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You may have nerve damage to your siatic nerve, or you may have poor circulation,or a blood clot.
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A two week old injury continuing to manifest symptoms of tissue warmness, reddening, pain, swelling and bruising requires...
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Hi! I really think you should consult a doctor for this since I'm not a medical professional I don't want to give advice that might hurt you...
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Hi! I really think you should consult a doctor for this since I'm not a medical professional I don't want to give advice that might hurt you...
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Hi! I really think you should consult a doctor for this since I'm not a medical professional I don't want to give advice that might hurt you...
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Good question!Yes, in fact, receiving a corticosteroid injection to the knee can cause blood glucose (sugar) levels to rise. This is known to occur...
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Elevating the legs can help to instantly relieve pain. A doctor may also instruct a patient to elevate the legs above the heart three or four time a...
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Sometimes it depends on what kind of  exercise & the amount of impact it's having on your joints. Swimming is a low impact exercise...
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I have had 4 surgeries of the same knee in a 2 year period (and also not in shape), but the best thing that has worked for me was simple walking and...
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i fell down a flight of 25 stairs and an mri 1 year later showed disc bulge and nerve impingement .consult spinal surgeon as only mri can show...
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Swelling in the joints is usually due to a build up in synovial fluid in the area. An excess of synovial fluid usually occurs when there is some kind...
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Hi Yes all your pains are from this, you have adjusted your body to ease the pain in you knee, now its gone to all your other joints.I would take...
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You may always have some discomfort but there are steps you can take to help alleviate the symptoms such as stretching and doing some simple warm-up...
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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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