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Wrist Degenerative Joint Diseases And Percocet
TMD/TMJ: Tmj stands for temporomandibular joint. It is the joint that connects the lower jaw to the base of the skull at two areas or joints. It sometimes refers to conditions that involve this anatomical area that today are referred to as tmd, temporomandibular disorders, a group of various degenerative conditions involving the breakdown of any, some or all of the differing tissues of the tmj. ...Read more
Getting older!: The risks are not usually high but may lead to a decreased range of motion and possible arthritis with associated muscle weakness or atrophy if the joints are less used due to pain that may also lead to damage of soft tissue structures in and about these joints which can even lead to surgery and possible joint replacement if symptoms become severe enough and that joint can be replaced or fused. ...Read more
I'm dealing with post op tendon repair complications & pain (frozen joint). I take percocet, but i'm looking for other natural ways of pain management?
Get it moving. : You need to un-freeze the joint. Or you will lose function . Physical therapy with some Percocet before you get there is a start. Ask the surgeon if you are a candidate for a manipulatin under anesthesia. It is common after knee and shoulder surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doing hepc therapy & suffering bad muscle, joint and teeth pain.Online i saw methadone is chosen from percocet, etc bc liver, should I ask my dr 4 this?
I was diagnoised with left elbow tendonitis with degenerative joint disease. Can this cause carpal tunnel in my wrist?
It depends.: It depends on whether your elbow tendonitis is related to you degenerative joint disease, or to tendonitis at the wrist or hand. The muscles and tendons used by the wrist and hand begin at the elbow attachments sites. If the inflammation extends into the wrists, especially along the palmar aspect, then you may have symptoms of tendonitis at the radial elbow and carpal tunnel as well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Joint pain in fingers, wrists, knees, & toes for 2 weeks. Also have AI thyroid disease. 29 yrs old. Could I have RA? At what point should I see dr?
I have degenrative disk disease i take 6 pills of percocet 10/325. My dr. Wants me to try nucynta, (tapentadol) which is stronger?
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