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Had a painful pop In my shoulder while playing basketball and reaching out for a rebound & couldn't move it for a minute or 2.
Had a painful pop In my shoulder while playing basketball and reaching out for a rebound & couldn't move it for a minute or 2. Any ideas?
Labral-instability: At your age, this sounds like a brief episode of instability that occurs when the ball/humeral head comes out of the socket/glenoid very briefly and then relocates itself. Concurrently or alternatively, a cartilage/labral tear can look and sound like this as well. If I can help, then join my care team at www. Healthtap. Com/dr-clarkeholmes ...Read more
Had a painful pop In my shoulder while playing basketball and reaching out for a rebound & couldn't move it for a minute or 2. Now it's aching.
Glutamate "rebound": As the name implies, glutamate receptors blocked during ingestion of alcohol (or ketamine) are reactivated ("rebound") after the effects of both are diminished, and high levels of glutamate are then felt with the perceptions of post alcohol withdrawal ("hangover") similar to when one eats foods containing high mono sodium glutamate, a preservative contained in many foods. ...Read more
First rule out UTI: First, see your doctor to rule out a urinary tract infection. If it is negative, you may need to strengthen your pelvic floor with exercises. You might also want to limit bladder irritants such as caffeine, soda and acidic foods such as tomatoes and citrus. You doctor can guide you to the best course of action. Good luck. ...Read more
Nerve irritation: The position of your arm while sleeping probably either irritated a nerve, or cut off blood supply to the muscles which allow you to move your arm. This is common, as long as the sensation and movement normalizes within several minutes of waking up. If it does not return to normal, you need to see your doctor. ...Read more
No: Trained acupuncturist are very careful with needle placement, but any unforeseen aggressive movement may place your internal organs at risk of puncture. ...Read more
Muscle contraction: Tiny, erector pilaris (? Sp) muscle for each hair follicle contracts making hair 'stand' up. Useful for thick fur covered animals to increase air cushion ; insulation. May have role (for them) before trauma so hair acts as intermediary (/lubricant if you will) to reduce transmission to tissue below. W/humans, not-so-much. ...Read more
Cold weather! ": Variation in the external temperature like cold or heat and emotional state makes the testicles move. Testicles move closer to the body in colder temperature and hangs lower in warmer temperature. ...Read more
Tooth movement: What seems like slight movement to you could be 1 of 2 things. If the crowns are loose due to movement away from the supporting tooth, something is wrong & needs to be evaluated. However, the crowns may seem "loose" when in fact the teeth holding them may have some movement. Teeth are not like poles in cement. They may move slightly due to bruxism or food impaction. If due to gum disease->bad! ...Read more
Pelvic congestion: Part of the premenstrual syndrome is the pelvic congestion which includes of pelvic walls lined by muscles and peritoneum & pelvic organs like intestines, bladder, in addition to uterus and ovaries. The intestinal congestion caused increased leaking of fluid across the increased wall, also causing incresed stimulation of the nerves supplying the intestines thus causing more bowel movements in pms. ...Read more
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Rebound Headaches: Rebound ha occurs when pain meds (triptans, opiates, nsaids, ergotamines) are taken to frequently. The overuse of these medications causes a common migraine to transform into something called chronic daily headache. It is thought that taking a medication more than 15 times per month can lead to rebound ha's. The treatment is simple-all use of medications to stop headaches must to discontinued. ...Read more