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I'm having pain on my right side in the rhomboid minor muscle, splenius capitis muscle and I believe this radiates along the deltoid branch of artery?
My dad has pain in rhomboid area.2 months and there is small swelling. Pain worse.At night? What can this be?
Rhomboid tendonitis: It is very likely rhomboid tendonitis, which would call for rest from activities that worsen, then antiinflamitiry medication and strecthing program, if not getting better should be checked by md, to assure some other soft tissue problem is not coexisting, if history of weight loss, would screen for sof tissue neoplasm or lymphoma, although much more rare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Rhomboid muscle strains are treated conservatively (non-surgically). You will have to avoid any activity that makes the condition worse, which may involve temporarily changing your sport to one that does not involve using the strained muscles. The application of ice to the affected area will help to reduce inflammation and pain. Ice can be crushed in a bag, covered with a towel, and placed under the back when you lie down. You can apply ice every few hours for the first two or three days after the injury, and keep the ice in position for as long as is comfortable. After a couple of days of treating the area with ice, hot showers can often be an effective treatment for pain associated with rhomboid muscle strain. You can take over-the-counter NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) according to instructions, or your doctor may prescribe stronger medication if necessary. Examples of NSAIDs are ibuprofen (Advil), naproxen (Aleve) and aspirin. Massage can provide relief, and can be done at home quite easily by placing a tennis ball on the floor, lying down and rolling the ball under the rhomboid muscles. Physical therapy in the form of exercises will be recommended. You will be advised when it is safe to start performing the exercises. Go carefully and do not continue to exercise if you are finding it painful. When you are able to move your arms and shoulders without pain, you can resume your normal activities. Recovery times depend on the individual, but the sooner you start treatment after the injury, the shorter the recovery time will be ...Read more
Crawling feeling in my back r shoulder (trapezoid/rhomboid) - intermittent, increasing intensity, for several weeks. Have probable diagnosis Behcets?
Think I have rhomboid problem. Pain started 2 weeks ago - no obvious reason. Has got worse. Now only eases when flat on my back. treatment?
Some strange pain around my right shoulder blade "rhomboid" when i try to squizze them together. i'm fit, and move daily. it came suddnly. 1 month now?
Can you get a prickling sensation when you have weak and sore rhomboids ? Is this to do with nerves ?
Can poor posture while working on a computer all day lead to pain in the upper back or rhomboid area?
I injured my rhomboid muscle group in june, was told recovery wold be ten days/two weeks, but still in a lot of pain. Is this normal?
I have a pain in the right shoulder blades / rhomboid. happens when sitting or walking. goes and come back (6 months now) why? I'm fit + exercise btw
Laying on sides?: It difficult to give you sound medical advice without a proper history and physical. The symptoms you are describing could be indicative of multiple medical problems. But sleeping on your side or watching TV in a reclined position like from your bed or a sofa may put lots of pressure on the upper back, interscapular and posterior neck muscles that may eventually cause trigger points. ...Read more
Rhomboid/Candida : Geographic tongue has red patches bordered by grayish white or whitish/yellow discoloration. They may disappear, reappear and change in shape or size. While it is not common to cause pain, it may cause a burning sensation with certain foods such as tomato, cheese and citrus. Rhomboid/candida usually appears in the center of the tongue as red and white (oral candida varies significantly by types). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Regarding upper back issues of mine, overused and stretched muscles, traps / rhomboids etc. What causes the muscles to give a burning sensation ?
Exercise or strain: New exercise or activity? May cause dom delayed onset muscle soreness (typically about 48 hours after the increase use of those muscles). May last a few days to a week or two. Alternatively, sudden/acute burning may indicate a strain, which may take a few weeks to several months to resolve. Massage or foam roller may help, if this is not a muscle strain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a spasm in my rhomboid three weeks ago. the spasm has stopped, but now I have numbness in my index finger. Is this normal or something else?
I don't think: the two condition are related. Consult your doctor to see if your new symptom is a sign of something else. ...Read more
Median rhomboid glossitis- can it change from light to dark and back again? Should i worry? Woman age 34 with full set of dentures.
Proper diagnosis: Has your dentist made a definitive diagnosis of median rhomboid glossitis? If not, it should be looked at by your dentist for other possibilities. If it has been definitely diagnosed, there is no need for concern as this does not neet treatment. However, if there is burning, you might benefit from an antifungal medication. See your oral surgeon for advice. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Relax: A program of flexibility and stretching e.g. Yoga can help. Chronic tension in this area can also be referred from the neck, in which case an x-ray can be revealing. Finally, this can be a sign of general stress in your life. Make sure there isn't something going on in your life that may be driving this specific muscle issue for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
PT or chiro: Nsaids for pain and some musculoskeletal work inclusive of soft-tissue massage, estim or ultrasound prn, and correction of any muscle imbalances. Who does the soft tissue work is up to you. I usually prescribe pt, but a chiro can likely do much of this as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
They are different: Rhomboid tongue can be treated with antifungal medications. It is often symptomatic and is believed to represent a chronic candidiasis infection in the tongue. Geographic tounge is normally not symptomatic. It is a benign condition that does not respond to antifungal medication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer