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Unless a medical provider could see those spots first-hand during an examination, it would not be helpful for me to list the hundreds of...
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Hi I was wearing a copper wrist bracelet over 30 years ago for tennis elbow, lots of people wear them for arthritis and was doing this way before I...
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Try ice and compression 
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Hi OK so you don't think its an STI or STD, but just because you have not had sex for a couple of months would not dismiss it as either.So just...
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You may have Osteoarthritis, see your doctor.
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Sounds like tennis elbow.
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You need to have your arm examined by a medical provider....and have an x-ray. Symptoms alone are not sufficient to determine if you have a fracture...
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What should happen? That nurse or medical assistant should be retrained! Other than the inflammation, which is obvious, there should be no long term...
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My rotator cuff tear was undiagnosed for 10+ years. ( I've also had three Left knee surgeries ) My point is: your body is not going to get better...
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Hi An RSI( repetitive strain injury ) comes to mind, have a look at this link from the Uk’s NHS, could give you some good advice. The Link...
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They do NOT look alike....but a person can sure have both.Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is a chronic, itchy dry skin condition that really likes...
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Contact dermatitis is a itchy rash caused by CONTACT with some allergen.....soap, detergent, perfume, plant, etc.Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is...
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A virus may in fact be attacking joints!Ask doctor to tri anti-virus medicine you will notice emprovment in two weeks!
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