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Rest, ice, nsaids?: Sounds like you may have overdone some weights? Your body is responding to the stretch and telling you just that you need to take it easy to rest and possibly use ice and nsaids to help alleviate your symptoms if symptoms persist you should see an ortho- pedist and get examined. ...Read more
Strain vs bruise: Pain and soreness about your triceps is most likely do to an injury or overuse problem. You can sustain a bruise with direct blunt trauma, a partial tear or strain with resisted force injury (too heavy a weight or too many repetitions past point of fatigue). A thorough orthopaedic evaluation is warranted if your symptoms are not steadily resolving over the course of a week. ...Read more
Possibly CT: While asleep you might fold your wrists forward and pinch the median nerve in the palm side of the wrist, i.e., arouse symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Try wearing cock-up wrist splints to bed and review your daily activities for repetative stress to your wrists, i.e., repetative turning or bending. Take extra b- vitamins, which are reputed to help the nerve irritation of ct. ...Read more
Subsequent to doing pushups and pullups, my lower triceps near the elbow are sore. Is that normal?
5 days after arms workout, my triceps are still very sore and it's not easing up. Is there anything I can do?
Move slowly: How long have you been working out? Did you increase your weight significantly.? If your triceps are just equally sore, you could,probably start again with a lower weight. However, if you are feeling pain, you probably should wait to lift until you see your doctor if it continues. ...Read more
Method: Check your method , or have a trainer review with 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?
Chest sore when hunched laying on stomach. Have back knots come and go. Same in Triceps. Extensive cardiac workup besides cath. Normal. Meds dont reli?
Pain in elbow, upper forearm and into tricep on right side for the past 2 weeks. The skin is also sore. I've had people suggest it may be tennis elbow?
Left arm (tricep area) was side swiped by a car going approx. 40 mph. Soreness and minor bruising had followed, but nothing more. An I missing things?
If minimal symptoms : That continue to improve then should be no issues but if pain persists or worsens get a medical evaluation ...Read more
If there s pain in the elbow speciale when i workout triceps pull down or sometimes in sleeping. What can I do, if there any procedures I have to make?
Varies: There are a few potential causes and you may want to be checked. Probably the most common cause is a tendinitis of the triceps tendon. You would want to make sure you warm up well before working out with appropriate stretching and also avoid things that clearly aggravate it. If it does not improve an exam and appropriate studies can determine much more. Thank you. ...Read more
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Triceps Long Head: Depends on where it is hurting. If it is at the tendon attachment or in the tendon itself then rest and building up high rep/low weights (very low weight) workouts can help. If it is injured beyond responding to that then you might need prolotherapy in the tendon/tendon attachment. ...Read more
Not typically: Ulnar neuropathy is a nerve entrapment at the elbow with typical symptoms of numbness of the small 1 and 1/2 fingers and weakness of the intrinsic hand muscles. Pain in the triceps can be from a herniated disc in the neck at the c7 level. Subluxation of the triceps muscle can mimic both conditions. A good physical exam, complimented by emg/ncs can confirm the diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer