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HI looking up vault knee fracture just kept coming to cranial and not knee then found this, its barrel vault osteotomy, so followed osteotomy, and...
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It's not usual for other people to be able to smell your urine, generally speaking.  There are a number of things that could cause this...
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There can be MANY reasons. Do not try and diagnose your elderly, stubborn mother. Try and convince her to be properly examined and diagnosed. There...
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My guess would be that you developed retrograde ejaculation at the same time as your injury.  Retrograde ejaculation can happen surprisingly...
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No, I'd say it was quite unusual.  I'd advise checking with a doctor, because you may have a broken blood vessel or some such causing...
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Reported.
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Advertising on this important medical information site takes up valuable space for people who have real medical concerns that need addressed. Please...
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You probably should see a doctor because you may have broken your finger. Don't try to move it too much if it causes you a lot of pain, as it can...
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Sounds like you either have a broken finger, or an issue with the joint itself.  It could also be a problem with a tendon.  A doctor, or...
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How do you know you fractured your finger. The only way to know is with an x-ray. If you had a "displaced" fracture where the bone ends are...
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I would imagine you would have pain and soreness if you were pinned to the ground by someone larger than you.  However, if you are breathing...
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Massage helps.  So does gentle stretching.  Calcium and potassium are good to help prevent cramps, along with good hydration and warming up...
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I would like to ask you if you have had legs cramps before you went swimming?  As I was reading your post, I saw that you have cramps in the...
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Seek medical attention right away
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Hi If this has just happened ER ASAP and get it looked at.Good Luck
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