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Headache After Falling Down Stairs
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
Hard to say: There are a lot of complicated fluid shifts with head down/head up exercises. However this sounds a bit unusual. More commonly people feel pain when going upside down. If the symptom is bothersome you should get a medical evaluation by a neurologist. ...Read more
Severe back pain&sudden leg numbness like when it falls asleep when change sitting or laying positions cause?Hist:coffee table fell on back 2-3yrs ago
Tailbone pain: Pain in the tail bone, or coccyx, is very common after trauma to the buttocks area. In most causes, the pain is caused by a bone bruise (contusion) and can be relieved by anti-inflammatories and ice -- this pain may last from 4-6 weeks -- the good news is that the coccyx is difficult to fracture. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wen walking u became off balance sudden and like dizzy spell feeling wen walking and head straight then looking down and up again head spins?
Positional vertigo: is one possibility. Having otoliths in one of the semicircular canals may trigger vertigo with a change in head position relative to gravity ( looking down the looking up ) Another possibility is a neck problem ( stimulation of a position sensor or less likely a compromise of blood flow) A third possibility is POTS ( autonomic failure) Read about these things and if the problem persists see a Dr. ...Read more
Dizzy lying/climbing: May be reflux, with or without h pylori an infection of the stomach elevate head of bed with pillow under mattress try ranitidine /prevecid , maybe pulmonary -asthma , when you lie down you compress your lungs, rarely could be cardiac (rarely asymmetric hypertrophy need echo) or brain/ear . Would f/u today with urgent care /doctor ...Read more
Neck pain, tensions headache, some dizziness after lifting head an getting up from uncomfortable 2 hour lying on sofa. Slowly getting better, normal?
More info needed: Your dizziness associated with laying down and getting up can be caused by many conditions. Dizziness has many causes and in order to establish a diagnosis a thorough history and physical examination are necessary. Your should start by seeing your primary physician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not Uncommon: Obviously age, previous back problems or other musculoskeletal problems could make the fall more serious. Doubt fracture of the spine unless pain excruciatating. Most likely muscle sprain/strain/bruise. Also head injury needs to be watched for. Watch for any headaches, vision changes, nausea or vomitting, or any other neurological complaints. You may need to be looked at by physician. ...Read more
Fell of JetSki. Thigh hurts walking , standing sitting. Can't press down on bike pedal. Going up and downstairs hurts. And a pickle feeling sitting .
Charlie horse: Sounds like a contusion of the quadrates muscles of the anterior thigh, commonly known as a charlie horse. Rest , anti-inflammatories, stretching and ice should help. If not seek further care. ...Read more
Fell down the stairs last night and landed on my head (tile floor), little cut on goose egg. Real tired, bad headache, a bit lightheaded. Concussion?
I am experiencing dizziness (worsened by: changing head position, lying flat, sitting upright) .when the Dizziness starts my eyes start jumping ..
Severe back pain only when laying down, at night, or standing after sitting. Switching positions in bed does nothing. Bad Headache when awake?
Pelvic girdle ?: 38y w. HA, back pain lying/standing, not sitting. Sitting: both ischial prominences contact seat surface forcing sacroiliac joints, SIJ, into neutral anatomic positions. Sleep: surface ground forces translate around pelvic bony ring to loose/pained SIJ. Standing: upper body weight upon SIJ's; torquing loose SIJ. Loose SIJ evokes functional scoliosis as upright, head tilt & neck muscle tension HA. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lower back pain when standing or walking slowly (shopping pace). Relieved by brisk walking, lying down or bending forward . In my 20s, no prior trauma?
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