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Tightness (Definition)

Tightness can mean different states at distinctive times. The most common is the complaint of tightness of chest, a feeling of discomfort, real or perceived, seen often in patients with asthma or panic disorder, or heart attack. Your physician ...Read more


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Referrals in San Francisco to assess achilles tendon injured running 50K mountain ultra-marathon this weekend.

Referrals in San Francisco to assess achilles tendon injured running 50K mountain ultra-marathon this weekend.

If you injured: Achilles tendon , need evaluation extent of injury , go to nearest ER , after assessing will refer you to the right doctor. Till it heals you may not participate in marathons for a while . ...Read more

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Tight hamstrings & bilat shooting pain dwn thighs x4months.Runner.Previously flexible.Have ctd. Md quickly dx'd me w/hamstring pull.Referred me to pt?

Hamstrings: Trial of pt and non steroidal anti inflammatory agents would be of help for hamstring pull along with rest and gradual increase in exercise and stretching . Consider further work up if no response. ...Read more

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Wkness/pain/burning/swelling both hands,no reflex L ankle,severe mid/low bk pain,feet tingly/xtreme pain/swollen, blue/purp toes.Related? What dr 2 c?

Neurology: I would start with neurology to figure out where the problem is coming from - brain, spinal cord, periphery? Blood work and nerve testing will probably need to be done. ...Read more

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26y, m, vegan 354pg/ml b12.Sleep 14' mayan hammock, 1920s apt possible lead in walls/dust. Recurring lg veins+foot pad tingling/pain ~4hr mornings.Thx!

26y, m, vegan 354pg/ml b12.Sleep 14' mayan hammock, 1920s apt possible lead in walls/dust.  Recurring lg veins+foot pad tingling/pain ~4hr mornings.Thx!

Toxin metals: There is a possibility and could be tested for toxin metals . We do offer chelation therapy for eliminations of toxin metals and other health benefits. Please go to acam.Org website for further details about chelation and other alternative treatments. ...Read more

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40 male. Pain/tingling/sensitive hands-vomit no nausea-swollen hands,feet,ankles,legs-pain hip,knee,jaw-muscle wasting,unintentional 50lb weight loss.

40 male. Pain/tingling/sensitive hands-vomit no nausea-swollen hands,feet,ankles,legs-pain hip,knee,jaw-muscle wasting,unintentional 50lb weight loss.

New diagnosis: You have systemic symptoms, and so you need an evaluation so the appropriate blood test and imaging can be done to help finalize the diagnosis. The weight-loss is of concern, and maybe a clue to your entire syndrome. Your physician will clarify ...Read more

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Penile implant 10/30- experiencing xtreme sensitivity in glans- all scrotal support waist bands are too tite & hurt. Sugs? Mostly laying w frozen peas

Hang in there!: At this point, you are past the concern of bleeding so if the support is feeling too tight, you could loosen them. This is normal at this time because nerves are waking up and many have increased sensitivity. If ice helps, great! some people feel heat helps more at this point. Pain pills don't usually help but occasionally neuron tin, an antiseizure medicate can help or antidepressants. ...Read more

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Carrying 2 tires above head,knelt to put down,back went out.Severe pain mid bk, can't straighten up,move arms much or lower head.Disk, muscle?ER?

Carrying 2 tires above head,knelt to put down,back went out.Severe pain mid bk, can't straighten up,move arms much or lower head.Disk, muscle?ER?

Go to ER now!: Your symptoms are hopefully due to muscle spasms and not a herniated disc but you need a complete exam and possibly x-rays or an MRI. Good luck! ...Read more

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Calves tight, now forearms. Very active, 6 workouts a week, 3 full body circuits/3 cardio. No pain during; only after, super tight. No other tightness?

Dehydration: Obvious first concern is for effects of dehydration. Are you hydrating appropriately? Otherwise could be overuse condition. Make sure you warm up and stretch appropriately with cool down. ...Read more

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I'm suffering extreme backache & my hips are aching. I struggle 2 walk, get up & lift anything; its a constant pain & painkillers aren't working!

Please have your: Doc refer you to a pain management doc. They specialize in what you describe. If you doc has ruled out or identified medical conditions, massage therapy may be helpful also. ...Read more

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Numbness in left ft while running, abt mile 3. Walking makes it worse. Stop for 2 minutes then running fixes it. Roomy shoes, normal pronation. Thoughts?

Numbness in left ft while running, abt mile 3. Walking makes it worse. Stop for 2 minutes then running fixes it. Roomy shoes, normal pronation. Thoughts?

Fascia injury: Likely have a chronic repetitive injury to fascia attachment of butt muscles where they attach to your thigh bone. Feel around very carefully, and see what is most tender. That will be the very best clue. Do not be fooled by thinking this is spine and nerve related--or even foot related. www.blatmanhealthandwellness.com. ...Read more

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7yo, no sports, yes Pulmicort bid, tight heel cords (expreemie), low activity norm. C/o leg pain, arm pain 2wks. Now numbness complaints. What couldbe?

7yo, no sports, yes Pulmicort bid, tight heel cords (expreemie), low activity norm. C/o leg pain, arm pain 2wks. Now numbness complaints. What couldbe?

See below: You have too many vague complaints and these need to be further clarified. Please go see your medical physician so you can establish your diagnosis good luck thank you. ...Read more

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Vibration inside/under heel lasting 2 seconds. Stop 4-5. Repeat. No spur (per x-ray). Mild swelling posteriorly mid calf to achilles. Hair loss on leg?

Vibration inside/under heel lasting 2 seconds. Stop 4-5. Repeat. No spur (per x-ray). Mild swelling posteriorly mid calf to achilles. Hair loss on leg?

Vibration: more than likely the vibration is nerve pain. Some cases of plantar fasciitis involve the infracalcaneal nerve branch under the heel- it gets entrapped when there is a lot of inflammation. Antiinflammatories help, or ice. The mid calf pain could be posterior tibial tendinitis - the tendon that holds up your arch. This tendon and plantar fasciitis are related. Try an arch support ...Read more