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How Can I Resolve Gluteus Muscle Spasm Every Time I Stand
Depends on cause: This really depends on what us causing the spasm. It could be a herniated disc or something else pinching the nerve, it could be a muscle strain, a simple cramp, an electrolyte abnormality or something ominous. You should take this to your doctor for a careful evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
When I contract my gluteus muscle, I feel this sharp pain. Doesn't hurt any other time other than the contraction. It has impacted my sex life. Help!
We are trying to figure out why I am randomly feeling sharp pain months after a deep cut on my left gluteus muscle. The pain has been off and on for months as I've healed, but it's extremely strong right now. Why?
Is there one medicine for spasticity and muscle spasms? Associated with neuropathy. Which is recommended??
Likely hCG: Sounds like a purified (non-recombinant) form of hcg: sometimes trade name pregnyl, profasi in the us. If this doesn't sound right you'd do best to ask your ivf doc. ...Read more
HCG: Hcg which is given prior to egg retrieval approximately 35 and half hours before. This allows the oocytes to undergo their final maturation. ...Read more
How can I prevent a charley horse? Every time i exercise, i get interrupted by a painful muscle spasm that lasts for about 15 minutes. What to do?
Muscle pain: Muscle pain and spasms after exercise can be quite severe. Keep in mind the kind of activity that is bringing it on, and seeing if there is something about your exercise regimen that needs adjusting. Hydration with water and perhaps electrolytes can help this condition, but look carefully and keep track of what kind of exercises are triggering the spasms and consult with your docotor. ...Read more
When I bend over I am getting very strong, sharp pains in my lower abdomen. Not every time I bend over, but last night it was like a muscle spasms.
One side or both?: If the problem is in the abdomen then you might feel it on both sides. If the problem is in the spine then it is more probable you would feel it on only one side. ...Read more
I get muscle spasms and charley horses often in my feet, hands, and sometimes neck almost every time i exercise. What do you think this is due to?
Dehydration: Try hydrating with electrolytes (like sports drinks, not just water) to see if that helps. Dehydration can cause spasms in multiple areas. That being said, if it does not help, then see your physician to see if you have any other issues, including anemia (common in your age group), electrolyte issues or metabolic issues. Make sure to stretch after working out as well. Hope that helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have stayed fit for years but every time i get the muscles in my legs and glutes to work with they go extremely weak again and im back to square 1?
Stay at it: It's very common to lose strength in gluteal muscles and hamstrings with age, as we do so much forward-oriented upper body activity (writing, driving, typing), even in exercise there is a lopsided focus on chest, arms and abdominals, so we become relatively muscle bound in arms and front of trunk, with weakness of legs, gluteals, and back muscles. Your problem is common, stick with squats & lunges. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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