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Twistd hrizntaly lying right testicle to vertical.28 days.Still plling pain .Met urologist.Usg nrml.Gubernaculm/tissue injurd/dislocated?Mri helpful?
Listen to your body: The best exercise increases circulation to the entire body. A very simple one is to image your arms are a jump rope and move in a circle lifting your arms and opening tee chest wall as you gently rock or or "step" over the pretend rope. Doing this for 30 seconds every 30 minutes is great for people with sedentary jobs. ...Read more
I confusingly twisted my comfortably lying right testicle.From horizontal to vertical.Holding top scrotal sac and testis.Ligament torn/injurd?
No: You really cannot tear anything so innocently. In fact i would guess that everything has moved back into its normal position by now already. I am confused by how one "confusingly twists" one's testicle? ...Read more
Can extremely tight chronic TfL muscle cause anterior pelvic tilt weak glutesand internally rotated legs?
No: No, I do not think they are related ...Read more
1 mnth back, twisted hrizontally lying right testicle to vertical.Urologist say no bell claper.No torsion.Usg normal.Still.Mild pulling pain in tissues
BELL CLAPPER: This is a term based on surgical findings of known torsed testicles. There is no literature discussing this deformity's prevalence in the general population. If tortion happens the surgical findings will be noted. The doppler ultrasound and history/physical findings will be the diagnostic tools to call it tortion . There are many causes of testis pain that are non-surgical. Support and nsaids. ...Read more
Hurt at work, left knee, horizontal meniscus tear. Right knee, oblique tear medial meniscus . Do I need surgery ?
Meniscus Tear: With that kind of specific knowledge your must have had an MRI of your knees. Without a knowledge of your symptoms and exam of your knees it is impossible to know wether you need surgery or not. The simple presence of a tear without any corresponding symptoms or exam specific to that area would not need surgery. Either would minimal or mild symptoms which resolve with rest and no surgical care ...Read more
Sudden muscul force: The mechanism of injury in apophyseal avulsions is sudden forceful concentric or eccentric muscle contraction during running, jumping or kicking a ball, which results in traction on the unfused apophysis. Extreme passive stretching and chronic repetitive microtrauma have also been implicated in the development of apophyseal avulsion. ...Read more
I confusingly twisted my comfortably lying right tsticle.From horizontal to vertical position.Holding top scrotal skin and tstis.Ligament torn/injurd?
Please see: Please see your urologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
Cuboid antero-medial margin focal Bone bruise -oblique nondisplaced fissure fracture,
spring ligament & cfl grade 2 sprain.
hw long to heal?Overweight
Extensor Carpi Radialis longus (inside forearm arm) muscle small knot? Longish-lump, tension? Pain when flexing wrist shoots to upper arm
Lump in muscle : should be evaluated certainly could be any number of benign condition are benign tumor or muscle strain or injury but there's also the possibility that it something more like a sarcoma which is rAre. But not unheard of It's more notable if it's a lump in a muscle if it's truly within the muscle than which muscle one thinks it is. it is in the forearm. ...Read more
Incised retinaculum ankle-fasciotomy. Extensor tendons now subluxing. Knee buckling from feels like muscles on lateral side giving out. Related?
Joint problems: It sounds like you have both knee and ankle problems, and when you have serious enough ankle joint problems, it is not uncommon to cause problems one major joint away - in the knee. If you haven't already had advice from your orthopedist, you need to discuss how stable the knee is since the ankle surgery. Weight-bearing is a good sign of joint instability- I suggest you see your ortho right away ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Large forces: Lateral collateral ligament strains are relatively uncommon. Lateral collateral injuries can occur with direct forceful blows to the inside of the knee, high energy trauma such as car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and falls from height. It can also be associated with other ligament injuries such as PCL and less commonly acl tears. ...Read more