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Home Remedies For Arm Pain
How do you treat arm pain? I tried using an arm warmer. Does that help or should I use some other treatment?
I have horner 's syndrome right arm pain I have had no treatment I am very afraid should I be worried?
Neck bac. And arm pain after doing 100 pushups. Had 1chiropractic treatment. Next day ccan'trrais. Left arm?
Probably muscular: "Can't raise your arm because of pain in muscles or weakness --if weakness, you need to see your physician....if you still cannot raise your arm when pain subsides again, should see your doctor ...Read more
It is 3 months post accident and my head, neck and back injuries are still almost as bad as right after accident and now I am having shoulder and arm pain as well, what should I tell my doctors to get the best treatment? My back has not been treated at al
27yo female, 7mm suspected bone island on anterior humeral head with shoulder/upper arm pain. Not on xrays 2 yrs ago. Likely followup tests/treatment?
Tested?: A bone scan can be done to make sure it is a benign bone island and not something more worrisome. If it turns out to be a normal scan, then recheck of the X-ray in 6 - 12 months is the usual follow up to ensure the benign nature of the lesion has been correctly diagnosed. More tests to find out why your shoulder hurts may be indicated..... Like a shoulder MRI Arthrogram. See your orthopedist. ...Read more
Have been having upper-mid back pain with right arm pain, xray showed mild scoliosis and mild spondylosis. I'm 29 f, what does this mean? Treatment?
Nerve irritation, MRI: Arm pain with scoliosis and upper back pain suggests a bulging disc in the lower cervical spine. If the arm pain is significant, an MRI scan will help resolve the problem. If the disc is bulging or degenerate, physical therapy and an exercise program along with anti-inflammatory medications such as Motrin or alleve should be first step. Spondylosis means degeneration of the discs in spine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unknown diagnosis, symptoms, treatment. Arm pain/ thumb pain/ jaw pain and fatigue proceeds schizoid effective disorder. Cycles back every few months.
See primary doctor: Arm, thumb and jaw pain can be related to cervical spine problems or inflammatory causes in the neck. They can be entirely unrelated to a schizo-affective disorder. You should have these symptoms evaluated by your primary physician (rather than by your psychiatrist) to get at the cause of the problem ...Read more
I have arm swelling after a 20 day hospital stay for Fever of unknown origin. Once home a few days right arm pain and swelling. No blood clots found.?
Chest pain left arm pain for 10 days, fast heart beat, 27, female. Ekg was normal. .. Cardiologist did no blood work. Sent me home?
Physicians trained &: Paid to look only for evidence of advanced disease. Though known >8 decades (from autopsies in US) that 1/2 population has arterial disease by age 7, humans compensate, arteries enlarge (not narrow) in compensation, thus no symptoms/signs for decades, EKGs miss the problem. Optimize: NMR lipoproteins, HbA1c, BP, etc, study https://goo. Gl/k6mQK9 my answers here & on the net (not dominant nonsense) ...Read more
So many things: There are so many causes. They include problems with the joints, muscles, tendons. One can get arm pain from a pinched nerve in the neck or in the bundle of nerves at the top of the arm called the brachial plexus. People who have heart attacks often experience pain in their left arm (although occ the right). Overworked or strained muscles can cause arms pain. Pinched nerves in the elbow or wrist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diagnose: It really comes down to the cause of the problem, and many possible causes exist. A detailed exam and possibly further studies can usually determine the cause, which is the key to determining treatment options. Consider being seen. ...Read more
Arm pain: Pain with arm movement is likely the arm/shoulder. Pain with neck movement suggests nerve pain from a herniated disc. Neither urgent if not progressing. Ok to try some nsaids, ice/heat for a couple days. Typically, these usually improve over several weeks. Pain that does not deserves a doc evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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