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Does Having Long Arms And Legs Mean Your Going To End Up Taller
I'm f, 5'6(tall), thin, long arms&legs, hands r big w/long fingers &are flexible, but my body is not flexible, narrow face&jaw, do I have Marfan syndrome?
I am a 25-year-old african american female with extremely long legs, long arms, and a very short torso. I suffer from mid and lower back pain. Is there a way to lengthen my torso at this age?
Genetics: Your profile says you are 50. At that point you are not going to grow, no matter how long your arms are! If you are a teen using your parents Healthtap site, then final height is not related to your arm length. Whether you grow taller is determined by whether you are through with puberty or not and if your growth plates on your leg bones have closed. ...Read more
I'm on cyclobenzaprine for hernia discs, stopped taking them. How long will my arms and legs feel like rubber with no strengthk?
Nonspecific, but: May be indicative of medication reaction, such as anti-platelet drug group, acquisition of a clotting disorder, such as thrombocytopenia of any sort, and can be an issue in such severe events like bacterial endocarditis, or meningococcal meningitis, or Ebola, but you do NOT have any of these, of course. Have your doctor do some hematological testing. ...Read more
Hello. I started working out in 2013, then I stopped working out altogether. 3 years later, my arms and legs look smaller and I gained weight. Why?
That's what happens: When we exercise less, our muscles get smaller and weaker. When we continue eating more calories than we use up each day, the extra is stored as fat (awaiting the day we have a famine and need to use the stored fat). That's how nature works. To reverse this, one can just eat or drink FEWER calories than is being used each day, and resume exercising. ...Read more
My daughter is 10 years old. She has very long and thick hairs on her arms and legs. Please tell me what, s the solution? '
Hairy: There can be many causes for your childs hair growth including hereditary. It is best to consult yourdoctorfor evaluation. ...Read more
— inadequate nutrition; protein in particular is low
— tumor clogging the lymphatics which normally drain fluid out of the limbs. This is rare for more than one limb to be affected.
— heart is not adequately pumping fluid through the body
— kidneys are not effectively "letting go" of excess fluid through urination
— certain medications (especially steroids like prednisone) can cause this. ...Read more
What does it mean when you're 31weeks and the arms and legs are measuring 2weeks behind at sonogram screening
Not much: Because you are 3/4 of the way through your pregnancy, those ultrasound measurements are less and less accurate regarding due date calculation. Now, we are entering into the arena of size/shape variability. This is probably completely normal. At this point, the most important things on ultrasound are heart, brain, kidney, and other vital organ evaluations. You have 9 weeks of booties to knit! ...Read more
Who cares just start: If you were previously in good shape, it will likely take less time, but it takes anybody time to adapt to exercise. The rule of thumb is that it takes twice as long as the time away from the gym to return to your previous level (eg 1 month away takes 2 months to recover). If you have been gone for a while, give yourself at least 3-6 months to work back into shape. ...Read more
It is possible but: It would have to be a massive central disc herniation especially if the spinal canal is stenotic or smaller than normal. This can be immediate or over a variable period especially if it creates a condition known as a myleopathy with changes occuring in the spinal cord which can take weeks, to months or years. ...Read more
Been breaking out in small random rashes for last 3 months. On arms and legs. Lasts no longer than 10 minutes and goes away. Justrred and itchy?
Sounds like hives: Which can be triggered by allergies, & stress. Sometimes an antihistamine like benadryl, (diphenhydramine) claritin, allegra, or zyrtec can help, as well as avoiding any triggers. Sometimes it can be associated w celiac disease and/or wheat allergy. Nickel can be another trigger. If it worsens please see your doctor. ...Read more
Sometimes my body suddenly feels weak, black dots infron of my eyes, cold sweat, pins and needles in my arms and legs and I feel out of breath and have to lay down I'm 21, 164cm tall, 52kg of weight, eats healthy and active. Diabetes runs in the fami?
What does it mean when you have been treated for gonorrhea, after two weeks you feel weak in your arms and legs?
Weakness : Not related so get examinedGet a more detailed answer ›
Is passing out normal? Every other day what do it mean when you have pin and needle in your arms and legs with autonomic dysfunction
No- not normal: No, passing out is not normal. Forget about the pins and needles for a moment. Focus on the passing out and see your doctor. Either your meds need to be adjusted, your diagnosis needs to be adjusted, your lifestyle needs to be adjusted, or all of the above. If you'd like more 1-1 information you may write me at: www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi Key Code: PDXFNR to make a virtual appointment. ...Read more
If a doppler scan of arms and legs comes back negative for blood clotting, does that mean there are no blood clots in my body anywhere else?
No, but...: It's extremely unlikely. Unless you have other symptoms. It is possible the small clot travelled to your lungs and would present as a pulmonary embolus. Ct is the best test for that. However, a blood test called d-dimer would be positive. If your duplexes and d-dimer are negative, it would be extremely unlikely to have a clot anywhere in a patient your age. ...Read more
For 2 months I'm experiencing involuntary movements in neck, arms and legs. They appear when I'm tired and in a bad posture. What can this mean?
My arms and legs often get numb if I keep them in the same position for "too long" it specially happens while sleeping, what can I do to prevent this?
? Pressure on nerves: It could be caused by pressure on nerves by sitting in one position for too long or sitting in an awkward position this is usually a temporary condition that goes away. However, it could also indicate that something is wrong. I would consider seeing the doctor. ...Read more
Couple of Things: It is unlikely at your age that you would have neurological or vascular issues causing your symptoms. My first thought would be to check a thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) level, alongside an anemia panel and suggest that you ensure adequate hydration in the meantime. A primary care physician can obtain the above tests and discuss the results and further thoughts with you. ...Read more
Daughter playing at park got a severe rash on arms and legs. But only where sun hit. Stopped at sleeves and not on face or neck. Sun rash? I have pics
Location,location: We are not able to see any lab or pictures you have to upload. That is reserved for the paid concierge site. The fact the rash is in an exposed location can mean the sun had something to do with it, or the sleeves kept her from touching the triggering factor. This could be something like poison ivy, or other contact agent. ...Read more
6 year old finished 10 days of amoxicillin 24 hours ago. Now has red non-raised rash on arms and legs, bothering her much. Is she allergic?
Allergic reactions to antibiotics can occur but more details are needed.
Is the rash blotchy? Does it fade? I would recommend being seen by your PCP. If there are any other symptoms such as respiratory or GI problems, please see the ED. ...Read more
Periodic months-long rash on arms and legs, worse with water and exercise, red small bumps, itches and skin peels easily leaving burning red skin,?
Dermatologist: For such a persistent, extensive and uncomfortable eruption it's time to consult a dermatologist for diagnosis and treatment. This may be a stubborn form of eczema that requires a skilled specialist. ...Read more
Rear ended 2 months ago, shoulder fracture (not broken). A week ago a jump caused shoulder pain. Now tingling in arms and legs. Because of the injury?
Yes, it is possible: That the recent trauma is the cause of the nerve impingement. Nerve impingement can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging disc or encroached upon by bony overgrowth. Rec.: see an interventional pain management specialist for further investigation. ...Read more
I took bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) last week (finished friday) This morning I have a red rash all over my abdomen, arms and legs. Do I need to call my dr?
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