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Pain Fell Stair
See answer: General advice: See a physician immediately if any of the following: If the pain is severe, if there is pain or numbness radiating to your buttock or leg, if you are having leg weakness or bladder difficulties. If non of the above apply an OTC analgesic should help the pain. If the pain is persistent you need to see a physician for a precise diagnosis. For info on back pain> http://bit. Ly/1lF3Xcs ...Read more
I'm having some back problems. I'm 19. Years ago I fell in a basement stair way. My back bent in a u. I couldn't walk for a few weeks. Later pain went?
I fell going down stairs last year. Hit my lower back on edge of stair. There is a bump from when I fell still present on my lower back left side??
See a a doctor: You need to let a doctor check you. ...Read more
Last week I fell and hit my head on stair railing drunk, I feel fine now but should I still get it checked? I quit drinking also.
I fell on the stair case sraight on my back I felt my back crack since then I have a burning sensation on my left side and can't hardly walk?
3 days ago fell down a couple stairs and hit back of neck on the stair. Since then I've been dizzy and have headaches on and off. Anything wrong?
Head/ neck injury: Did you get checked out in ED? You should have been evaluated urgently and probably should have had a CT of your head, possibly neck to look for brain injury, intracranial bleeding, and spinal injury. You may have had a concussion with post- concussive vertigo, but you should get seen and evaluated ASAP by primary care or ED and probably neurology. An ENT evaluation of the vertigo may help too. ...Read more
4 months S/P bilat pars repair. Slipped and fell on carpeted stairs. Surgery area whacked stair. Should I be worried. Small increase in pain? ER, xray
Depends: As you say a small increase in pain. If this does not improve within a reasonable time, then I suggest a visit to your surgeon just to be reassured there is nothing really wrong. A bruise also takes some time to heal. Don't wait too long however. ...Read more
Fell off stairs and hit the inner area of right buttock. Imprint of stair edge in flesh. Three days later bruised is numb Area size approx 4 inches?
Evaluation needed: You may want to seek evaluation by Primary Care to ensure that the bruised area does not compress any nerves. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
81 year old father fell 2x going up/down stair. Said his thigh muscle collapsed on him. Still hurts 1week later. Doing PT. No def diagnosis from doc. Ideas?
Orthopedics: He will need an examination and evaluation. This may be due muscular strain or atrophy. This sounds muscular; however, xrays would be prudent. ...Read more
Sacro illiacal hyperdens bone 150 mm 120 mm possible hemangioom severe pelvic pain- seen on CT after I fell off stair - cancer? 30 female
No cancer: Common to have bone or even muscle pain if one suffers a fall probably landing on the sacroiliac region. Often one has disruption of a tendon from its pelvic attachment such as the hamstrings from ischial tuberosity with hematoma, not hemangioma of bone. Warm baths will help subside the condition. Cancer is never the result of such trauma. ...Read more
Fell hit knee cap on wooden stair. Not bruised at sight but on left side of knee and hurts down front of leg and throbs at top of foot. Serious?
Tough to say: It is difficult to tell on the internet. Are you on blood thinners? It is possible you have developed a hematoma or pinched a nerve. Most likely, the pain is referred to your foot and will resolve. If you can't bear weight, can't move your foot or have a loss of sensation see a doctor tonight. ...Read more
I do not know how old you are. Age is important for health question like this.
advise for a 20 years old, will not be the same as the advise for a 40, 0r 60 years old.
eat healthy, eat more vegetables and fruits, exercise every day, even by simple walking.
if you are above 40 years old make sure your doctor check your cholesterol, and your sugar, your prostate, and your thyroid function.
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This is a very frustrating situation for both the man and his partner.
There are two common approaches. One is to actually start the man on a low dose medication that has a side effect of prolonging ejaculation.
And there are plenty of sex therapists and other experts that can work with your partner on practicing how to prolong the time it takes to ejaculate...To learn some techniques.... ...Read more
Spine Injury: This pain in the distribution as you suggested is the result of an irritated nerve or facet joints or other injury typically in the lumbar spine (low back) which are caused by herniated disks, spinal stenosis or degenerative disc disease, etc requiring further evaluation by a spine specialist. As far as other organs affected, its hard to know without further evaluation. ...Read more