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What happens with pinal manipulation under anesthesia?

What happens with pinal manipulation under anesthesia?

See below: The use of spinal manipulation under anesthesia is done by chiropractors. Once you are completely relaxed under anesthesia the chiropracter will flex and press on your spine. Iit has not been verified as effective by independent studies. I would check the MRI or ct used to make this decision with an md before proceeding. ...Read more

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I have tiny pin sized red dots on palm of hands after ivig treatment? What could this be?

I have tiny pin sized red dots on palm of hands after ivig treatment? What could this be?

Coincidence!: Tiny red spots on the palm alone doesn't mean much. If it is recurring after ivig repeatedly, it could mean a reaction to the components of the shots. Please inform your doctor. ...Read more

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My left ring finger has pin sized red dots under the skin (on top -- opposite of palm side). There's about 40 dots and the skin is wrinkled. Any idea?

My left ring finger has pin sized red dots under the skin (on top -- opposite of palm side). There's about 40 dots and the skin is wrinkled. Any idea?

Trauma: There are several conditions that can cause the symptoms that you described. Although some may be benign, there are others that should be treated. I suggest you see your primary care doctor as soon as these symptoms appear. ...Read more

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10 days since a pin got put in my finger. Now I'm getting heat pulses and feels like a palm sized blister popped and wet my splint. What could it be?

10 days since a pin got put in my finger. Now I'm getting heat pulses and feels like a palm sized blister popped and wet my splint. What could it be?

Below: Your description is concerning of a possible infection. I would suggest calling the DR that put the pin in the finger and alert them of your current situation. ...Read more

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Tiny purple bump on hand (size if the head of a pin), but I don't remember an injury. Hemorrhage? Insect bite? It's painless.

Tiny purple bump on hand (size if the head of a pin), but I don't remember an injury. Hemorrhage? Insect bite? It's painless.

Capillary: Without actually seeing the spot, it's impossible to say for sure, but it may be a ruptured capillary. No serious issue. Anticipate complete resolution in several days. If you are concerned, then getting somebody to look at it is the only way to know for sure what it is. ...Read more

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Small bumps on palms filled with clear thick fluid peal first layer skin back and u will see cluster of small pin holes in the underlying skin.?

Small bumps  on palms filled with clear thick fluid  peal first layer skin back and u will see cluster of small pin holes in the underlying skin.?

Dyshidrotic eczema: Sounds like dyshidrotic eczema which is a dry skin condition. Treat with topical steroids, moisturizers and antihistamines. See your doctor to get stronger strength topical steroids. Otc cortisone does not work very well. Also need to consider fungal or bacterial infection as secondary infection occurs often with eczema. ...Read more

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I recently had a discharge that looked like skin. It was half the size of my palm. What could this be? Could it be cancerous?

Not cancer: If it was a single piece of tissue- probably a decidual cast. This would be most likely if you are on hormonal contraception or have high Progesterone levels. If there were multiple episodes the tissue was vaginal skin -the condition is vaginal desquamation or sloughing of the vaginal skin- kind of like peeling after a sunburn. It indicates a reaction to something, . ...Read more

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I stab my palm of my hand. Close to the pinky(lt) now my pinky feels like pins in it but i receive the tecnis shot n stiches..Wht can this be?

Maybe nerve injury: It is possible that you injured a digital nerve (that supplies sensation to the little finger.) repair is not an emergency, so i would wait for a week to 10 days to see if the feeling returns (the nerve may just be bruised but not cut.) if not, you should see a hand surgeon and have the nerve repaired by 3 weeks after the injury. ...Read more

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