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How To Get Rid Of Pain In My Rear I Am Serious
Get a diagnosis: First step is to get a diagnosis. You might see a sports medicine physician, or a physiatrist. One possibility is "piriformis syndrome", which is a muscle pain in the buttock that can cause radiating leg pain. Physical therapy with specific stretching and strengthening is paramount at correcting the weakness that contributes to the pain. Occasionally an injection can help it settle down. ...Read more
I have a severe pain in the muscle behind my right shoulder about 24/7 nothing seems to be helping...I really don't know how to get rid of it and it really makes working uncomfortable?
Test Rotator Cuff: There are a number of structures behind the shoulder. One is the rotator cuff muscle. When a rotator cuff tear occurs, pain can manifest in the muscle portion on the shoulder blade. A rotator cuff repair may end up being necessary. It can also just be the shoulder blade stabilizer muscles, in which case, stretching and exercises would help. An evaluation would be helpful to isolate the problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My bro had seizures in which he fell on the ground it was serious now he has pain in his necknd lower back what should we do to get rid of pain?
I had meniscus tearemoval on the first now my patella has shifted and. have severe arthritis in both knees. What is a good options to get rid of pain?
See details: See a rheumatologist to learn your specific treatment options. ...Read more
Have severe lower extremity pain in both legs no injury been going on for awhile pain getting worse taking to much tylenol (acetaminophen) to get rid of pain help?
Leg pain could be: From a number of things, especially if it is on both legs. We always want to rule out blood clots, but usually that is accompanied by swelling as well. Another possible cause would be neuropathic pain, which would be common in diabetics. Medications are another source of muscle pain. I would have you follow up with your primary so they can figure out what might be the cause. Hope this helps. ...Read more
See dr: You probably need antibiotics and it might even need to be drained. One thing you can do to help at home is get domeboro packet and mix in water as directed then apply soaks over the area for 15 minutes at least 3 times a day . It is over the counter. ...Read more
Prescription Rx: If you're calling it severe, or it's cystic or on your trunk, you're going to need a physician's care. Acne's unrelated to hygiene and lifestyle and mostly unrelated to diet. You must manage it aggressively until it self-cures. Your physician may try an antibiotic or other Rx but I suspect you'll be offered isotretinoin. You've heard the scare stories, but most folks are VERY glad for using it. ...Read more
OTC vs RX: The questions is...Over the counter or precripton. Over the counter products are fairly good - creams, powders, and sprays. However, they sometimes do not kill the specific fungus. If 2 weeks of use does not clear it up, try a different product. Still not working....Get a prescription. Also, keeping the area clean, dry, and cool as possible is essential. ...Read more
Multiple treatments: Oily skin can come from overactive sebaceous glands you can start with a daily wash maybe one with glycolic acid to assist exfoliation, use gels versus creams. Consider the carbon spectra laser peel it helps shrink the glands at least temporarily agents like Retin-A will also exfoliate and my assist in decreasing the oils as well. ...Read more
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