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Carpal tunnel type of symptoms stopped with less typing. Then deadline, and cramping in middle of hand and ache up deltoid to shoulder. Related?

Carpal tunnel type of symptoms stopped with less typing. Then deadline, and cramping in middle of hand and ache up deltoid to shoulder. Related?

Look at posture: When one experiences pain in body part, compensatory activities may place stress on associated joints, muscles, and nerves. Of course it is possible you could have an entirely different problem known as a "double crush" syndrome in which a shoulder or neck problem is also to blame. ...Read more

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Dr. Richard Levin
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Pain (ache) under left shoulder blade and under left breast. Gets worse with deep breath. Can't inhale fully. Is this sign of disease or muscle issue?

Pain (ache) under left shoulder blade and under left breast. Gets worse with deep breath. Can't inhale fully. Is this sign of disease or muscle issue?

Possibly : Yes, it is likely a sign of muscle strain/spasm. But, there are also other potential causes. If you've done recent heavy lifting/strenuous exercise, had a cold wherein you coughed a lot, etc, then this is very much possible. If you are having any chest pain, shortness of breath, or fever, however, you should see a doctor ASAP. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Male, 25. Symptoms(from 10months)- upper abdomen fullness, distension,gas, burping, incomplete and more that one BM, no pain/ache/cramp. IBS or what?

Male, 25. Symptoms(from 10months)- upper abdomen fullness, distension,gas, burping,  incomplete and more that one BM, no pain/ache/cramp. IBS or what?

Unfortunately: The constellation of symptoms you describe can be accounted for by many different things from malabsorption of certain macronutrients to some intestinal infections to irritable bowel syndrome. It's easy to guide you in these 400 character or less responses. Your best bet is to consider a formal consultation through HealthTap Prime or just review this with your primary care doctor. ...Read more

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How can I ease the pain/ache from whiplash?

How can I ease the pain/ache from whiplash?

Need eval: It is really important to have whiplash evaluated to rule out cervical fractures. X-rays are usually necessary. Your doctor may recommend nsaid's, heat, acupuncture or other courses of treatment. ...Read more

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Severe pain ache in lower right side of back

Severe pain ache in lower right side of back

See details: Significant low back pain is usually related to osteoarthritis and strain. Have it evaluated. There are several good treatment options. ...Read more

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What is the pain/ache in my lower back or flank area so is it kidneys?

What is the pain/ache in my lower back or flank area so is it kidneys?

WITHOUT EXAM : And a good history, it is very difficult to tell. Please see your physician. ...Read more

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Sometimes when I wake up in the morning, im on my side and it hurts but its like a pain ache.. is it because i sleep on it too long or what?

Musculo skeletal pai: Well it happens sometimes, after woke up on the side you were lying on. if the pain gets better after few hrs it could be related to mechanical pressure from the position. If it happens every day irrespective of the position you need to make sure you not having myalgia from other causes. Call our consult line one of us can go over your symptoms in detail and help you better ...Read more

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In the past week, when i've woken up, normal time, had pain/ache just above bladder i'd guess and lasts a few minutes. Is it sleep positioning or...?

In the past week, when i've woken up, normal time, had pain/ache just above bladder i'd guess and lasts a few minutes. Is it sleep positioning or...?

Distended Bladder?: A full bladder from drinking a lot of fluids the night before could explain that. Otherwise bladder spasms or urinary tract infection among others. A urinalysis could should some light. ...Read more