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Tightness In Bicep
Spasm/inflammation: Recommend stretching protocol, avoiding repetitive use, and strengthening program.
Had blood drawn 2 days ago in my cephalic vein in elbow crease. 3rd time in 2 weeks. Tourniquet was tight. Bicep area hurts alot, no bruise. Worried.
MAYBE VEIN IRRITATED: Tourniquets, by nature, are supposed to be tight. Maybe phlebitis. See your doctor.
What could be wrong with my arm? Female, 33. No injury to arm. Tight, burning sensation in left bicep. Feels better when elbow is bent 90 degrees. Also, aching pain in front of shoulder when playing the flute. Symptoms came out of nowhere and it has been
Biceps: Biceps tendinitis, may have symptoms of burning pain at the front of the shoulder, tightness I the biceps muscle (depending upon forearm rotation and elbow position) there are several causes and associated problems but overhead activity usually exacerbates this. If symptoms persist talk to your pcp regarding an evaluation and anti inflammatories or see an orthopedic surgeon.
Slight shoulder pain and tightness. Cramping/sharp pains in bicep, tricep, and shooting pain in forearm. Pain come on for minute or two then go away?
Shoulder origin: These pains may be referred from a tendonitis of the shoulder or may indicate a pinched nerve in the neck or shoulder area. The jabbing, sharp nature of the discomfort suggests nerve pain, however. An orthopedic specialist is well qualified to evaluate and recommend any appropriate tests and treatment.
I had blood drawn 5 days ago. She tied the tourniquet very tight and fast. I now have shooting pain in my bicep when I use this muscle. What can I do?
Best to wait some,,: It'd probably be best to wait a little, like a couple of days to see if it goes away or gets worse. Very rarely blood drawing for tests or donation may have complications like the needle hitting a nerve or an artery. If it gets worse fast, see a dr. Right away, but if it doesn't or gets better, it's likely no problem. Best of luck.
Pains shooting in hand, moved to bicep. Forearm felt tight and tingly. Pain has now moved to armpit. Bicep feels like it's been punched. Very painful?
Have it evaluated.: Then see a doctor and have the problem evaluated. You will not find the answer and the solution on the internet.
I was given a post op range of motion brace after biceps tendon surgery but given no instruction on how tight to wear it.
Take charge: This is an easy one. You must call your surgeon and/or therapist and ask for clarification. Good luck.
I have sharp pains in my elbows, biceps, shoulder. Both arms also feel tight. Last year I got a stress test my heart checked all was ok.?
Rheumatologist: Your symptoms sound more related to muscles, tendons, ligaments. Or peripheral nerves. I recommend a consultation with a rheumatologist for diagnosis and treatment.See 1 more doctor answer
Periodic left forearm bicep and hand numbness tight shoulder when I look straight down back feels tight goes away after I take my ativan (lorazepam)?
Pinched Ulner nerve. Doing activity with arm, feel weak @ bicep and chest tightness occurs. Doctor ruled out heart issue. Can a pinch nerve cause this
Have a trobbing pain on the upper bicep...kinda feels like when the dr takes your blood pressure. Tights dull throb. Had it for 2 hrs now. Should I b?
Pain tights calfs constant and bicep when I touch run climb downstairs blood spine brain MRI clear emg slight fasciculation doc says bfs is ipossible?
Get offline/go to ER: Chest pain should be evaluated promptly. Seek medical help in person.
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