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Sometimes it can; in fact, especially in women, pain in the shoulder area rather than the chest isn't uncommon during a heart attack. Check with...
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I am a nursing student and we recently learned about this topic in class.  Men stop developing by age 20 or 21, but hair does thicken more as...
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daily walk 45 mins
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Any chest pain should be regarded seriously, especially if it is significant, of unknown origin, or very sudden. Its causes can be anywhere from...
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Well you could have pulled a muscle Try ice and Ibuprofen  
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By ratchets, do you mean movement or sound of the joint?  Is the pain in the shoulder joint or around the shoulder blade?  When you sleep...
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Hi So the shoulder pain is from the seat belt? yes, I would ice pack it 3/4 times a day this will do two things it will help lower the pain, and...
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I am sorry for your conditions not being resolved through non-invasive treatments. Shoulder pain, locking, and weakness sounds like a miserable way...
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Good question!Tendinitis means "inflammation of the tendon." Therefore, technically you can get tendinitis anywhere there's a tendon...
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Hi, Been tested yet? look head and shoulders will be on the outside of your body, its only things that go inside are the real problems.So go wash...
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     That happened to me when I was hit by a truck while riding my bicycle back to work, in the rain. ...
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The doctors can never promise you full recovery.
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It is normal, I get them too, they are probably white heads or clogged pores.It can also be a skin condition KP (Keratosis pilaris).
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Unfortunately, there is really no way to predict a "100%" success after a surgery. I do not have the facts related to your tear or your...
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