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Pelvis Pops With Leg Bone
Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more
I have been having severe right hip pain and it feels like my leg bone is rubbing into my pelvic bone an now its swollen n my leg goes completely numb?
Evaluate ASAP: Have evaluated asap for possible vascular problem/clot, infection. ...Read more
Ankle pain w/ popping, w/mvment. Outside of ankle, below leg bone. 3 days. Sudden onset, no injury. No swelling, bruising. See doc or RICE and wait?
Subluxed: Peroneals is a possibility.Get a more detailed answer ›
What would cause me hip and leg bone, hurt do bad I can't lay on my left side. And my leg just pain that so deep in my bone can't help with nothing.
See your doctor: With such symptoms, you should go see your doctor for evaluation. You will need to be examined. There are various things that could cause the symptoms you described -- it could be something related to your lumbar spine, or some other more serious problems. ...Read more
Hi doc, sometime in my left leg bone exact behind hip I experience sharp pain for just few min n then it get totally normal wts that? Pls ans doc.
Tendonitis: Based on your age and limited description of this problem it most likely you have pulled muscle or hamstring tendon. It is possible that you are getting referred pain from your spine (such as sciatica), but not as likely without other symptoms. Hip joint problems are also unlikely given your young age. This is a common problem in runners or those who play sports. ...Read more
I have pain in hip leg bone but after drinking vitd 3 injection I'm feeling relief is it possible&i m obese lady 38 age?
Injured knee for 2 months knee popping, thigh bone hurts also hip hurts tingling through entire leg and numbing in bottom of foot not insured?
Like you have internal "derangement" (= cartilage tear) in your knee joint and the instability is remedied by overusing muscles in your thigh!
You should have these symptoms evaluated and I see you are a US resident...why no insurance. apply for insurance via The Affordable Health Care Act ("Obamacare") depending upon your State you will be offered low cost or no cost insurance)
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37 yrs old this year alone broke right foot twice, knee swelling/popping out of place, now broke pelvic bone. Could it be a medication I am on?
That is a lot of: Fractures in one year. Unless one was a stunt woman or very clumsy -this is difficult to explain. I reviewed side effect profiles for phenergan, (promethazine) Alprazolam ; Apriso - and found no association with fractures. If you have found yourself more injury prone, Alprazolam can lead to difficulty with coordination, clumsiness etc. This warrants further exploration. ...Read more
my knee gives out a lot when I'm walking. I can also hear snapping or popping when I have sat long. My hip bones also pop and give out when I walk?
Hello, I'm 18 and just stop smoking. I'm experiencing dull pains in my legs and my arms, and back (pelvis)? The pains are near the bone or is the bone
Pain: Doubt relationship to smoking though that may take away attention. Get an evaluation ...Read more
Gastric cancer that has spread to bones I pelvis, spine and legs. Very low blood count. Transfusions not working due to bone marrow being affected.?
It should help:
Blood tansfusion should help. However, it will last only for a short period of time. It will be shorter time if you have active bleeding. You should get your treatment started asap- off course, with the support of blood transfusion and growth support. Eventually, when the cancer is in better controlled under treatment, your bone marrow hopefully would gradually hwork again.
Discuss with your md. ...Read more
Painful!: Until the bone is stabilized either operatively or non-operatively, it is very painful! ...Read more
I'm 19yrs old and have bone pain in my back and legs. Never at the same time but my leg bone pain is getting bad. What could it be?
It could be bone or: It is often hard to separate muscle pain from bone pain. Unless you have done unusual or excessive walking or running, it is hard to pin point what is going on. You should try resting for a few days and use mild pain medicine like tylenol (acetaminophen) couple of times a day. If it did not settle down in 3-5 days, you should go see your doctor and ask him to check you to find out why you ahve these pains. ...Read more
The side of my iner tigh by knee, my bone is popping out & its my bad leg where my toes are un even. Why does only one leg do that?
YES: Yep it could.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possibly: While osteonecrosis or bone death can be due to several causes, it would not necessarily involve multiple parts of the limb. Since the cause of bone death in leg bone would generally be from disruption in blood supply in that part of the body, movement of adjoining feet bones may not be affected if muscles, tendons and nerve haven't been damaged simultaneously.. ...Read more
Need to see a doctor: There are so many causes of pain in the leg that it is impossible to give you a diagnoses without a physical examination. That is why you should see a doctor as soon as possible so that you can get the proper treatment. ...Read more
It depends: If a broken leg heals in good alignment jumping ability is unlikely to be affected. If there is nonhealing, shortening, malrotation, or malalignment there may a residual effect. However, it would depend on the severity of the injury and what the limb looks like after it is healed. ...Read more
Varies: There are a number of potential causes; including pain from the sacroiliac joint, or the ileopsoas tendon. A detailed exam can usually determine the likely cause, don't hesitate to be seen. ...Read more
I have been having sharp pains in my back, right side just above my pelvic bone it works its way down to the side of my leg and ankle.
My 6yr kid's right pelvic bone is a bit higher than left pelvic bone causing right leg to be shorter than her left leg. Can it be corrected? How?
Go see Ped Ortho: Pediatric orthopedic surgeon can meticulously measure your child's long bones to determine where the discrepancy is. Then s/he can propose appropriate options, one of which may be surgery. But first you need to know what the specific issue is. So get your child checked out by specialist. Physical therapist can also analyze gait to determine if this is causing a problem. ...Read more
Since 5, everytime my brother makes too much effort, in the evening he gets terrible leg bone aches that even wake him up! Why? What's wrong with him?
If your brother is going through a growth spurt the bones grow faster then the muscles so the muscles are a little too short to work well. They are then overworked and at night they cramp up and cause pain. This condition usually corrects itself as the muscles get longer with normal growth.
Please have him checked by his Pediatrician to make sure that he is OK and that this is normal for him. ...Read more
Sharp pain on the leg I have been feeling this sharp pain coming from the leg bone, starts at the bottom and then goes up, comes and goes even in my sleep. What could this be?
My spleen is removed, 1and 1/2 year ago in accident and my right leg bone fractured what diet should I taken?
During nights I feel chilly around my whole leg from pelvic bone to toe for about a year several time within a week which disturb by sleep?
My doctors found my leg bone in my fibula had a strange shape to the top of it like a ball was growing inside my bone. They've ordered a mri. Worried!?
Bone growth: The description is probably indicating expansion of the proximal fibula. This can be caused by benign processes such as cyst, tumor, or posttraumatic lesion. Sometimes the expansion represents malignant tumor (cartilage, bone, fibrous tissue etc). Age of patient is noted. Depending on the interpretation of the xray image and mr imaging, the process could represent either benign or malignant process. ...Read more
Depends on location: Some parts of the lower leg are easily felt through the skin. If one side is different from the other or you have any pain or discomfort, have it evaluated. ...Read more
Popliteal lesions: Is the symptom only at rest or while active? Popliteal space is behind the knee. Baker's cysts compress the tibial nerve, adventitial cystic disease of the popliteal artery and popliteal entrapment (artery compression by the popliteus muscle) should be in the differential diagnosis. Possible patellar (knee) arthritis or tibial nerve injury can also be assessed. ...Read more
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