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Pain Arm Mean
More information: To understand the cause of the pain, much more information is needed. I recommend you see your doctor and discuss the problem. ...Read more
What can twitching in my upper and lower eyelids combined with shoulder pain & limited arm movement mean? An ent, ortho, & neurologist have no answer.
Get it evaluated: You do not give your age and you really do not describe the area or specifics of the pain. It could be anything from a local issues to referred pain from coronary heart disease. See a doctor. ...Read more
Does pain in left arm necessarily mean a heart attack? Or is it pain like any other pain likely to go away after sometime?
Could I be having heart problems from taking Phentermine? Starting to have left arm pain. Can this mean heart problems?
KNOT UNDER ARM: A knot uder the arm -- the armpit -- can be a cyst, an infected cyst, a gland, and more, a node and more. See your doctor, particularly if it's sore or tender. Could be more than a "knot". ...Read more
Left arm pain: This needs to be checked out and you need to see your doctor, depending on the pattern of your pain, when it is triggered, what other symptoms you have it. You have high blood pressure, this is once risk for heart disease. You do not mention if you have high cholesterol, if you smoke and if your family has heart disease. Don't neglect this. Better be safe. ...Read more
Blisters: Can be due to burn, allergies, infection and immunological reactions ...Read more
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Need more info: There are several reasons that could be happening but requires thorough history and physical exam and possibly labs and imaging. If you have had any type of injury to that arm/ shoulder no matter how minor it could be related. A disc in the neck that is pinching nerves could also be cause. Start with your primary and they order tests and referrals as needed. ...Read more
I broke my arm when I was little they said it could cause future problems and it is. If my arm is locking up what does that mean?
More info needed: There are nerves, muscles, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels and bones in your arm. Your symptoms may be coming from any of these tissues. Without knowing more precisely where your arm hurts, what makes it better or worse, how long the symptoms have been present, and other such details, it is impossible to speculate as to the cause. The best thing to do is to be evaluated by your orthopedist. ...Read more
"left arm pain": The complaint "left arm pain" can be do to many conditions. Could come from the brain, spine, nerves, blood vessels, aorta, heart, muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, etc. Your doctor will allow you to provide more information & examine you so he or she can a diagnosis and then provide treatment. ...Read more
I can list 15+ Dxs: Too little info. Where in arm is the pain. What makes it better? Worse? Frequency? Character? Persistence? Pattern? Injury? Dominance? Occupation? Deformity like swelling? Answer and then I may help. ...Read more
Evaluate shoulder: Shoulder pain can be referred from the neck or it could be locally from the shoulder. Common local problems include but not limited to spasms, arthritis in the ball and socket or ac joint, bursitis, impingement, rotator cuff tear, labral tears, biceps problems, stiffness, and instability. See an orthopedist to diagnose the problem. ...Read more
A report on my arm States the following: "Slight Limitation of Supination" in comparison to the left mean in laymen terms?
Palm up: It refers to the rotation you have in your wrist. Probation is rotation of the wrist toward the floor (Palm down), supination is rotating Palm to ceiling (Palm up). So you are not able to rotate your right Palm up to the ceiling as you can on the left side. ...Read more
I had a pink lesion on my arm biopsied I was just wondering under the dermascope she said she could see negative networks what does this mean thanks?
Atypical finding: Assuming she meant negative pigment network. It is an abnormal finding in dermoscopy which when identified is more suspicious for the possibility of melanoma. However, wait for the biopsy results before getting too worried. Dermoscopy findings (depending which source you read) only correlate with the biopsy result only about 75% of the time. ...Read more
What does it mean when you have constant pain in your arm? It goes away for like 5 minutes then comes back...It's been going on for weeks. I'm only 20
Eval: Could be a vascular problem, muscular problem, nerve problem, bone problem. Certainly not normal. I would monitor location, radiating symptoms, alleviating and worsening factors, and associated symptoms. I would talk to primary doctor too. May need x rays try conservative measures too. Otc meds, rest, hear, stretching before going to doctor. ...Read more