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Knee Pain Connected To Lung Cancer
Gen anaesthetic in Aug14 for knee op.Woke up with lung sharp pain on breathing lasted 2 weeks. Still suffering fatigue. Clear pet Oct16. Lung cancer?
Atelectasis: Gen Anesthesia w/ breathing tube and controlled ventilation can cause the normal lung to be under inflated during surgery. Once you are awake and breathing spontaneously the lungs re inflate to normal capacity. This can cause some pain esp if you are a smoker, Asthmatic, Obese, Obstructive sleep apnea, not physically fit. If pain and fatigue cont. see your PCP. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
I have lung cancer but,my right leg is so so painful harder to move walk sleep pain meds are not helping?
Seek Palliative care: A good pain specialist can control your pain. So you must seek medical advice from a palliative care specialist. Alternatively ask for help from a Pain specialist(they are available in every hospital whereas Pall. care expertise is not always available in smaller hospitals. ...Read more
Is it possible to have lymphoma & lung cancer at the same time? Are diseases related? Would severe, painful swelling of foot,ankle,& leg be a symptom?
47 yr old male non smoker w/ masses in both lungs from 4 - 6 mm found on ct. Mass on back of calf 6-7 CM leg 1/2 size of other calf. Lung cancer famil?
31yoF. on and off hip/leg/knee pain for 6 mths. Had baby 1 year ago.lately the pain seems to be burning. Dr says it muscular. worried about cancer. ?
M20. About 2mos I've been having left knee pain, gets worse when i excercise, is usually not there otherwise. What could this be? Scared of bone cancer
Not cancer: In my 25 years of being a rheumatologist… I have yet to see knee pain present has bone cancer. An x-ray would completely rule that out but it is extremely rare. Pain when exercising suggests a number of possibilities. There could be a problem within the joint. Is there any history of trauma? There could be tendinitis. The first thing to do is rest, anti-inflammatories if there is no contraindication such as stomach ulcers or kidney failure, time, heat.If it continues to cause problems, suggest seeing your doctor. ...Read more
For 1month knee pain and can spread to leg.Aches and hard to walk up and down stairs.Can be quiet dull or sharp.I'm not athletic 20 y/o.Cancer?Worried
Doubtful: Cancer is statistically extremely unlikely. Much more likely at your age would be conditions such as chondromalacia (wear and tear of the kneecap cartilage) or possibly cartilage wear and tear within the knee joint itself. I would recommend seeing a physician for evaluation since symptoms have been present for a month. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nerve inflammation: Retroperitoneal lymph node dissection possibly after testicular surgery or for other pelvic lesions dissects vessels and accompanying nerves passing from pelvis into the thigh. The obturator nerve and branches of femoral and sciatic nerve are in the dissection field entering the leg from the region of groin. Any post op inflammation or scarring can cause the pain symtoms. ...Read more
Dr found bone lesion on knee month ago but so their not worried and to follow up in 6 mths. Having knee pain. What could this be? Bone cancer a poss?
Your duty to ask: It's your right and your responsibility as a 21st century health care consumer to know what your imaging study showed and what the implications are. If it's classic Osgood-Schlatter's, cancer risk is zero. Otherwise, get the radiology report and see what you can learn. ...Read more
Knee pain and scared of bone cancer. Had cbc and other blood work and was all perfect. Wouldn't my labs be off if I had cancer in my knee?
Your doctor can chec: Pain in the knee joint is common especially in a person who is overweight. Most common cause is sprain, injury or damage to the inner linings(arthritis). Cancer is rarely the cause for pain but it can be easily checked out by your doctor's examination, and if needed,with the help of X-rays which can easily reveal cancer of the bone if it is the cause of pain. But Cancer will also causes swelling ...Read more
On and off daily knee pain. CBC was normal. No swelling, no heat, no lump just pain. Advil does not help. I'm not overweight. Bone cancer?
Likely not bone canc: Knee pain is a very common problem, it may happen related to overuse injuries, very often seen in athletes. Or it may be arthritic or inflammatory from other autoimmune problems. Knee pain can actually be referred hip pain, it may be bursitis or torn or sprained ligaments, or meniscal injuries. The role of your doctor is to find out which of these it is; very rarely it will be cancer; VERY RARE. ...Read more
Left knee pain at bottom and on inside, no swelling, heat or redness, very difficult to raise knee towards my chest the other week but now just achy. ?
40.1 temp C. Post nasal drip, chest clear yesterday, intermittent headache & knee pain. Fever came down for 6-8hrs then up again. ER trip?
I had a chest pain Pain moved in my shoulders which then i got out of the car and had severe pain in right knee. Pain not gone. Feeling numb in toes.
While sleeping i suffer from chest tightness mainly on the right chest and right elbow pain.I experience right knee pain too..What could be the cause?
Hard to say: Pains at night can be a normal result of activities during the day, and even arthritis which is commonly worse at night. Chest tightness is a concerning symptom, especially for a man in his mid 40s. It can suggest a serious problem like heart disease, or more commonly, reflux, or something like asthma. You have several things that may or may not relate. As you are suffering, best to get good exam. ...Read more
Deoxygenated blood enters the lungs from the right side of the heart and travels to the lungs. When you inspire, oxygen flows into the lungs, transverses the capilliares and attaches to hemoglobin down a gradient. At the same time, co2 diffuses into the capilaries and is expelled with exhalation. Oxygen rich blood then flows to the left side of the heart and into the ...Read more
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