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Muscle Pain After Fall
In Fall (also this week), I get pain in my right hamstring. Feels like muscle pain caused by cold. Comes in at night. Yoga not helping. What is this?
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
How biotin deficiency cause hair fall, bowl inflamation, muscle pain. Please in detail. ...Thank u?
Not proven, however::
While biotin deficiency causes hair loss, it is not proven to cause bowel inflammation or muscle pain.
Biotin is necessary for 5 enzymes to properly function- these enzymes are important in glucose, fatty acid and Amino Acid metabolism.
http://lpi. Oregonstate. Edu/infocenter/vitamins/biotin/
for much more detail on the biochemical role of these 5 enzymes. ...Read more
I have shoulder and chest pain after a fall. Could it be muscle pain? Or a break? - there is no brushing but agony to inhale, cough etc...
Could be a fracture: Suzy, the answer won't be clear without an x-ray. Your symptoms are consistent with both a bruise and possibly a rib fracture. Pain can be quite severe with a cough or deep inspiration if it is a fracture as the ribs will move considerably with deep breaths. Your risk of fracture depends on your age, sex and height of the fall. Let pain be your guide for seeking doctor evaluation and work up. ...Read more
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
Muscle pain: Please start w/a visit to your doctor to identify or rule out medical conditions. Are you taking a statin drug to lower cholesterol? That can cause muscle pain. Consider taking Coenzyme Q 10 w/the statin to replace what is being blocked. Is your diet good? How abut your level of exercise? Gentle stretching such as w/yoga if ok w/doc. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Simple answer is yes!
If you can, please go to a nearby Library and ask to be shown a few books that discuss Duexis.
This is not an expensive medicine but please look it up in the library.
You will feel comfortable when you use the medicine. ...Read more
Dry eyes & mouth: Sjögren’s can also affect other parts of the body. Patients may experience pain, stiffness and swelling in the joints, rashes on the arms and legs related to vasculitis – an inflammation of tiny blood vessels. The lungs, liver and kidneys may become inflamed; some people develop tingling and numbness in the limbs because of neurological involvement. ...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
Depends: There are many factors to consider i.E mechanism of injury, severity of strain, which muscle is involved etc. That being said, generally, muscle pain/spasm/strains should resolve with relative rest, ice, occasional use of anti inflammatory medication, stretching. If it doesn't improve, then you should discuss with your doctor. ...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
Wait: Stress is placed on your muscles with lifting weights. If done improperly or too much weight is used (different for every individual) muscle injury is more likely to occur. It is best to wait to avoid further damage if you have an active injury. Discuss with your md and consider working with a physical therapist to ensure you are ready to lift weights. ...Read more
Muscle pain can be caused by a variety of reasons. Overexertion of a muscle group through work or exercising. Sometimes there is no obvious cause of muscle paincertain diseases, autoimmune,
can cause muscle pain. Sometimes a certain nerve can be irritated and it can cause it's related muscle to be painful.-like leg muscle pain whose origin comes from a nerve at the spine. Pain is a symptom not a dx. ...Read more
Yes: Exercise and massage can sometimes be very helpful. Other natural analgesics can be heat or cold. Many medications we use were natural products. There are other topical potions do have a analgesic effect. Colchicine comes to mind is not indicated from muscle pain. I cannot advise any "natural" products, but you need an evaluation to see why you have muscle pain. ...Read more
See below: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
The following cause or are associated with Muscle pain:: Adrenal suppression, Berger's disease, Chlamydia infection, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Common cold, Dermatomyositis, Dystonia, Ehlers Danlos syndrome, Ehrlichiosis, Familial Mediterranean fever, Hantavirus infection, Hyperparathyroidism, Idiopathic inflammatory myopathies, Inflammation of lining of the heart, Leptospirosis, Malaria, Persistent pain, Polyarteritis nodosa, Rhabdomyolysis, Rocky mountain spotted fever, SARS, Sjogren's syndrome, South American trypanosomiasis, Subacute granulomatous thyroiditis, Swine Flu, Takayasu arteritis, Toxic shock syndrome, Trichinellosis, Vitamin B1 deficiency, West Nile Virus, Influenza, Anxiety disorder, Underactive thyroid, Mono, Stress headache, Muscle strain, Muscle tear, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Flu & Cold, Anxiety, Sprains and strains, Adrenal insufficiency, Campylobacter, Churg Strauss syndrome, Dengue fever, Scleroderma, Chronic pain, Eclampsia, Adrenal fatigue, Bubonic plague, Polymyositis, Myositis, Valley fever, Fever. ...Read more