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Muscle Pain After Eating
Have what feels like a muscle pain lower left rib after eating. Slight nausea, flatulent, burp. BM daily, brown or yellowish. I have CREST. Insights?
GI dysfunction: Patients with CREST are prone for various GI problems. One is esophageal dysfunction with difficulty swallowing (dysphagia) and/or heartburn (GERD). Other patients may have slow stomach emptying or slow passage through the bowels. Bacterial overgrowth may lead to diarrhea. Discuss your Sx with your rheumatologist or GI specialist. ...Read more
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Choked on a piece of food approx 5 days ago...now have what feels like a pulled muscle on the side of my neck. Feel nauseous after eating..
After eating I have swollen facial muscles at the top of my jaw close to my temples. What could be the cause?
Go see MD please: It may not be your muscle that is swelling, it may be the blood vessel and treatment would be different, and needed fast. Please go see your doctor to be evaluated, and treated. Good luck. ...Read more
Muscle wasting, eating plenty, insulin resist. Pancreatic beta cell dysfunction fructosamine and post prandial high, insulin level @2 what does it mean?
Time to see: An endocrinologist- symtoms cannot be answered online. ...Read more
Gallbladder removed due to gallstones, after eating I get pain left ribs, under left chest muscle, even got some on left love handle today?
? poor diet: Gall stones are the result of poor diet in the first place and maybe that continues. Medical students are taught that gall stones represent " fair, fat and forty". It is very surprising to many that poor diet is responsible for poor health in millions and may be the single most important factor in the overall poor health in the U.S. ...Read more
OK. ....: I presume you have given us a list of symptoms & I'll insert some commas! Hearing about itchy skin, muscle loss & weight loss all make me think of potential liver disease. It's possible the liver or gall bladder would be involved with right sided pain after eating. In any event, this requires physician evaluation to carefully sort through these multiple symptoms. Make an appointment today! ...Read more
57 female. Middle back pain, maybe after eating greasy food. Chest x-ray, blood test, gallbladder normal. Is it a muscle? Also belches
Abdominal Pain: This might be related to the pancreas. As with most pain conditions, there can be a variety of potential problems that can cause the pain that you are describing. It is difficult to diagnose with the short description given and without a proper physical examination. Pain is often a sign of inflammation. A qualified specialist should be consulted. ...Read more
Pain in legs after eating food and feeling sleepy and even after 2-2.5 hours sleep felling pain in legs as well as other muscles too and can't control my sleep I don't know why? This happns after every meal.
Do I hav hyperglycemia if I get blurred vision after eating sugary foods and starches eg rice? Also get very thirsty at night and muscle aches. Eyes ok.
IF THERE HAS BEEN NO:
Trauma, if you are not on birth control, smoke, inactive, recently sitting around for prolonged periods of time, and calf not red and shinny, hot, it is unlikely you have a blood clot.
Muscle pain in the calf is common. Ibuprofen and/or tylenol (acetaminophen) should help.
If any of the above symptoms are present though, please see your doctor or go to urgent care please. ...Read more
Simple answer is yes!
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You will feel comfortable when you use the medicine. ...Read more
Be careful here: If you exercise and have pain at the time of exercise, probably ok. If pain persists/worsens for more that 20-30 minutes after, you may be overdoing. If the pains are low back (lumbar), limit sit-ups to nearly "isometric" (with- out much motion). Here, assume a sit-up position, but only elevate the shoulder blades off the surface. Hold this position for 12-15 seconds. Gradually work up to 20 reps. ...Read more
Normal or abnormal?: Muscle pain is a very common symptom. It can be related to muscle overuse, imbalance, or tightness. Muscle pain can, depending on where it hurts, your age, and other symptoms be related to a more systemic cause. See your primary care physician or a physiatrist to help differentiate. ...Read more
Depend upon location: You need first to stablish the ethiology of the muscle pain are you taking statins, are you overusing it? And is that is the case you need a cool downd period following by streching eexercises. Need to know which muscle is involved and where in your body is the pain located at. Different muscle groups have different ethiologies for the pain and different treatments. ...Read more
Ask your PCP: Various drugs have been developed to affect the muscle contraction. Commonly used centrally acting muscle relaxants includes Lioresal, Soma, Flexeril, Skelaxin, (metaxalone) and Robaxin. Infrequently used muscle relaxants include Norflex) and Zanaflex. Many side effects include drowsiness, dizziness, headache and lethargy. Ask your PCP to adjust the medication for your needs. ...Read more