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Pain In Arms And Legs With Sneeze
No: This may be a sign of herniated discs in the neck. With the trauma and movement of the spine during a sneeze, the cervical rootlets may be being stressed. This might be worth getting checked by your pcp. ...Read more
When I cough too hard, sneeze or vomit my blood vessels hurt. I literally feel pain in my chest, shoulders, arms and legs. How bad is this?
Really intense cough: All the parts of your body are connected so if you have a really intense cough it is not surprising that you feel it rattling other parts of your body. Now the question is why are you coughing so intensely. I obviously don't know what is causing the cough. It could be an infectious process, an allergic one or something else. You should see your doc ASAP and get a work up. ...Read more
My friend a gal aged 22 years having frequent problem of having pain in arms and legs, health normal, What are the cause and remedy?
Needs to be checked: Pain in arms and legs all the time needs to be checked by your doctor. She is only 22 years old and having frequent pains in both arms and legs. She should make an appointment with family doctor. Will need detailed history past and present and comprehensive medical examination. And if indicated may need blood and urine test and may be other tests to find out the cause and appropriate treatment. ...Read more
6 months bck I got high uric acid then it was contrlld, still I feel pain in arms and legs bt in tests my uric acid level is normal. What should I do?
No: I have never heard of that being a complication of allergy pills. ...Read more
Yes: Neuropathies secondary to lupus may cause similar symptoms. ...Read more
Cabg 11 months ago. Having a lot of cramps and pain in arms and legs. Is this common after this type of surgery?
Sternal area discomfort can persist, but usually has declined by 3-4 months.
Vein harvest sites in the legs can be a nuisance with healing and numbness but not usually cramps.
You probably need a vascular exam. Since you had heart disease, you have some other risk factors and may have something else going on. ...Read more
Muscles are sore and I'm feeling a sharp pain in arms and legs today after the gym. What should I do about this?
What could cause sharp stabbing pain in arms and legs? My feet hurt when I first wake up and walk on them.
I haven't had a lot of energy. Even if I sleep all day I still have no energy. Just recently I have pain in arms and legs when trying to fall asleep.
Please start by seeing your primary doctor.
Most likely you will be referred to a Neurologist to determine the cause of your symptoms and plan correction. ...Read more
Terrible pain in arms and legs, low grade fever pain bad enoigh cannot bear weight at times. Family history psa & RA could it be rheumatology issue? 15yr old
Definitely could be: From what you describe and family history, this indeed could be a rheumatologic problem. Based on other history and physical findings, I could think tick borne disease or rheumatic fever. Have a doctor evaluate and order appropriate blood work, and refer as needed. ...Read more
Extreme pain down both arms when sneezing/coughing. Numbness/swelling of neck/am. Unable to walk normal/rubber legs. Had neck trauma yrs ago too.
L'Hermitte Sign: You describe a sign of shooting pain that coincides with pressure on the nerves. Usually this results with neck loading--yours doesn't, it's spontaneous. Spinal stenosis can be a result of disc herniation, arthritic spurs, or congenital defects that result in an abnormally small spinal canal. When associated with leg symptoms as well, this is concerning. You need to be seen by a spine specialist. ...Read more
I have a ChaRi Malformation that was fixed 12 years ago. I still experience some headaches and numbness. Lately though when ever I sneeze I get numbness and tingling down my arm legs and torso. Could this be compression in the area.
Concerning: New symptoms like you are describing should be evaluated by your neurosurgeon. Please go see them ASAP ...Read more
Every time I sneeze, I feel intense pain in my extremities (usually arms) for about 15-30 seconds. What could this be? Is it worth mentioning to my dr
Gezundheit: There are 8 nerve roots that come out of each side of the spine at the neck. One of these lower ones is getting irritated by episodes sneezing due to increased internal pressures. Less worrisome if only during sneezing. If pain at rest and other times, its more worrisome. Mention it to your doctor anyways so he or she can perform a few quick bedside tests for re-assurance. ...Read more
Low back pain with right thigh numbness and right arm/hand/wrist pain/numbness. Sneezing causes extreme aching pain in both arms. Thoughts on causes?
Spine specialist W/U: It coulb be from disc disease in your neck or high in the back creating some nerve root irritation from the sudden negative intrathoracic pressure created by the sneeze. When not sneezing the disc may look normal, which makes it very difficult to diagnose. The same phenomenon can result from a build up of bone (osteophytes) near the central canal or the foramen where the nerves travel. ...Read more
5 mo's postop quad bypass n still having sharp stabbing pains on rt side that goes to arm, with movement and sneezing. What can be the cause of this.
Non-cardiac: Hi. Your pain doesn't have the characteristics I associate with cardiac pain, but more with the sternotomy itself. If the bone is not healing well, you could feel such pain. You could ask the surgeon who did the job. If the bone is shifting with movement, sneezing, etc, it will hurt. Get enough calcium and vitamin D for bone healing to take place. Good luck! ...Read more
I feel itchy all over, leg, arm, eye. I ich my eye and gets worse. Stuffed up and sneezy. Roof of my mouth is warm, throat itchy, chest tight;cold?
My daughter is 10 years old. She has very long and thick hairs on her arms and legs. Please tell me what, s the solution? '
Hairy: There can be many causes for your childs hair growth including hereditary. It is best to consult yourdoctorfor evaluation. ...Read more
I keep having numbness and tingling in my arms and legs. I've been tested for m.S. And it came back negative. Any other thoughts?
Numbness: Are you anxious are feeling a lot of stress. The most common cause of numbness of hands and feet is anxiety with or without hyperventilation. Hyperventilation, repeated deep breaths, can occur in some people who just sigh a lot. If the numbness or tingling is constant and progressive, you need to see a doctor to evaluate for spinal cord or peripheral nerve problems (rare). ...Read more
Many things: Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common cause of numbness in the hand on the thumb side. Cubital tunnel syndrome causes little finger numbness. If both of the entire hands and feet are numb, then a peripheral neuropathy is more likely. This can be related to long standing diabetes. This problem needs to be worked up by a physician. ...Read more
Have it evaluated.: There are many types and causes of skin rashes. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, impaired venous circulation, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Doctor can evaluate: Pain, swelling, and stiffness in the arms and legs can be due to many things, so a doctor should evaluate. If a person was fine before, then the new symptoms can be due to an infection, an auto-immune problem, an allergic reaction, a medication effect or side effect, etc... The doctor will also check to see if the person's past medical disorders are causing the new symptoms. ...Read more
How long you have it, Any associated underlying conditions? On any treatment? Anything make it better or worse?
If it is transient probably nothing need to worry about.
Make sure drink plenty of fluid keep yourself well hydrated. If symptoms persist have some labs and physical to get to the diagnosis. ...Read more
Anxiety: The first thing to do is have your physician check you. If everything is ok you can then seek help from a psychologist. ...Read more
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