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What Would Cause A Bicep Cramp
Can a partial tear of the distal bicep tendon cause pain in my forearm, wrist and make my fingers cramp. My injury happened 3 weeks ago.?
Depends: Near the distal biceps is the median nerve. Injury to that area can potentially injure that nerve or swelling puts pressure on that nerve. A test called emg/ncv can identify how well that nerve is functioning and help determine the cause. Stop at your local physical medicine and rehab or neurologist doctors office for more details. ...Read more
Let it me try:
Muscle cramps are involuntarily and forcibly contracted muscles that do not relax.
If that what you have the common cause of it Injury and Overuse.
If that is not the cause there are of other causes which many and serious.
Numerous medicines can cause muscle cramps.
nutrition and hydration, safety and attention to ergonomic factors also help.
Medication also could help. ...Read more
I had carpal tunnel done four months ago and this cramp in the outside of my bicep is getting more frequent?
Hi doctor. I m feeling bicep muscle cramp siince a week. Especially feel pain when I do bicep barbell curl. Pls advice?
See trainer or dr: Might be muscle cramp from overuse however could also be a small tear. See your doctor for an examination and speak to your trainer about alternatives ...Read more
Arm stretch created a painful cramp of biceps muscle with stinging burning pain. Continues to be painful 4 hours later?
Microtears: It is likely that you have microtears of the biceps and these may take 7 to 10 days to heal. Rest your biceps area during this time. ...Read more
Slight shoulder pain and tightness. Cramping/sharp pains in bicep, tricep, and shooting pain in forearm. Pain come on for minute or two then go away?
Shoulder origin: These pains may be referred from a tendonitis of the shoulder or may indicate a pinched nerve in the neck or shoulder area. The jabbing, sharp nature of the discomfort suggests nerve pain, however. An orthopedic specialist is well qualified to evaluate and recommend any appropriate tests and treatment. ...Read more
Recurring ache and twitching inside where tricep/bicep meet. Recently I got a full cramp that started there and carried to forearm. Don't normally exercise, tried recently and keep getting injured. Have twitching all over. Scared ALS.
Lack of blood supply: Cramps are the response of muscles to oxygen need greater than supply. It can happen with diversion of the blood to other portions of the body such as after eating, or due to excess strain in exercising. They are usually short term and do not do any harm but if persistent could indicate a problem in the blood supply. ...Read more
Where are the cramps: I would like to know where you are cramping while yawning. If you do so in your jaw, it may be that you have some problems with temporomandibular joint (known as tmj). You may have inflammation there or it may be pushed out of place if you are yawning way too widely. I'd appreciate more detail, so I could help you better. ...Read more
Headache causes: The cuases of headache are legion. Last time I looked, single spaced 3 pages. Common ones are migraines, tension, anxiety, sinusitis, mild head trauma, hypertension, eye strain, ear infection., prior cervical spine injury, central nervous system infection. The list goes on and on. ...Read more
Cramps Cause?: Any tubular structure in the body response with pain to pressure causing distention if the tubular structure is the intestine for example the pressure is exerted by contraction of the wall as in gas pains. Similarly when the uterine muscle contracts there is cramping. Varicose veins are painful as they are forced to distend. Uterine cramps at menses can be relieved by ibuprofen. ...Read more
Possible reasons: For cramps after your period can include: remaining prostaglandins in your system after your period – causing continued cramps. Sometimes your period hasn’t actually ended – it has transiently slowed or stopped. Other reasons for cramping could be pregnancy or ovulation. ...Read more
A lot of things: Anything that irritates the uterus in pregnancy can cause cramping. For example, a uti, gastroenteritis, dehydration, bleeding to name a few. It's very very common to have cramping in each of the 3 trimesters. If accompanied by bleeding, definitely see doctor or go to l;d. ...Read more
Prostaglandins: Blood and tissue passing through the cervix causes cramping, as does the prostaglandins that are elevated during menstruation. Ibuprofen is an anti-prostaglandin and is the best medication for cramping. Be sure to take 600 or 800 mg in order to ensure you are getting adequate treatment. ...Read more
You probably having: Chest wall/muscle cramps. Heart pain come from coronary artery disease and/or pericarditis. Usually pressure or stabbing pain with activities and with deep breath. Are you doing any heavy lifting exercise or work? Any risk for coronary disease? Any recent viral disease? ...Read more