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Inside of my elbow hurts when moving it?

Inside of my elbow hurts when moving it?

Might be tendonitis: A person who gets a numbness, soreness, or tenderness (to pressing on it) where the muscles attach near the elbow may have tendonitis . . . But he will usually know what caused it. The cause is overuse of the arm during the past day or two. Icing the sore spot and taking some Motrin can help. He can wrap the sore area with an over-the-counter elastic band, which will spread the muscle's force out. ...Read more

Elbow Pain (Definition)

Discomfort or soreness to varying degrees at the joint that joins the upper ...Read more


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Inside of my elbow hurts when moving it. How to treat this pain?

Inside of my elbow hurts when moving it. How to treat this pain?

Golfer's elbow: "golfer's" elbow is one of the most common causes of pain on the inside of the elbow. It is due to an inflamation of a muscle group that has its origin on the inner elbow/humerus. Anti inflammatory rx and rest from the activity can help. Physical therapy and at times injects are necessary, surgery is uncommon. Other causes include arthritis, and neutritis. Have a doc sort it out. ...Read more

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Tuesday gone did 40 pushups left should pain since then swelling and pain when moving my shoulder pain from shoulder to elbow pain at night awakes me?

Tuesday gone did 40 pushups left should pain since then swelling and pain when moving my shoulder pain from shoulder to elbow pain at night awakes me?

Shoulder pain: This is likely a strain type injury. Recommend rest, ice, compression, and an over the counter anti- inflammatory (ibuprofen or naproxen). If symptoms continue after this treatment for 2-3 weeks, seek consultation with orthopedic surgeon ...Read more

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The inside of my elbow hurts whenever I bench press/how many days should I take off?

The inside of my elbow hurts whenever I bench press/how many days should I take off?

It depends: Its either medial epicondylitis, a type of tendonitis involving the forearm flexors or else cubital tunnel syndrome, which is a pinched nerve on the inside of the elbow. Rest it for a week and apply ice 10-15 minutes 2-3 times a day and take an anti-inflammatory like Ibuprofen or naproxen. If it keeps hurting see a doctor for x-rays. ...Read more

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The inside of my elbow hurts when i bend it what could it be. I recently hyper extended it?

The inside of my elbow hurts when i bend it what could it be. I recently hyper extended it?

Muscle Strain: Likely strain (small tear) of muscle or tendon. You will notice tenderness, but not severe pain, or major swelling. Limit additional stress to joint for now. If not improving, over time. Seek further evaluation. ...Read more

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Elbow hurts on a daily basis. Any suggestions?

Yes : Without knowing the patient's age, mode of onset, duration of symptoms, and other useful qualifiers, the best suggestion for daily elbow pain is to see your doctor in person. ...Read more

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My elbow hurts when I bend it. Why could this be?

My elbow hurts when I bend it. Why could this be?

Tendinitis.: It could be as simple as elbow tendinitis, or there could be something wrong inside the joint. See an orthopedic elbow specialist. ...Read more

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Elbow hurts when arm is fully extended?

Elbow hurts when arm is fully extended?

Olecranon Bursitis: This could represent olecranon bursitis. Try anti-inflammatories, resting the elbow and go and see your doctor to confirm the diagnosis. Sometimes antibiotics are needed as well and sometimes it is necessary to drain the bursa with a needle. ...Read more

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Right elbow hurts feels like a needle pain . What to do? Surgery?

Referral to Surgeon: A sharp pain at the point of the elbow may be caused by damage to the soft tissues over the olecranon (bone) located at this point. This is often leaned when sitting which can lead to swelling . This could also be 'tennis elbow' due to repetitive work which involves constant movement of your elbow. I suggest seeing an Orthopaedic surgeon for proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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