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Doctor insights on: Remedies For Ischial Tuberosity Tenderness

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What is the difference between a hamstring and ischial tuberosity?

What is the difference between a hamstring and ischial tuberosity?

Muscle vs bone: There are three muscles on the back of the femur (thigh bone) that run from your hip to your knee and are collectively called the "hamstrings". The ischial tuberosity is the name of the bony area where the top of the hamstrings attach. ...Read more

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Pain in ischial tuberosity when sitting. Radiates down leg at times. Not too bad. 6 week wait for diagnosis/treatment. Is any exercise safe? Swimming?

Pain in ischial tuberosity when sitting. Radiates down leg at times. Not too bad. 6 week wait for diagnosis/treatment. Is any exercise safe? Swimming?

Yes: Two most common causes are an inflmation of the bursae over the is cholla tiberosity or a variation of a "sciatica" from the back. Swimming and exercise are ok as long as they don't aggravate your pain. If they do, you may need to cut back. ...Read more

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How long does the epidimys stay tender after treatment for epidimytis?

How long does the epidimys stay tender after treatment for epidimytis?

See below: It may stay tender for up to 4 weeks. Also, the pain and inflammation may recur before it is completely cured. Use anti-inflammatory meds and relative rest to overcome the pain. ...Read more

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Is a sinus puncture dangerous or harmful? Should it be done in many sessions? Can i stop treatment once started? Sinus feels tender after two sessions

Is a sinus puncture dangerous or harmful? Should it be done in many sessions? Can i stop treatment once started? Sinus feels tender after two sessions

Not recommended....: Sinus puncture is usually used for research and not as a treatment. You definitely should stop the treatment and get a second opinion. ...Read more

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What is the best treatment for tenderness over sinus?

What is the best treatment for tenderness over sinus?

See your doctor: You need to visit your doctor for an evaluation to determine whether or not you have infectious sinusitis. If it's infectious, you'll need an antibiotic. If not, other treatments are available. Your doctor will discuss these. ...Read more

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If an inch tender redbump got better without treatment or antibiotics could it be MRSA or will MRSA always get progressively worse without treatment?

If an inch tender redbump got better without treatment or antibiotics could it be MRSA or will MRSA always get progressively worse without treatment?

Who knows: sounds like you are on the mend without medical intervention. MRSA is a bacterium resistant to a lot of antibiotics. This makes MRSA a little harder to treat. If you are getting better without treatment just continue what you are doing. I would not worry about MRSA just yet. ...Read more