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Longterm Pain In Eds
Cartilage problems: Sometimes, cartilage defects in the knee can cause significant pain and discomfort and not be readily apparent on xray. Assuming that you have not had any additional imaging, a MRI evaluation of the knee is warranted if you have persistent pain and seemingly no other signs of structural damage on other tests. ...Read more
What level of pain associated with severe hip osteoarthritis rel to severe avascular necrosis resulting in progressive bilateral hip deformities.
Talk to a dr: Hi, Thank you for your question. I would love to discuss this in more detail with you. Please contact me if you would like to tackle your problems one on one. Either way hope you feel better. Dr. M ...Read more
I've had extreme pain and stiffness in every joint and entire spine for 2 yrs. Excruciating pain in the morning. Also have chronic shortness of breath?
Mri shows i hve petellafemoralsyndrome / arthritis loss of cartilage from severe arthritis in the right knee im in severe pain ?
Options: At your young age we would start treatment with antiinflammatories and therapy. Then if not successful we would do an injection and if that didn't work perhaps surgery. ...Read more
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Bouts of severe abdominal pain despite trials of Fentynal, Hydrocodone, & Oxycontin. Pain often on right side, some nausea and constipation. Help?
Work up?: I hope you have been evaluated for this by a physician with a physical exam, blood tests, urinalysis, ultrasound, and/or CT. If not, please get seen immediately. All of the medications you mentioned can cause nausea and constipation, so your attempt at treatment could be making things worse!! ...Read more
Is there a musculoskeletal disorder that causes neck, back, and chest pain along with numbness in all 4 limbs?
Pain : There are several possibilities, you should see a dr. For diagnosis and treatment as needed. ...Read more
Joint pain in one side of body(hip and back esp), aching pain in same leg. I'm 4 mos PP, and 30 yo. Could this be arthritis?
Chronic pain in both ankles, back, neck, knee joint. Father has diabetes and psoriasis. Nsaids/vit. B both help. No swelling/redness. Nerve or psa?
No matter what, do..: No matter what have been happening to you, practice healthy low-risk lifestyle without overindulgence and obsession as the foundation of healthcare and the key to longevity. Besides, bring the feature, degree, and progress of the symptoms with their detailed sequence of event to see doc for analysis, more hx, physicals, and possible tests as needed timely; at least once, that would be worthwhile. ...Read more
Shoulder Pain: Sounds like you need to have your shoulder looked at by a professional. They will check it's rom (range of motion), strength, and stability. It's possible that they may want to obtain an MRI of the shoulder or may even consider referred pain from another area radiating to the shoulder (ie. Bulging disc and pinched nerve in neck...). Also make sure that your lungs are working fine too. ...Read more
I have hypermobility Ehlers danlos. im in constant pain in multiple joints. PT doesnt help. I've been to rheumatologists and others. Specialists? Plz
Fibromyalgia: 20's female w. Ehlers-Danlos c/o "pain multiple joints" w/o P.T. benefits. Widespread muscle spasm & tendonosis likely compensate for ligament laxity, i.e., symptoms of fibromyalgia, which is highly associated w. ED. Aquatherapy, wt. loss, Cannabinoids for pain & sleep, whole foods, gentle Yoga, soft mattress, massages, walking, & possibly a sacroiliac joint belt for pelvic stability when upright. ...Read more
? Ehlers-Danlos Syn.: The most common pain associated with eds comes from the fact that the connective tissue supporting the joints becomes lax and allows chronic joint dislocations. These people frequently notice they are "double-jointed" but later experience the chronic dislocations. A more serious kind involves blood vessels where they can spontaneously rupture. Eds can also be a limited to the skin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have arthritis in back & a 6th lumbar, constant pain. Norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) & relefan are helping my back, new pain in l thumb to wrist is severe! no injury what is?
Check it out: May benefit from chiropractic evaluation.Get a more detailed answer ›