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Women Wrestler In Extreme Pain
I am 60 , active female. One knee has extreme pain, only at night & only after I have been asleep for a while. During the day, my knee is fine. ?
See orthopedist: Then see an orthopedist and have the knee evaluated. ...Read more
Extreme pain in lower right groin female full hysterectomy at 25 from cysts and severe endometriosis had ingunial hernia repaired n 2004?
Pelvic pain: There are so many explanations for pain in the pelvis, it is not possible to say it is your uterus. Could be ovarian cysts, ligaments of the pelvis, or muscles and tendons of the abdomen. Is the pain incited by movement of the pelvis or low back? If so it is probably musculoskeletal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
33 year old female, been experiencing extreme pain in left arm from shoulder to fingertips. Aching pain and comes and goes. What can be wrong?
More info!: How long has it been going on? Have you started any new exercise or work routine? Does it only hurt with movement? What helps or makes it worse? These are just some of the answers we need to know. Extreme pain of any sort that lasts more than a day or so, with no explanation certainly needs to be evaluated promptly. If you have numbness, tingling, or weakness, too, you need to be evaluated now ...Read more
I am 21/female, I had a C section 10 month ago and I have fibro, since my sons birth I can't make love, tight, dry and extreme pain pls advise?
Extreme pain with hip calcification is this normal? If so for how long? I am a 41 year old women with RA.
Not enough info: Where exactly is the hip calcification? Is it in the joint or in the soft tissue? Ask your rheumatologist. That doctor has the information to answer your question. ...Read more
I am a female Lower left back pain and frequent urination. Frequent headache and vertigo if i stand for to long i have extreme pain my right leg begin?
I have bell's palsy (8 days so far) after an ear infection (43, female). 2 days ago i started getting extreme pain in jaw, ear, neck. Should i worry?
Not Bell's Palsy: You do not have bell's palsy. You have herpes oticus. The treatment of antiherpetic and steroid is appropriate. Pain medication is often needed and should be prescribed if over-the-counter pain medications are not working. The viral eradication should occur within 2 weeks but the loss of nerve function can take longer, sometimes months. Work with your doctor on this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely: Severe, unremitting pain may cause loss of consciousness which of course ends the sensation until the sufferer awakens. While it is a common issue in novels and movies, extreme pain is unlikely by itself to be lethal. It depends mostly on the cause for the extreme pain which can cause changes and damage producing pain but also leading to lethality. ...Read more
Surgical pain: I would advise you to be more specific so that doctors can help you better. Any surgery can cause pain. Pain is normal but should be treated effectively. Increased pain may be a cause for concern and you should consult your surgeon right away. Most surgical pain is felt during the hours immediately after surgery and should gradually decrease. Good luck and hope you feel better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fetal Position: On the floor, unable to get up, you are breathing intermittently because you hold your breath every so often, your heart rate races. Your chest hurts, you become anxious, afraid of having to deal with this anymore. You start thinking that you have to go the hospital right now. You call 911. ...Read more
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