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Yes, It could be a recurrence of the same problem.
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Hi, So your 2 1/2 years late, but I think the ER would be a good place to start, don't you.Good Luck 
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Most sprained ankles improve in about two weeks (80%), so you should stay off of your ankle (crutches are best), use the air cast, and take some...
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May be gout, if it is near the joint(?)
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Hi It would depend how long ago this accident was, and the conditions it has brought on, to count as pre-existing it would depend on the...
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Not enough information.  Age might help  
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Is the worker comp money replacing social security income (including SSA Disability)? If it isn't replacing SSA, then the W.C. income most...
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Only TIME will provide that important answer for you. Tinnitus can be caused by MANY things, and you are only assuming it was due solely to the...
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Hi Just get to an ER ASAP, it for your good.Good Luck
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I'm sorry to hear you're going through this.It can't hurt to get an opinion about your breast pain from a plastic and reconstructive...
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The X-ray may show bursitis it is extremely painfully so no it is not a wast of time. I'm no doctor but that's  how they found...
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Hi, If this has given you some kind of swilling in the wrong place then yes, it will be shutting down blood flow to your penis, hence your not...
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Sorry to hear you're experiencing this. It sounds unpleasant!You're right: It could be gout. It could also be something entirely different...
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