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Does A Space Maintainer Cause Pain
Problems with my son's space maintainer? My son has a space maintainer on his bottom teeth, and there is a small bump or lump on either side of the wire from the spacer. It seems like it's causing him pain, but they bumps don't look real red or agitated o
What can I do for bunion pain management, surgery not an option. I ice before and after dance., spacers cause more pain. Pain worst when squatting. ?
Feel like Dancing ?: The key word in your question is dance. Dancing and bunion deformities just do not seem to go together without problems. You can certainly try the usual modalities that may offer some temporary relief at best. These include, but are not limited to, ice, ice/heat, NSAIDS(Motrin), topical gels(Zostrix) or even changing shoes. There has been some promising improvement of symptoms with Prolotherapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can aerospan cause bacterial infection if I have a spacer? Also what diff between aerospan & dulera (formoterol and mometasone)?
No: If any infection it would fungal, to avoid that either with a spacer or without, drink water or gargle after adminstring the medicine, the difference between aerospan ( flunisolide); an inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) and dulera (formoterol and mometasone) (mometasone/formetrol) is that the latter is a combo medicine, containing an ICS and LABA ( Long Acting Beta Agonist)1; ...Read more
Could a c reactive protein level of 28 be caused my hip spacer that was put in after hip implant wso removed due to infection?
Infection: Any foreign material can potentially cause inflammation in your body with resultant elevation of c reactive protein, however, before we blame that on the elevation, given your mention of previous infection, i would still rule this out as the cause of the elevation. If it has not been fully treated, it is imperative to control it until further assumptions are made. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: Everyone has a different threshold of sensitivity. Where one patient might regard spaces as a mild irritant, another might regard them as painful. For most patients, their placement is regarded as a temporary annoyance, as if there was chicken or a piece of meat caught between the teeth. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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