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Depends: It would depend on the severity of the tear, your overall health, your prescribed therapy and your own inate ability to heal. It could be anywhere from a couple of weeks to 6 weeks or more. Get a good evaluation from an orthopedist or a sports medicine specialist and perhaps a physical therapist dealing with sports injuries. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I pulled my sartorius a month ago and there is still no change. Is there any possibility that it's torn? It happened right after I ran in a xc race.
Advise PT for rehab: See a pt for rehab. If no better in 2 weeks see pcp or an ortho doc. ...Read more
I have been told I have displaced or twisted to the inside sartorius muscle. Physical therapist aligned it back 3 times but it keeps getting twisted..
Sartorius: If that is a persistent issue and PT not belong I would discuss with a orthopedist ...Read more
What happens if both your sartorius muscles become extremely tight and they feel like they're on the inside of your thigh please give some good detail?
I have pain in my sartorius or gracilis muscle. I had an ACL reconstruction a year ago and they used one of the above muscle.?
I think I tore my sartorius yesterday. The pain is sharp with any rotation of my leg, or raising. How do I know if this is DOMS, a strain, or a tear?
Get it checked: You will know what it is by getting it checked by your doctor. You will go through detailed history and physical exam to make the correct deiagnosis ...Read more
I have twitches for 2 days now, it went down in severity, it's isolated to a single location on my thigh (sartorius muscle if I am not mistaken), should I be worried?
Not yet: Muscle twitching for two days in a middle age male is very likely related to isolated overuse of a local muscle group. Warm soaks, calcium supplements or foods, and rest will likely accompany resolution. Continuance after a week or so, worsening, or occurrence of other symptoms might suggest a doctor visit. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Sudden muscul force: The mechanism of injury in apophyseal avulsions is sudden forceful concentric or eccentric muscle contraction during running, jumping or kicking a ball, which results in traction on the unfused apophysis. Extreme passive stretching and chronic repetitive microtrauma have also been implicated in the development of apophyseal avulsion. ...Read more
Torn Skin Issues: "torn skin" or any break in the skin is at risk for infection. If the wound is superficial enough then a bandage with antibacterial ointment should be sufficient. If the wound is deeper, it might require more care such as oral antibiotics or even sutures to close it. If the wound oozes pus, has an intense odor, or is red/inflamed, it is important to have it looked at by a healthcare professional. ...Read more
Surgery sometimes: That would depend on where is the tear and how much it compromises flow to vital organs. If the tear is within the first few inches of the aorta taking off from the heart, emergent surgery is needed. If the tear is further downstream and does not compromise flow to vital organs then it may be treated with medications for pain/high blood pressure and watchful waiting. ...Read more
Pain and weakness: Pain usually on the front and outside of the shoulder. Pain often radiates down the lateral arm/deltoid. Pain is worse when reaching up and/or out. Pain at night, especially while trying to sleep is common. Weakness of the arm, especially when overhead, is very common. If I can help, then join my care team at www. Healthtap. Com/dr-clarkeholmes ...Read more
Yes: The hymen is a thin, circular or crescent-shaped fold of mucous membrane located just inside the introitus. The hymen can be different in each women. It can tear with intercourse, tampon use, masturbation. Sometimes it may not tear at all. The hymen can tear in several places or one place, as it is stretched. The torn edges heal quickly so, the hymen is never totally torn. ...Read more