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Hello, I have these painless boney bumps on my some of my finger joints. Have arthritis i know. Maybe I am being vein but i would like them removed. ?
Plastic surgeon: Plastic surgeons who specialize in hands, which are exceedingly complex mechanisms. I doubt you will find anyone to do this because post-operative finger function would likely be interfered with. There at some changes of aging that we just have to learn to accept gracefully. Better to work on wowing people with your sparkling personality, and they will not notice your hands, nor will they care. ...Read more
See details: Fortical or nasal calcitonin is a poor choice to treat osteoporosis as it generally has little or no benefit. You treat osteoporosis to prevent fractures as pain is not a component. Have the issue evaluated by a rheumatologist and consider changing to a more effective med if it is needed. ...Read more
I have Arthritis in my back but no pain and I swim and ride my bike a lot but I have started jogging again just 30. Min a week is this a good thing ?
It is fine: It is fine as long as it does not produce pain ...Read more
I have spondylosis arthritis in the back but at the moment no pain can I never get pain I must lift a lot at work but do my exercises and lots of spo?
Tendonitis: If they cause a problem after the running is is usually a residual inflammatory process not arthritis . Could simply be a tendonitis an could be shoes or gait . First try to make sure the surface you are running on is level. If on a street if you only run on the right side you right leg is on the down side run back on ie same side you were on so left is down, try Motrin prior to running. See md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Notice lately that my arms/shoulders pop when i move them up/down with small weights & without is this a sign of arthritis? No pain just feels creepy!
I have Arthritis in my neck, I have no pain in the neck at this time, but did about 4 days ago, can you have referred pain in upper chest/shoulder. ?
Yes: neck pain from degenerative disc disease or 'arthritis ' can lead to nerve 'impingement ' and 'referred' pain to the shoulder , and less frequently, the chest. My advice would be to see your family physician to make certain of the origin of the pain( neck, shoulder, heart??)is identifiable. This requires a history , thorough physical examination, and if needed, further diagnostic tests. Good Luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stiffness in fingers, began just afternoons now all day. Grip strength ok, no strengh making a fist. No pain, edema swelling in a.M. Osto arthritis?
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