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Severe Pain With Standing
What is the word for thickening of the surface of the calcaneus bone that also causes severe pain when standing?
Topics/lower rt leg severe pain upon standing in one area, MRI of leg & back fine., vascular ok, for 8 weeks, nxt week emg on leg, help?
Depends.: It may be helpful to know the particular area of pain. A leg pain may be from the hip, lower pelvic region, thigh, knee or below the knee. Pain may be from the bones, mucles, or nerves. The result of the EMG may help. ...Read more
I have livedo reticularis on palms (hands) and soles (feet), causing severe pain when standing or holding object in hand. What tests do I need?
General eval: By primary care. Then if indicated testing for clotting disorders like antiphospholipid antibodies and MTHFR mutation. ...Read more
18weeks pregnant with severe pelvic pain. Standing hurts. Walking hurts. Putting on clothes hurt, even lying down hurts. Started at 14 weeks. Normal?
Yes and no: It's normal for women who are pregnant to have pelvic pain and pressure throughout pregnancy. Not knowing you or being able to examine you, it's hard to say if yours is the 'typical' pain or is something else. Definitely make an appt asap to discuss with doctor. They may want to check a cervical length to make sure that you're not dilating. See a doctor for an expert opinion on this. ...Read more
I suffer from severe sweating when I have a severe pain attack from long-standing crps. Is this normal?
Yes: Sweating is one of the symptoms of crps and is a common feature when one has a flare. ...Read more
Which id better kyphoplasty or vertebroplasty for repair 2 sided compression fracture no pain lying. Severe pain when sitting or standing in pt in 90s
What could be cause of sudden hip bone pain? The outer side bone 90° from where thigh-groin connect. Severe pain w.bent leg, standing & esp. Rest. 27f
Trochanteric bursa: If the pain is on the outer bony prominence of the hip, it may be from underlying trochanteric bursitis, an inflammation of the bursa overlying the lateral edge of the femur. NSAIDs, ice, rest, stretching, Physical therapy may help. A thorough orthopaedic examination and likely X-rays will help formulate your definitive diagnosis and treatment plan ...Read more
Why do I have severe low back pain when standing or bending but none at all when sitting or laying down?
Please help, severe knee pain, shaky when standing or trying to stand. Was at bedrest long time. Can I get strong?
Why the bed rest: Begin in water work with therapists wieghtassisted treadmill works people have madevit backto marathons-after brain stem strokes I doubt if your as bad off since you can communicate with computer. ...Read more
Causes of severe bilateral calf pain while standing (relieved by rest or walking) in 58 yr old female with no DVT, no neuro, no arterial issues?
Tight and strained:
The calf muscles become quite sore when they are tight.
Dorsiflexion at the ankle should be 5-10 degrees. Passive stretching is advised for such a condition. Active stretching may cause more injury to the muscle and tendon. Passive means off-weightbearing. Just sit and use a towel, belt or elastic band. ...Read more
44 f MS 12 yrs. Ddd facet joint pain mgt 9 weeks severe bi lateral knee pain upon standing & sitting. No injury or ra. Va says no mri. What now?
Several things: This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively. ...Read more
Does heart failure always show up on an eeg, MRI or Echo? What is the definition? I have severe chest pain, breathlessness, palpitations upon standing and walking around. Is that a definition of heart failure? Or does it need to show up on one of thos
No: Heart failure is a clinical (bedside) diagnosis. Symptoms are Shortness of breath on exertion and swelling of the ankles. The signs are elevated jugular venous pressure, rales in lungs, liver enlargement, and pitting edema. The objective tests are BNP blood test and chest Xray. The tests you mention may indicate heart problems but they do not diagnose heart failure. ...Read more
Could be plantar fascitis or a heel spur or even a fracture of the os calcis.
The cause is deterioration of ligaments along the longitudinal arch of the foot and esp at the metatarsal cuneiform m the cuneiform navicular, the talo navicular jont and at the spring ligament all of which stretch the plantar fascia and cause pain.
See a prolotherapist for help. Www. Getprol. Com or www. Aaomed. Org. ...Read more
Why use it?: Beserol has been withdrawn fro distribution in 40 countries. Chlormezanone and metamizole which are 2 of the main ingredients have each been implicated in serious, sometimes fatal side-effects. So why do you want to use it? ...Read more
L4-5 pain: Low back pain of spinal origin can be very painful. An expert opinion may help you determine if the disc or facet joints are causing the pain. Also fractures and other more severe problems can be ruled out. Treating it would initially include anti-inflammatories, possibly muscle relaxants and early mobilization. Pt should he considered and injections such as epidurals may e recommended, . ...Read more
Only 3 reasons: There are only 3 reasons: 1. Muscle disorder (e.g.Muscles spasms, stiffness, stress). 2. Bone disorder (e.g. Spinal stenosis, scoliosis, spondylosis) 3. Nerve disorder (neuritis and neuralgia) see your doctor for the back pain treatment, so you can stay moving, be active keep function. ...Read more
May not be related: Sounds like you are taking antibiotics to treat a respiratory tract infection. One way your infection and back pain may be related is if the infection traveled to your spine. Or you may have had a back condition such as a disc herniation which can become painful by coughing, as well as by sneezing and forceful laughing. Mention it to your doctor if not getting better. ...Read more
Yes you can.: Solpadeine is tylenol with caffeine. Targin is a trade name for oxycodone with naloxone (the former is an opiate analgesic, the latter is a receptor blocker to prevent addiction or overdose). Solpadeine will augment the 5mg targin and make it work better without any severe side effects in the short term, with the possible exception of caffeine induced insomnia. ...Read more
I've had severe pain in the left side of my body for the past 2 years. What could be causing this?
Likely myofascial: Severe pain from something really bad would have most likely been diagnosed in the past two years. Myofascial pain is under the radar of diagnostic testing and most practitioner's examination skills. You will have to find someone who understands myofascial pain. Www. Blatmanhealthandwellness. Com ...Read more
Is it normal to have exterme loss of self confidence after being off of severe pain medication for 6 months?
Depression and meds: Can make u lose ur self-esteem ;self-confidence. However, there's always hope! Seek help from a psychologist or psychiatrist; follow up with ur pain mx. Consider tapering down on ur narcotics. God bless u! http://thinksimplenow. Com/happiness/the-art-of-building-self-esteem/ http://psychcentral. Com/blog/archives/2011/10/30/6-tips-to-improve-your-self-esteem/http://www. Theinterviewwithgod. Com. ...Read more
Hello Dr. I am a 58 year old male and have severe pain in the lower right side of my back, more to the side.?
Be seen: If it is real severe, consider being seen. It can be musculoskeletal, but it can also potentially be from other causes such as a kidney stone or urinary infection. An exam and appropriate studies will likely show the cause. ...Read more
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