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You need to see an orthopedist or podiatrist for a higher level exam; perhaps an MRI of you ankle to see the ligaments and soft tissue. X-rays only...
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The ball of my foot, just under my toes, felt like I had been stung by a bee. My doctor said it was related to the arthritis in my toes, which...
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WOW, fell on your bum and wonder why it hurts.  The tailbone is a small little bone right above your butt and can be broken at anytime, such as...
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Hi You could try the ER and let them look at it, get an x-ray at the same time.Do hope this helps.Good Luck
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There is always a possibility of a fracture when you have a crush injury. The only way you will be sure is to have it x-rayed. If you don't have...
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Hi I would say no, for fly fishing its all in the wrist, all movements come from the wrist, its the one main thing he would use.If need be it would...
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Without the ability to examine your friend first-hand, and make my own decision whether an x-ray or other imaging studies are needed, there is very...
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*BE ADVISED*Go to emergency room now before possible seriously complications could KILL this person (tiny debris could stop heart!!)...
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Your friend could have a pinched nerve or a badly damaged ligament. The ligaments are attached to the bone, so if she pulled some that is likely what...
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Hi Found this for you, it may help you and your problem. The exact cause of fibromyalgia is unknown. Research into people with fibromyalgia has...
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Some pain and swelling post-op is normal. However, being 2 months out, I would recommend you go see your ortho surgeon who performed the surgery to...
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It sounds like you have what we call a "soft tissue injury." This indeed could be, as you suspect, damage to a tendon or ligament. However...
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Hi, Not being a doctor, but just how many times in the last couple of years has your Mother been on antibiotics? The more we have the lass effective...
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Hi A penis fracture is not a good thing and needs to be looked at ASAP, if I was you I would get off to your ER now.Good LuckDon't wait go now.
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