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Tightness In Both Arms
I have r.S.I. For 7yrs & I have recurring pain & tightness in both upper arms/shoulders & also recurring carpal tunnel symptoms.Will it ever heal
RSI can improve: Repetitive stress injury can take a long time to heal. Improper ergonomics and incorrect posture can be a contributing factor as well. Best treatment is appropriate stretching and strengthening as directed by a physical therapist, being mindful of posture, as well as taking breaks from repetitive tasks. Consider having your neck evaluated as a pinched nerve can cause similar pain complaints. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been having odd pains in my arms, almost like growing pains very tight and constricted in different parts of my arms on both arms for a month.
Unclear: Based on limited history it is hard to give any advice except see your MD. Any problem that hangs around this long needs to have a good checkup. You list heart disease in family but at your age it's very unusual for that to be the cause. Make sure you are taking a multivitamin as many teens don't eat balanced and lack of certain minerals can cause muscle fatigue. Drink lots of water - c MD soon ...Read more
Warm sensation travelled from my fingertips to shoulders in both arms. Fifteen minutes later my insides were jittery & for 2 hours head & neck tight.
Neck injury/pain: The nerves to your arms travel through your neck. Thus, if you have some type of neck injury, infection, or arthritis that interacts with these nerves, you will have "tingling" or "electric shock" like sensations in the areas that are served by those nerves (such as your arms). Nerve injury or damage can also cause jittery sensations. ...Read more
Tingling in both arms and weird heavy feeling and slightly tight around my armpits... What's wrong? I have eds, and asthma, but never had this before.
More history: You will need to provide a more detailed history including your age, gender, and other risk factors. If you are over 50 and have hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and/or diabetes, you need to see a cardiologist. If eds means erectile dysfunction, then i think this may be a sign of an impending heart attack. Run , don't walk to your cardiologist's office. ...Read more
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. ?
What are the causes for clonus hyperreflexia in both arms and legs. MRI shows no signs of MS or neuron impairment?
MRI only tells: .. part of the story. If you have myoclonus and hyper-reflexia, you must establish a strong relationship with a good neurologist in order to get diagnosed and treated as soon as possible. North of the equator, there are several devastating neurological disorders that cause these symptoms, multiple sclerosis being only one of them. Please get yourself diagnosed quickly. ...Read more
I was just suddenly sick with sever pains in my chest feeling like being crushed also pain down both arms. And my arm muscles tighter to the pocouldii?
You need to be seen: Crushing chest pain could be a serious emergency. You have very complex pain problems and only someone who knows you could treat this new pain problem. If that person is unavailable, then you could seek help with someone else today and ask for consultation with your pain specialist. Good luck! ...Read more
Tendonitis: You more than likely have tendonitis if both elbows are hurting.In your daily workouts try to avoid( for a couple of weeks) weights that involve holding free or universal wts.Try to avoid using a "power grip". Work out your legs for awhile and do some cardio. Let your elbows rest and try an anti inflammatory ( ibuprofen) medicine. If u don't improve after a few weeks see your pcp. Good luck! ...Read more
No: ' Snapping triceps ' in my experience is rare, usually associated w/ ulnar nerve( funny bone) subluxation , and most often, unilateral. Best advice is to get a thorough examination by a sports medicine trained ORS. Commonly, 'snapping triceps' occurs later in extension of the elbow ( 110 degrees ), whereas ulnar n.'snapping' @ 75degrees)...(earlier before full extension).exam is the key.GL! ...Read more
Doctor can evaluate: Is chronic wind the stomach gas & bloating, with a need to burp? Or, is chronic wind the intestinal gas, with a need to pass gas via the anus (fart)? Stomach gas and heartburn (reflux) can cause chest pains. Chest pains can also be spasms in the esophagus or angina pain (as in heart attack pain). The aorta is also in the chest. Pains going down the arms can also be effects on spinal cord nerves. ...Read more
Hyperventilation: Complaint of paresthesias in both upper extremities & peri-oral region of face is a non-physiologic/anatomic pattern of neural function/expression. More likely explanation is systemic metabolic changes in blood acid-base balance incited by hyperventilation. Underlying anxiety disorder is commonly primary cause in the symptom-arousing causal chain of these physiologic events. ...Read more
Rash: This would require in-person assessment for accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. ...Read more