due to the propensity for incarceration and strangulation. ...Read more

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Do people with esophagitis have a lot of pain?

Do people with esophagitis have a lot of pain?

Quite variable: People with esophagitis, usually caused by acid refluxing from the stomach because the valve between the stomach and esophagus isn't properly functioning, can have varying degrees of discomfort. Some have absolutely no symptoms and some have quite severe symptoms of burning pain in the upper abdomen, lower chest. Alcohol, coffee, large meals can all contribute to these symptoms. ...Read more

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Do people with meningioma have a lot of pain?

Do people with meningioma have a lot of pain?

No: Most meningioma patients have no symptoms. A few will have headaches and possibly seizures if the meningioma is large enough. They are often present for many years without difficulty and can be watched. ...Read more

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Do people with sarcoidosis have a lot of pain?

Do people with sarcoidosis have a lot of pain?

Sarcoidosis and pain: chest pain is a fairly common complaint among patients with sarcoidosis and some also develop a form of arthritis that can be painful. The majority of patients with sarcoidosis do not feel pain and of course patients with sarcoidosis can have pains unrelated to their sarcoidosis just like anyone else. ...Read more

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Do people with shingles have a lot of pain?

Do people with shingles have a lot of pain?

Yes: Both during acute phase with rash , there is itching and discomfort----, and they can get post herpetic neuralgia, which is very painful. ...Read more

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Do people with sever's disease have a lot of pain?

Do people with sever's disease have a lot of pain?

1: Severs disease is really not a 'disease' at all. It simply refers to growth plate pain that occurs in the heel of a child. It can occur in children usually from age 8-13 and who are active in sports. Treatment includes silicone heel cups, icing, antiinflammatory pain medication and often reducing the sports activity. Once the child matures the pain is less likely to occur. ...Read more

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Do people with pulpitis have a lot of pain?

Yes: Pulpitis is extremely painfull. If the disease is not treated the pain will subside eventually. This means the root canal nerve died. Not that infection is cured. You will still need a root canal treatment otherwise you can loose your tooth. ...Read more

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Do people with pancreatitis have a lot of pain?

Yes: Pancreatitis, acute of chronic usually causes abdominal pain that may seem to extend to the back. ...Read more

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Do people with endomyometritis have a lot of pain?

Do people with endomyometritis have a lot of pain?

Endomyometritis: Women with endomyometritis typically have fever and associated rapid heart rate, midline lower abdominal pain, and uterine tenderness. They may also have chills, headache, malaise, or loss of appetite. I am not familiar with exactly how exquisite her belly pain may be. Considering the possible complications of endometritis, such as peritonitis or sepsis, pain might be the least of her concerns. ...Read more