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Upon Waking Up I Have Pain In My Ankles
My Primary is out of town, received lab results with + for IGG P41 and 39; 9 CRP. Symptoms swollen tendons in both feet/ankles. Stiffness upon waking.
Likely a neg test: You have circulating antibodies that bind to 2 of the proteins on the Lyme disease panel. A high percentage of people who have never been exposed to Lyme's disease will have such antibodies. A person who is infected would be expected to have more antibodies that bind a higher percentage of the proteins in the test (>4 + IgG results, statistically). ...Read more
Tingling in rt heel and ball of foot upon waking. No loss of function. Assessed by neurologist 3 mos ago, stress, it went away. Should i revisit dr?
Top of one foot pain when walking/movement especially upon waking & after rest for over 4 months. RA has been ruled out. what else can it be?
I have been waking up with bites on my ankles and one occasionally on my thigh or knee. I think I'm getting them from my bed. But I'm the only one. Y?
Not normal: This is not normal. Consistent ankle pain can be a sign of a poorly rehabilitated ankle or a deeper underlying pathology involving the cartilage, ligaments or tendons in and around the ankle. A consultation with your local orthopedic surgeon might be warranted. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Could you phrase tell me how long after modified brostrum surgery will the ankle click upon certain movements? Not painful. What does it mean?
Means you should : Consult with your surgeon....Get a more detailed answer ›
I have been waking up with very small itchy bumps on the tops of my feet and ankles. Only one or two bumps appear at a time. They look like a bug bite?
Very RARE disease: A rare disease called relapsing polychondritis -- a rare illness that causes inflammation of the cartilage in the body. Organs that contain cartilage become swollen, including the eyes, heart and blood vessels. The underlying cause for relapsing polychondritis is unknown, but the immune system, which normally fights infection, attacks the cartilage throughout thebody. Treament is nsaids. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer