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Splinter But No Pain
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Help! I am getting splinter like pain in my right arm whenever I push on it. I am not sure if it is related to a black splinter I got a few days ago..
Literally a splinter: What do you mean by splinter pain in your arm? Where are you saying the splinter is? Doesn't sound right to me. Please clarify and resubmit. ...Read more
It can be many thing: It can be a splinter or broken piece of glass imbedded in the pulp of the toe. Perhaps it is bruised from overuse or it was injured. Some medical conditions such as diabetes can cause pain and abnormal sensations that start in the toes, such as diabetic neuropathy. ...Read more
Big toe pain: If by under the big toe you mean the bottom or plantar aspect of the big toe, it could be a tendonitis of the flexor hallucis longus tendon or boney spurring of the bottom of the interphalangeal joint of the big toe. A physical exam and x ray by a podiatrist will help get to the bottom of your problem. Good luck. ...Read more
Get a diagnosis: Pain in that area could be due to trauma (fracture, tendon or ligamentous tear, arthritis), infection, inflammation, metabolic conditions (gout) musculoskeletal (bony over growth) or biomechanical abnormality, or neurologic conditions (neuropathy). A thorough history and physical exam and possibly laboratory and radiology exams could determine the cause. Have it evaluated by a professional. ...Read more
Punched mirror 3 days ago got minor cuts all are healing but my pinky knuckle still hurts when touched No pain when moving. Can splinters be in there?
I have just recovered from bronchitis and sinusitis, however I’ve developed pain in the bottom of my right rib. Coughing, touching or if a move a certain way causes extreme pain. (General standing and sitting I am in no pain.)?
You most likely were having coughing spells while sick and have now strained your intercostal muscles.
They will get better in the next few days. You could take aspirin or such for a few days. If it continues longer or gets worse then you should be seen either by your physician or the emergency department depending on how bad the symptoms are.
Right now give it a few days, but keep taking deep b ...Read more
Most common cause..: Eating food with garlic. Other spices can also have a garlicy odor. Bravo italian cokking! ...Read more
Not necessarily: You can ask your physician to have it removed and sometimes depending on the location you may have to see a specialist. Infection is always a risk, but it's not necessarily something that always happens. ...Read more
Yes: The most common type of spondylolisthesis will rarely progress to a severe slip. Most of the time, the progression stops when a person reaches adulthood. The other common kind occurs in middle life and beyond, and rarely progresses beyond grade 1 or 2 (mild). The process of slippage is not something people feel. ...Read more
Might try: Soaking in warm epsom salts.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not necessarily: You can have this assessed by your physician. ...Read more
That's a long time: Four years is a long time, and usually no pain does not always indicate that there no inflammation present. There are other signs like redness, and swelling that would indicate inflammation. So, it's best to see your doctor to have it physically examined, so that you get the proper diagnosis and treatment done., four years is a long time to wait, so don't delay any further. ...Read more
Pain pill: I call it DAMitall. But need more information. ...Read more
Check diet: There are many reasons for bloating from poor digestion, imbalance of pH in stomach, gallbladder disease, enzyme deficiency. See what foods increase the bloating and avoid those types of foods. Check with your provider for any test they can do. There are OTC gas pills but have your provider do testing to rule out any other type of problem ...Read more