Top 20 Doctor insights on: What are the treatments for thigh splints
These are, more often that not, due to staph aureus infection, and you should be seen by a doctor, have one of these opened and cultured.
The important factor is to determine whether or not this is mrsa, and if so this will influence the choice of antibiotic. You might also need to attempt nasopharyngeal and skin colonization. Good luck. ...Read more
Nerve pain: The most common nerve issue is meralgia paresthetica, and may respond to loose clothing, or nerve pain suppressant drugs or even a Lidoderm parch locally. However, could be due to hip problem, pinched nerve in back. Physical therapy might help, maybe even an injection locally. First, get firm diagnosis, then decide on treatment. ...Read more
I have fat necrosis. I need any information about treatment. I have had it since bef2006. It staarted in rt thigh. Now everywher.
Interesting question: You may be having a recurrence of a previous infection and this requires immediate care. Please see your family physician or the previous specialist who treated you for this problem, now. ...Read more
I am having a severe pain of a short duration at the lateral and posterior aspect of the bilateral thigh, what can be the cause and treatment?
Find cause of damage: Many ways to damage a nerve. If due to compression, decompress via surgery a la carpal tunnel release. If due to hyperglycemia, get diabetes under control. If due to inadequate B12, take supplement. If unknown, try epilepsy meds such as gabapentin & pregabalin or perhaps antidepressants like amtitriptyline & nortriptyline. Bottom line, go see your Family Doc for complete evaluation. ...Read more
Depends: Are you male or female, and how high up the thigh? ...Read more
I'm fed up with spots on my bottom and inner thighs, is there some treatment I could use, I have had tetricyclicone (can't spell) didn't work?
Depends: It depends on what is causing your pain. You may want to see your doctor to see what exactly is going on. ...Read more
I have a sharp pain in my thigh. I have been diagnosed with osteoporosis of lumber spine. What is the treatment?
Have had tight hamstrings and inner thighs all my life stretching helps very minimally. Any causes treatments suggestions etc...?
This is most likely-: -genetics B-ing present @ Ur age. The only thing that U can do is stretching every day 2-3ttimes a day. It should not B forceful but gentle. U can also vary the way U sit, especially on a couch. Sit with 1 leg on the couch & lean forward towards Ur toes & then switch 2 the other leg. These tips may help U but it it is a slow process. @ Ur age U get board & don't keep @ it. Give it a try. ...Read more
I have numbeness inmy outer side of right thigh. Can u tell me what is the problem. It gets better when I give it hot water treatment?
See below: Might be related to low back disease. The increased blood flow from hot water treatments may be the reason you fell better. Symptoms like these are best determined by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on the findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had liposuction on my thighs 8 years ago. The numbness on my right thigh is getting worse. Is this normal and is there a treatment for it?
Yesterday, I found 5 non-connected raised and hard bumps on my upper thigh. They itch really badly. They line up vertically. Cause and treatment?
You can send us several photos the area: go to
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Include history of the bumps. ...Read more
Hidradenitis suppurativa unlikely treatment? Curious if my size & shape (thighs) contribute to the condition & if a thigh lift would remedy the prob.
Many treatments: There are lots of options for treatment. None of them are perfect. I would start with conservative therapy such as diet change, weight-loss, meticulous hygiene and then a dermatologist can help with laser for hair removal or a plastic surgeon can help with excision and skin grafting or repair that might take the form of a thigh lift but is more complicated. Diet change is promising. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer