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I'm sorry to hear you're having pain problems with your hips. It sounds very unpleasant!To answer your question, most infections in the body...
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Hi Try Asics, watched a program on NHK, wear they strip them down, gives all the info on how they help runners, if you get NHK up on your computer...
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Maybe, IF specifically prescribed by your medical provider for this purpose. I caution you against any self-treatment with steroids if this was your...
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You are seeing the right specialist...the orthopedist. You could see a different orthopedist for a second opinion if this first one isn't solving...
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No.  Sciatica is pain felt anywhere in the body caused by a nerve in your spine. Pinching or pressure on this nerve shoots pain to random places...
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If bursitis is recent, try acupuncture.  Very effective and no side effects.
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No, but what is causing the fever could be the cause of the pain
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Generally, when we talk about "fluid" in the shoulder, we're talking about bursitis, which is inflammation of one or more tiny bursa...
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No...There are no bursas in this area, but you can get neck pain for a variety of other reasons and causes. It would be wise to see your medical...
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The treatment of any form of bursitis depends on whether or not it involves infection. Bursitis that is not infected (from injury or underlying...
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Bursitis is inflammation of a bursa. A bursa (the plural form is bursae) is a tiny fluid-filled sac that functions as a gliding surface to reduce...
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Bursitis is typically identified by localized pain or swelling, tenderness, and pain with motion of the tissues in the affected area. X-ray testing...
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There is no significant evidence linking lisinopril with bursitis. If you are experiencing pain or any other new symptoms, you should consult your...
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The treatment of any bursitis depends on whether or not it involves infection. Noninfectious or aseptic hip bursitis can be treated with ice...
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A bursa is a closed fluid-filled sac that functions as a gliding surface to reduce friction between tissues of the body. "Bursae" is the...
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