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I'm sorry to hear you're going through this. Pain is never fun!Unfortunately, there's no way to tell what could be causing your pain...
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Once you go black, you never go back ;)
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Hi As its affecting the way you walk then this goes through your back, and the pain you now getting.You could ask about getting the knee joint frozen...
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That sounds like a case of true love. He is sweeping you off your feet. Tingling and butterflies are normal. I am so happy for you that you have such...
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Just bare-foot it at work. 
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Hi As its on your knee I think it would be wise to drain it, or it will just get burst on its own when you bend it or get it knocked.Good Luck
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Hi Get to an ER you may need an MRI to see what's going on, they should be able to help.Good Luck
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Hi I think part exercise related and part warmth, I have found the neoprene supports are really good for warmth, and if need be try doubling up...
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The dosage you describe, 500mg twice a day of cephalexin (Keflex), is a usual dosage for this drug. Cephalexin is often prescribed for soft tissue...
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Yes....an x-ray should reveal fluid.
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I'm assuming the splotches go away eventually after your shower? If so, it sounds like you're describing a normal situation.Whenever a person...
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Hi Your find this link from the UK's NHS is pretty informative lots of help.http://www.nhs...
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Hi Sorry for you, But just why are you working in a place like that doing your kind of job that's not manual labour, you need heat around you, if...
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He can start with his primary care medical provider. While an orthopedist or rheumatologist could be needed, the primary care provider would be able...
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Internist, sounds like a infections, 
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