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What Should You Do About A Butt Muscle Strain
Rest and NSAIDs: Treat all sprains and strains with "rice" - rest, ice, compression, and elevation. Nsaids include Ibuprofen adn naproxyn. Muscle strains can take 6-12 weeks to heal. This is a large muscle so it will probably take closer to 10-12 weeks. Pain in this area may be from piriformis syndrome or sciatica, a sign of a pinched nerve in your back. If symptoms persiste, see a doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
I have had a pain only slight around my back and ribs feels like a muscle strain but has contined for about 6 months what could it be ?
Was told lump on upper ab might be muscle strain. It's been about 1 week and pain is about 10% less but still there with lump. When will it go away?
Ultrasound : If pain persists get an ultrasound of the area ordered by your MD. Good luck. ...Read more
I was told i had muscle strain in lower back about a month ago it hurts sometimes on and off but mainly when i'm standing too long or sat in softchair
Family practice : You have a strained back or a pulled muscle. You get spasms they come on when its further strained. It's a protective mechanism to prevent further injury. Ice/heat intermittently , muscle relaxants, and antiinflamatories may be helpful. Physical therapy if it persists. X-ray or MRI if you have pain down your legs suggestive of a bulging disc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a pelvic floor muscle strain be felt around the anus area? Please tell me what i need to know about a pelvic floor injury from work outs. Thanks.
For about two weeks from my elbow to the top of my hand I can feel muscle strain what can be causing this?
A STRAINED BRACIORA-: -DIALIS can cause ulnar nerve symptoms. with elbow 2 90 degrees @ side thumb pointing up. it is the muscle just 2 the outside of midline. nerve exits from under it @ mid 4arm. sensory nerve innervates the back of the thumb & index & the space between. no motor ( muscle) involved in the hand. tap along the path nerve mid 4are to snuff box and may feel zingers. not treatment, just rest & wait. ...Read more
A lump about 2-3 fingers long, around 2-3 fingers down from the left collarbone. A slight ache when pressed hard. Could it be a muscle strain?
Chest lumps: Painful lumps in the chest area without a history of trauma or infection is a cause for concern. You should be seen by an md ...Read more
I sprained my ankle about a year an a half ago. It is still bothering me. The doctor I went to today said it was a muscle strain. Isn't that too long ?
Follow up.: Muscle strains usually shouldn't last more than 2 weeks. If they do further workup with imaging that includes x-rays, MRIs, can help. Orthopedic surgeon, and physical therapy options are also available. Most commonly after trauma, arthritis is usually a complication that is chronic in nature. X-rays can usually identify this cause. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sore upper back left calf.Felt it when I tried stretching my legs this morning about 12hrs ago.Could it be just muscle strain or smthing more serious?
Most likely strain: Your symptoms are mostly a strain. I would recommend watching it to see if it improves since the symptoms started less than 24 hours ago. More history needs to be known in order to say for sure if this could be something more serious. If you're really concerned or have other medical problems, I recommend you see your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
Can you tell me about if the weight of performing deadlifts and squats will worsen a calf strain, even though there's no direct stretching of the muscle?
The calf muscles: still have to work even though you may not be stretching them,during the squats and deadlifts. Generally it is good idea to rest for a while, to give time for the strained muscle to heal, before starting the work out routine again, because you can keep aggravating the injured muscle repeatedly and prolong the recovery and delay the healing. Good luck ...Read more
Is it a strain of a fracture? I was running yesterday and about an hour after, the right side of my right foot started hurting very badly. It feels like i strained a muscle, but i'm not sure. I'm at work today and i'm wondering if it's a good idea to move
Hello: If : Hello: if you are having pain still, it is not easy to sort out whether the pain is coming from muscle strain or a fracture here. The location (right side of right foot, more along the outside) is concerning, in that it is an area we orthopedists should always be on a lookout for a fracture, most likely on the fifth metatarsal. But, certainly, a bad muscle strain can hurt just the same. I do believe in this case a visit to your orthopedist can sort this out, which is important unless your symptoms suddenly vanished. Even if the chance of such a fracture is lower than the more common muscle strain, given that the consequences of a delayed diagnosis of a foot fracture can be very undesirable, and that the proper muscle strain treatments and fracture treatments are vastly different, i would recommend that you have your foot examined and x-rayed. Hope this helps! sincerely, jim hsu, md seattle, wa. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can tight shoulder/neck muscles cause headaches. Also headaches in forehead or that feel like sinus or eye strain? What about tmj, cause headaches?
I woke up with an extreme throbbing pain in my arm. No strain, no pulled muscle (that I am aware of), no redness, no rash. My mom has a history of blood clots but I have never had any problems with them. It does radiate all through my arm mostly about two
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Various things: Acutely, cold (ice) can reduce the swelling and discomfort. Later on, heat may feel better. A short period of rest is okay, but gentle stretching and exercise after a few days is okay unless the strain is severe. Over the counter pain relievers may help the discomfort. If these fail or the pain is severe, see your primary provider or sports specialist. ...Read more
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