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Stinging Pain In Arm
I had pain in my shoulder last year and was a stress fracture. Now I have stinging pain in arm thought my leg left side. Doctor arm specialist said it was musclier. But when I play baseball it feels like it did last year with the stress fracture.help?
Shoulder pain/stress: Stress fracture in shoulder, pain for >one year,Where is the worst pain ?Touch yourself, and do a drawing of your shoulder, arm, forearm, wrist and hand. Standardize the pain.No pain=0,mild=1-2-3,4 moderate=5,-6,-7 and severe=8-9-10.Touch with the index,applying moderate pressure, and mark it on the drawing, all numbers above 7. All those are trigger,points. Should be infiltrated with Depo Medro ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Shoulders sunburn w/blisters all over burn area. Very painful. Not able to lift or bend arms. Moving arms causes stinging. Pain down arm w/no sunburn
4 days ago I started having random stinging pain in my left arm that has stayed and a dull aching pain in my jaw thats somewhat nauseating. ?
Arm & jaw pain: Without knowing your age, I would recommend you have a medical evaluation now. Arm and jaw pain with nausea are possible indications of angina, which is a problem with blood flow in the arteries of the heart. There are other possibilities, but the serious things need to be ruled out first. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Upper left arm pain that feels achy, stinging, slight burning hurts to move sometimes. Goes limp when i lay on it and sometimes weak. Sudden pain.
Shoulder pain, arm pain and numbness elbow pain, dull and sometimes stings diagnised with over use injury more than 2 months ago still have pain?
1wk of mild constant upper arm pain w/ spontaneous bouts of intense stabbing/stinging pain.Not affected by movement/touch.No trauma.No other symptom.?
Varies: Multiple potential causes, I would not hesitate to be seen. A "pinched nerve" in the neck, otherwise known as a cervical radiculopathy, can cause similar symptoms as what you are describing although there are other possibilities as well. A simple physical exam could go a long way to determine the likely cause. ...Read more
Sudden upper left arm pain with no injury? 22 y.O female. Achy, comes and goes, burns and stings. Felt in back and neck as well. Osteosarcoma? Strain?
Nerve Pinch: This sounds like a pinched nerve in the neck. Although it could be other less common causes. If you have no other medical problems: infection history, cancer history and no significant weakness then give the pain 6-8 weeks to improve. Nsaids can be beneficial (unless you have kidney problems). Talk to your doctor if not improving over time. ...Read more
I was stung by jellyfish had a reaction which has returned. Along with head ache ear and arm pain on my left side only could the pain be from stings?
How long after?: Although most jellyfish sting pain is acute, there are some cases of delayed/recurring reactions days or weeks later. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/pmc2380397/ sea-bather's eruption is an example, where the nematocysts (the stinging parts of the jellyfish) can remain in swimsuits and cause a reaction when the person puts his/her bathing suit back on. If longer time gap, another cause. ...Read more
So many things: There are so many causes. They include problems with the joints, muscles, tendons. One can get arm pain from a pinched nerve in the neck or in the bundle of nerves at the top of the arm called the brachial plexus. People who have heart attacks often experience pain in their left arm (although occ the right). Overworked or strained muscles can cause arms pain. Pinched nerves in the elbow or wrist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diagnose: It really comes down to the cause of the problem, and many possible causes exist. A detailed exam and possibly further studies can usually determine the cause, which is the key to determining treatment options. Consider being seen. ...Read more
Arm pain: Pain with arm movement is likely the arm/shoulder. Pain with neck movement suggests nerve pain from a herniated disc. Neither urgent if not progressing. Ok to try some nsaids, ice/heat for a couple days. Typically, these usually improve over several weeks. Pain that does not deserves a doc evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Arm pain : What is the diagnosis? This would help determine the best course of treatment. ...Read more