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Doctor insights on: Severe Pain In Right Clavicle Symptoms

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Hi, I have severe pain around thec7t1 area, i played rugby for 30 years and displaced my clavicle last year. Is it wear and tear or should I get a scan?

Hi, I have severe pain around thec7t1 area, i played rugby for 30 years and displaced my clavicle last year. Is it wear and tear or should I get a scan?

Neck pain: A good physical examination coupled with radiographs should be illuminating and can provide the diagnosis in order to suggest best treatment. ...Read more

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I broke clavicle years ago but am having severe pain in it all the way to my fingers. Should i see a doctor?

I broke clavicle years ago but am having severe pain in it all the way to my fingers. Should i see a doctor?

Yes: We've noticed more recently that clavicle fractures don't heal as well as we had originally thought. I'd see an orthopedist, get x-rays to see if you have a nonunion and potentially have it fixed if its bothering you that much. ...Read more

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I am in severe pain, left neck, shoulder, & clavicle area. I have swelling about 3 inches across, in the cs joint area, very tender to touch. ?

I am in severe pain, left neck, shoulder, & clavicle area. I have swelling about 3 inches across, in the cs joint area, very tender to touch. ?

Abscess: You may be describing an abscess or pus pocket eg painful swelling. Best to go see your Family Doc ASAP for evaluation & treatment as you may need to get swelling lanced & drained then started on antibiotics. Go to Urgent Care or ER if necessary. You may apply warmth/heat temporarily if necessary. In meantime, mark circumference of swelling w/indelible pen to give docs some idea of spread. ...Read more

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I have the same symptoms as appendicitis. But the severe pain is on my left side. Does this mean I have appendicitis?

I have the same symptoms as appendicitis. But the severe pain is on my left side. Does this mean I have appendicitis?

Get medical Ckup: Any abdominal pain if it persists beyond a few hours is of serious concern especially if it is associated with nausea/vomiting or fever. If the pain is persistent and severe, you should head to the ER to find out the cause. Appendicitis is still a possibility despite the location of the pain but the pain has to be pretty severe to consider this as a likely diagnosis. ...Read more

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I'm concerned about some symptoms i've been experiencing a couple days now. It started with severe pain in my mid to upper back. I'm concerned about some symptoms i've been experiencing a couple days now. It started with severe pain in my mid to upper bac

Hello. : Hello. I don't know your diagnosis. There are a number of things which could present similarly. I don't know your age, if you have family history of cardiac disease, if you are a smoker, hypertensive etc. But based on the fact that you have chest pain, nausea & dizziness, I do would get it evaluated forth with. Here are possible symptoms of a mycocardial infarction (heart attack). Chest pain, tightness, squeezing or fullness is the most common presentation. However the pain can also present in the upper back, the upper middle abdomen, jaw, head, teeth or in the arms (left more than right). One could have nausea, vomiting or it could feel like indigestion or heartburn. Feeling short of breath, sweating and just feeling out of sorts can also occur. About a fourth of people have no significant symptoms during a heart attack. Although there are things you describe that wouldn't be real typical for a heart attack, the problem is that some people have some very atypical cardiac events. Recommend that this be evaluated expeditiously. ...Read more

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How should I know that I have a periformis syndrome.W hat are the symptoms?Is it just a severe pain in the butt .Cheek?

How should I know that I have a periformis syndrome.W hat are the symptoms?Is it just a severe pain in the butt .Cheek?

Piriformis Syndrome: Piriformis syndrome can give you low back and buttock pain that radiates down the back of your leg on the affected side. The best way to diagnose it is by history, physical exam, and response to a piriformis muscle block which is an easy block to do. Find an interventional pain management physician certified by isis or asipp to have that evaluated and treated. ...Read more

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Unusual periods with severe pain and flu like symptoms.....

Unusual periods with severe pain and flu like symptoms.....

How are they unusual: Bleeding patterns with the menstrual cycle say a lot about what may be wrong in terms of hormones or fibroids or other issues that could be going on. Flu like symptoms aren't typically associated with one's uterus, however before a menstrual cycle women can get body aches and bloating due to elevated hormone levels. If you are having absence of menses or bleeding more than once a month, see md. ...Read more

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