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Swollen Iliac Nodes
Explain "irregular border abdominal soft tissue density" left external iliac vessels. Swollen lymph nodes sll in neck, abdomen, main portal vein.
Give it time. It will heal. Putting ice on it soon after the event would have helped.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
Get HPV vaccine, if you are under 27 years of age. ...Read more
Not particularly: Other than the cosmetic issue of looking odd this is not a health issue. It will not expand into a clot that gives you a stroke or lung problem. It is localized damage to some superficial capillaries that will eventually heal with no scar. ...Read more
'i have swollen right testicle but there is no pain. Not sure what''s wrong but what should I do? '
Finger trauma: It is best to get an xray of the finger to make sure there is no fracture. ...Read more
I think my industrial is infected can you help it’s still swollen and has a bump I’ve had it two weeks now?
Piercings: Most industrial piercings involve a double upper ear cartilage. It can cause real problems if this area becomes inflammed or infected. You are more apt to get complication with a chondral piercing vice an ear lobe. Another issue can occur if you are reacting to the metal that makes up the piercing. Please have this medically evaluated. ...Read more
I had a lump in my perineum for about 3 years. And it gets big and then small. But this time u could. Really. See it cause. It s so swollen.
I had very rough sex with my s/o recently and my clitoris has been swollen and painful for two days now. It hurts to the touch. Could this be trauma?
Sprained 3 weeks ago; went to urgent care. Pain is still moderate. Have crutches but they hurt, been using a cane. It’s still swollen a little. Is the cane helping? What else can will help?
Sounds like: If you are still swollen and having this much pain. You need to return for a recheck and another Xray v ...Read more
Anasarca?: If there is swelling involving the entire body, the list of things that can cause it is long. Abnormalities relating to the heart, kidneys, intestines and the endocrine system can do this. Certain medications are implicated as well. Being more specific about the swelling would help your doctor provide a better answer. The complaint of "body swelling" requires a visit to the doctor. ...Read more
Podría ser normal, pero más notable debido a la pérdida de peso. Puede haber inflamación debido a una lesión en las costillas o la espalda, una hernia de estómago, o un tumor. Consulte a su médico.
It could be normal, but more noticeable due to weight loss. May be inflammation due to a rib or back injury, a stomach hernia, or tumor. See your doctor. ...Read more
Many things: Has there been injury? Does he have signs or symptoms of infection? One could consider tumor as the cause. This is not normal and I would recommend an urgent evaluation. Torsion of the testicles is another consideration but not common for both to have such an incident. Urge him to get checked out. ...Read more
Otolaryngologist: This is dependant on several factors. Does it come and go? Is it painful? Is the skin above tragus red? I believe you need to be examined by an otolaryngologist (ear, nose and throat doctor) to give you a real answer for this question. ...Read more
If that is a: Question instead of a statement, and you want to know why the end of your foreskin is swollen -- you need to let your doctor take a look at if for the proper diagnosis and treatment. If the entire foreskin is swollen and tight, you need to have it evaluated quickly. ...Read more
Stretch: Use ice around the tendon and antiinflammatory meds. Stretch or find a physical therapist that can help you with a stretching routine. The most common stretch is called the "runner's" stretch or "wall stretch". If pain is chronic, you may have other pathology rather than just tight/short ligaments and tendons. See a podiatrist (foot and ankle specialist) if pain is chronic. ...Read more
Infection?: You may have an infection or other problem. The only way to get this diagnosed is to go to your doctor and have this examined and diagnosed. Swelling is a sign of a problem. You need to get this addressed as quickly as possible. Today is better than tomorrow. ...Read more
Infection: This sounds lke an infection. If it is localized to one area, this could be an abecessed tooth and you should see a dentist. If it is generalized then see a doctor for treatment. ...Read more
Swollen knot: 'knots' or spasm can be due to many things - what were you doing when this began? Knots, lumps and bumps are best evaluate in person, where your doctor can take a good look and plan a course of care. ...Read more
Allergies: I can understand a swollen tongue but I have never heard of swollen nerve endings. Anything that can irritate your tongue will cause swelling. This might make your tongue more sensitive to other stimuli. An over the counter antihistamine like Benadryl (diphenhydramine) might help. ...Read more
Get it looked at...: Trauma that leads to discoloration should be examined. It it possible you have a fracture. Until you see someone, apply ice for the swelling and take an NSAID for the pain. Ouch! ...Read more
Swollen bump onthigh: It could be a bite but see your dr. ...Read more
VCs: What are the symptoms? What is the history? ...Read more
What is causing the muscles to swell? Does it occur after work or exercise? You may be straining the muscles, in which case, an anti-inflamatory medication (ibuprofen or naproxen) can be used along with ice and massage.
If it is not related to an activity, then you need to have it evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
Please start with a visit to your primary doctor to see what might be wrong with your heels. Your doctor will order imaging studies for your heels and decide what treatment is needed.
Depending on the imaging studies your doctor will take care of you or refer you to a specialist.
Hope all goes well - please let me know what happens. ...Read more