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Uterosacral Ligament Tenderness
2wks ago bruised feeling above kneecap, slightly to the right. Then swelling, this has gone down, tender spot/bump is there.Slightly achey - ligament?
Knee issue: You may have sprained your knee but it sounds like it is healing. Do range of motion exercises as long as you're comfortable. If swelling still presence, an ace wrap or a pull on knee sleeve may still be used. Restrict weight bearing if still discomforting. Ibuprofen or Naproxen may be tried. ...Read more
I sprained my ankle 3 months ago, still swollen and it is tender around my talar dome/fibula. Is it a possible ligament tear?
Small, non-tender, non-growing bulge above groin, horizontally located halfway between leg crease and center of body. Feels like veins/ligaments, etc.
Can't turn my foot from side to side. Medial ligament in ankle is tender to touch but not very discolored. Difficulty walking & extreme pain. Sprain?
Posterior tib tendon: If your ankle is tender medially, you likely have posterior tibialis tendonitis, more common in people with flatfeet, but can occur in young people who are active. It is uncommon to sprain the medial deltoid ligament. Usually ankle spains involve the lateral ligaments. Apply ice, elevate, rest, take an anti-inflammatory. If your symptoms do not resolve in 10-14 days, seek ortho or podiatry care ...Read more
Reconstruction ankle ligament after grade III sprain in Feb 2014, physio, rehab + home exercises but still pain + tenderness in outer aspect of heel.
I have 2 lumps, both sides of my upper chest 2 in. Below the collar bones. No symptoms of cancer, tender to touch. Doc said it was ligament strain. ?
Unusual: It is unusual that ligament strain would result in lumps. The other information that i would want to know is if you are male vs female. In females, i would make sure of a recent breast examination, as cysts can occur. The other other possibility are lipomas, which are soft deposits of fat within the skin tissues. Lipomas are very common and usually are not cancerous. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NOT YET HEALED: Did you initially see a dr., or treat it yourself? If there is pain, something has not healed, either a ligament or even a broken bone. Unfortunately, a lot of "sprains" are undertreated, w/ people having lingering problems, sometimes a lifetime. It's also possible it's another joint; the subtalar joint. Only a doctor's exam would know for sure. Sincerely, Dr. Latva ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yesterday my ankle gave way twice while training, it's still sore. I torn a ligament 4yrs ago. I train 3x a week. Will I be ok soon? Should I see GP?
What should I do about a newly acquired persistent sore ligament or bursar in my right, stronest, shoulder?
What activities?: What activities cause the shoulder to hurt? Often an initial small pain or injury can cause one 2 hold the shoulder in a guarded position. This position becomes the starting point for future movements which, because of the abnormal starting position, are abnormal in character, leading 2 more wear and tear. Rehab must focus on getting the sholdr muscles to work as a unit from proper start postn. ...Read more
It would be better: If you specified which ligament. One of the reasons for a delay in improvement is the fact we walk on feet and use them when walking. This may cause delayed healing. There is a possibility of an occult or hidden injury as well. ...Read more