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Swollen Coccyx Symptoms
CRPS left foot, stress fx, ORIF- redness, pain, sensitivity, swelling. Right foot swelling sometimes- no other symptoms. CRPS spreading?
Be checked by your..: Online inquiry and "guessing" at this time would not realistically help answer your concern. The best thing to do is to timely ask your treating doctor who knows more & better about your individual local and systemic conditions than anyone online. How to get all related things for good medical care done correctly? Follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
See below: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will your doctor be in a position to tell you what's wrong and what needs to be done to help you. ...Read more
Symptoms- foot burning, hand pain, calf pain, swelling joints, hard to walk, fatigue, headaches, cold or hot things on feet cause pain. not diabetic.
Neuropathy?: 19F Symptoms- foot burning, hand pain, calf pain, swelling joints, hard to walk, fatigue, headaches, cold or hot things on feet cause pain. not diabetic. ANS: And your question is? How long has this been going on. Discuss with your Dr who can do some simple tests to see if you have a neuropathy. Would be unusual at your age if everything else OK. I would go to uptodate.com and read as well. ...Read more
Non specific: Many things cause knee pain. For instance fracture, bruise, meniscus tear, inflammation, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, arthritis, ligament tear, effusion you need to see a doctor if it does not go away with routine Aspirin doses. To determine.... What is causing your pain. I do many mris to see whats wrong. However - just having pain in not enough to ask for an MRI - ask your doctor. ...Read more
See your doctor: You need to be examined in real-time by your doctor to answer this question. ...Read more
2weeks-severl month: Coccydynia is diagnosed based solely on the symptoms and the examination findings of local tenderness. Rest, avoiding re-injury to the affected area, antiinflammation and pain medications can relieve symptoms. Some patients with persistent coccydynia are treated with local cortisone injection. Rarely, a surgical resection of the coccyx can be performed remove the irritated bony prominence. ...Read more
Any ideas? Joint/muscle pain, low fever, chest pain, fatigue, swollen ankles, red nodes on shins. Heading to a rheumatologist in 4 weeks
Doing right things..: You're doing right thing to see doctor in 4 weeks. Right now, just painstakingly collect the feature, degree, and progress of the symptoms with their detailed sequence of events, and bring them to doctor for analysis, history, physicals, and tests as needed as scheduled. Besides, always practicing healthy lifestyle with no obsession will help anyone live a better life. Meanwhile, eat less salt.. ...Read more
I am experiencing cheek swelling, foot swelling, cold feet and cold hands. The following also describe me: Painful swollen joints and Finger pain....
Cold hands and feet: Sorry to hear about your problems. Best we do a 2nd opinion wth me so we can get to the causes of your problem. ...Read more
Herniated discs l4/l5, l5/s1, bilateral sacroillitis x5 years, chronic back pain and worsening leg weakness. Sick of pt, now what?
Sick of PT: Unfortunately, with your issues exercise is an important factor. Swimming is best as it can be low impact while keeping the joints moving. Si joints can be made numb with raiofrequency performed by a qualified pain doc and can last upto a year or more. Herniated discs too can be treated with minimally invasive techniques, esp if they are contained (the outer rim is intact). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have facial pain, bad nasal congestion, jaw pain & stiffness, &a very painful & stiff lower back. Could it be sinusitis &arthritis?
I have rib pain, hip pain, petechiae, headaches, night sweats, rashes, extreme fatigue, swollen lymph nodes,lots of bruising , mouth/bleeding sores,
Blood cell problem: I am truly sorry that you're suffering with this problem. You need to be under the care of a hematologist immediately. You may have have a severe hematological problem. If you have not seen a specialist please do so now. It sounds as if you are in the care of a doctor, but a specialist is in order. ...Read more
See last question** Can chronic infected pilonidal cyst cause persistant swollen inguinal lymph node on one side?
Doubtful: I doubt the enlarged lymph node is related to the infected pilonidal cyst. This should be evaluated by a physician to ensure that this is a lymph node and not an inguinal hernia and if the enlarged lymph node has been present for more than a couple of weeks or if there are other enlarged lymph glands blood work and biopsy of that inguinal mass may be advised. ...Read more
Can't figure out these symptoms Non-exertional chest pain, cold hands, unilateral swollen interphalangeal thumb joint w/o trauma, dyspnea on awakening?
Think rheumatic dz: Definitely confusing! Nontraumatic IP joint swelling, especially in the thumb, brings to mind rheumatoid arthritis (RA). A common complication of RA is costochondritis which affects the rib joints (chest pain) & a variant called Caplan's Syndrome leads to lung nodules. Other autoimmune diseases may mimic RA (lupus?) but testing by a Rheumatologist may sort things out for u. Good Luck! Thanx 4 ur Q ...Read more
I am experiencing leg swelling, hand swelling, nausea (severity: mild) , bloating or abdominal fullness, swollen abdomen, headache (occurred: 1 to...
Many symptoms : Unable to help you this way as need more information and you may need labs and examination at a minimum ...Read more
Chronic joint pain/swelling, numbness, fatigue, migraines, mouth sores, swollen lymph nodes, weight loss, pain when breathing, nausea. Lupus?
Or something else: Lupus and other connective tissue diseases can share these symptoms. Infection followed by malignancy are less likely but not impossible. Either way, you as a 25 year old female should see a rheumatologist, or alternatively internist if rheum is not readily available. Early treatment is advised. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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