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Shoulder tendonitis & bicep lump(mri showed fatty tissue) presenting the same day. 2 months later I have a tricep lump & pain. What is this?
See below : Not enough information really to help you at this time i would recommend you seek out an orthopedic surgeon for evaluation of your shoulder problem thank you. ...Read more
Im voltaren (diclofenac) on left tricep, has hard lump, really sore. I read that im voltaren (diclofenac) can cause necrosis. My whole body is also sore like with fm. Necrosis?
My husband is 38 yrs old good health has a lump under skin on tricep! Doesn't hurt feels fine what could this be?
?: Hard to say. The possibilities are many. He should be examined and go from there. ...Read more
I kind of have this lump just below my tricep near the elbow. I workout with weights in the gym....I i noticed this after couple of months?
I am experiencing a lump on my right arm near tricep. The following also describes me: painless but lump. What should I do?
Well: Need more history. How long has it been there? Any changes? Perhaps start with an evaluation. See what the doctor says. You may need an ultra sound. Get your evaluation and diagnosis. Start there ...Read more
Bean sized soft lump which seems alittle movable on lower triceps ... was doing pull ups two weeks prior before i felt it ..had it for a year and it seems to get smaller at times and gos back to being bean sized and tender at times ..
What is a painful lump in triceps??
i have one in my right triceps and it moves under skin.if it's a tumor,have any chance to be cancer?
See MD: Usually little lumps are fatty deposits called lipomas, but they may represent other problems, be seen and put your mind at ease. May be nothing but infected lymphnode, but should be seen. Good luck. ...Read more
Over 50 rubbery to hard, slight painful lumps in tricep, gracilis under rib and lumbar area. lipoma? 50lbs overweight, not visible, some are deep.
Lipomas??: Without an exam it would be difficult to say. It sounds like lipomas - fatty tumors. some people have a few, some have a bunch. They can be removed if needed. They don't habe to be removed if it is determined that they are lipomas. See you doctor or surgeon to make sure. ...Read more
Pea sized lump under skin on tricep. Very light green blue, just like my veins. I think a vein runs right by it. Primary doc not concerned but I am.
Blocked gland?: A sebaceous cyst is a collection of oily fluid that occurs when an oil gland is blocked. Some folks are more prone to them than other and they often appear on the neck, shoulders, and back. Try to avoid skin products that are oily. I would also stay away from transfats and bad oils, which is good for overall health. Saunas and sweating may help a bit although i don't of data. Ask doc about it. ...Read more
I have a lump on my elbow next to the elbow bone and I have an uncomfortable pain in my forearm and tricep, it doesn't look like a zit or bug bite ?
Likely bursitis: You should seek evaluation by an orthopaedic surgeon or physician focusing on musculoskeletal injuries. The image shows a typical appearance of olecranon bursitis- a common condition that usually resolves with rest, ice, anti-inflammatory medications (nsaids), and brief immobilization. Aspiration is frowned upon due to increased risk of infection, but is occasionally indicated. ...Read more
Firm, non visible, pea size slight painful lumps near inner triceps, gracilis on thigh and lumbar area. PA-C friend said lymph nodes arent in this area. Could be lipoma? No ins. Warrant DR visit
Triceps work.: Triceps exercises include cable triceps extensions, overhead dumbbell extensions (one heavier dumbbell with both hands or lighter dumbbell in each hand), dumbbell kickbacks (light weight), close-grip bench presses, overhead cable extensions, and dips to name a few. Shoot for 3-4 sets per exercise, 8-12 reps, once weekly. Each day you work triceps, choose two of these exercises. ...Read more
Many will: Pushup, dips, press downs, french press ... really any exercise where you extend your arm out - as in "press" your hand out - will engage the triceps. Even planks will do so, much less so if you "lock" your arms out - as at that point much of the stress going into the elbow joint(aka bad) rather than the surrounding muscles. ...Read more
Depends where torn: A torn triceps at the attachment of the muscle to bone (the tendon) needs to be re-attached through surgery. If the muscle is torn in the body of the muscle then surgery is less successful. Typically the torn muscle will scar down and after it heals you can do rehab and physical therapy. There is nothing you can do to accelerate the healing other than rest the muscle and do not overuse it. ...Read more
Work them: Do different types of curls and extensions. Eat right. And keep changing up your workout routine. Your muscles get 'used to' the same work out, so it is best to keep changing the exercises that you do. Use heavier weights with less reps. From personal experience, triceps are very tough muscles to bulk up. And they are even tougher to maintain. So keep at it. Good luck. ...Read more
Chin ups, push ups: For true isolation of the bicep or triceps I would do isolated bicep curls on and incline bench or curl machine. As for the triceps french presses (skull crushers) and tricep press downs work great. Now if you truly wish to work things out better I would do chin ups and push ups (close grip if you really want to target the tricep. ...Read more
Tendinitis : When you do triceps extensions you are working muscles/ tendons about the elbow that can cause pain. The triceps itself on the back of the elbow can get irritated. More commonly , however , the 'power grip' used to do triceps extensions can result in lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow )esp. If u have just begun lifting or increased the # of workouts or wt. U are lifting. Rest, nsaids , ice . Gl! ...Read more
The basic staple of bicep exercises are the bicep curl. There are many variations of this exercise. For your triceps, like your biceps there are many different types of exercise from dips to extensions. For either muscle group, here is a great website to guide your through the myriad of different possible exercises.
http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/finder/lookup/filter/muscle/id/15/muscle/ ...Read more
It takes the full extension of the arm in a tricep exercise to activate this long head portion. Here is a detailed step by step tutorial for you!
http://www.livestrong.com/article/498939-how-to-work-the-long-head-triceps/ ...Read more
Elbow extension.: The tricep extension machines, that you find at health clubs/gyms, are very effective. ...Read more
Probably not: The two muscle groups act in concert one is a flexor, the second an extensor. Thus, you can exercise both at same time and achieve symmetry and balance. ...Read more
Yes: Certainly, but you need to vary the exercises, so that you hit the muscles from different angles ...Read more
Keep at it:
The best thing to do is concentrate on curls and extension exercises of different types. Use heavier weights and less reps to get bulk... Rather than lighter weights with more reps -which is better for trimming down on flabby arms. Be sure to eat right.
From personal experience... Triceps are difficult to 'fill out.' they are tough to get bulky, and tough to maintain the bulkiness. Good luck. ...Read more
Back of the elbow: The back of the elbow is close to the insertion of the triceps tendon. It may be you need to change your exercise to avoid making this area more sore, so you can stretch it, and then build it stronger after the soreness subsides. ...Read more