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My Face Muscle Aches
Can cold fingers and feet accompanied with fever rash on face and thighs (fades when pressed with glass) muscle ache for a month be a sign of dengue?
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
Advice please symptoms: red rash & spider ang. On chest & face, cvi, raynauds, joint pain stiff.& muscle aches, diffuse hair loss. Rf & sr low ANA - ?
Mixed CTD: Sure sounds like a possible mixed connective disease syndrome even though serologies negative --- would refer to rheumatologist. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Commonly it comes for overuse (more than usual activity for you) or new exercise (the muscle is unaccustomed to it). Some medical conditions (like flu or some hormonal problems or chemical imbalances) can also be associated with muscle pain. If you do not improve, call your primary provider. ...Read more
Yes: Not eating for a long time is dangerous. Your body needs nutrients and it will start to breakdown its components in order to manufacture energy sources. A lack of appropriate nutrients can cause chemical imbalances that can affect all parts of your body. Be smart! ...Read more
Myalgia: The classic muscle symptoms of magnesium deficiency are muscle cramps, muscle weakness and muscle fatigue. Loss of magnesium occurs from excessive vomiting and diarrhea or diet severely lacking in leafy green vegetables. Taking magnesium tablets corrects the deficiency. Muscle aches generally are caused by other problems such as polymyalgia rheumatica. A rheumatologist would be best to consult. ...Read more
Depends how bad: Soreness the next day or two after exercise can be normal, especially if you are just starting. Very bad pain can indicate that something more is going on. You can use ice and/or heat on sore muscles. In a pinch you can use nsaids if there are no contraindications, however this suppresses the pain causing inflammation that is also repairing the muscle and making is stronger. ...Read more
Muscle aches : Are going to happen when you work out hard. Drinking plenty of water. And having good protein source after workout will help build up muscle after breakdown. Stretch well. This should help lessen the aches. But the harder the workout. The more you break tissue down. You will be achy. Will benefit in long run ...Read more