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See a neurologist: neurologist may be able to find the cause and then treat it. ...Read more
What is it? I have ankle swelling, ankle stiffness, limb pain, ankle weakness, popping or snapping sound from joint, ligament laxity, ankle pain, difficulty moving joint, painful swollen joints (better by: splinting joint, compression wrap, ice, rest) (qu
Juvenile arthritis?: It may be an inflammatory process. Please see your primary care provider for an evaluation. ...Read more
Keep moving: Get check up then need to do exercises for strength, cardio, flexibility, and balance. ...Read more
For a few months i've got pain in my limbs/neck/back, morning stiffness (l/n/b). Dry mouth, unrefressing sleep. Blood test are -. What can it be?
Limb stiffness: Stiffness of the limbs = lack of flexibility of extremities. ...Read more
Plz answr frnd is hvng stiffness in left limbs while awake bt no stiffness while slept this is aftr je? Why is this..Is this a good sign or bad sign?
I have urinary problems, extreme pain in muscles at top of right arm, stiffness in all limbs, dizzy when standing?
My new born 1mth girl child is having stiffness in the limbs. My doc has suggested blood test for calcium, phosphorus and tsh. Plz suggest.
>14 yrs, many symptoms inc. Severe pain, stiffness, weakness, cognitive and vision probs. Most tests norm, except emg, with slowed/no response in extremities. Seen many drs, no diag. Suggestions/help?
Goal-symmetric limbs: The goal of limb lengthening is to create more symmetry or functional use of the affected limb when compared to the opposite side. This is an elective surgery, and a thorough discussion regarding the risks and benefits of such surgery need to be undertaken prior to considering this option. Initial surgical pain is moderate, and intermittent pain with actual physical lengthening is similar. ...Read more
A few things: Sometimes it is related to a sedentary life style with lack of exercise. It can also be a sign of degenerative discs creating an issue. Sometimes, it can be related to the onset of some other issues like ankylosing spondolytis or due to a minor sprain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NS Controls Muscles: Complex: only heart muscle contracts without brain/nervous commands, though ~110 BPM & constantly adjusted from brain split-second. All other muscles only contract after neurotransmitters are released at muscle membrane. Thus ns always plays a dominant role, along with blood supply, electrolytes, hydration, (all regulated by brain), metabolic products remaining in muscle after exercise/injury etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Goal-symmetric limbs: The goal of limb lengthening is to create more symmetry or functional use of the affected limb when compared to the opposite side. This is an elective surgery, and a thorough discussion regarding the risks and benefits of such surgery need to be undertaken prior to considering this option. If both lower extremities are lengthened, you would become taller. ...Read more