Why do my shoulder sockets hurt from doing push-ups?
You are probably going too low, you should never go low on pushups. 90 degrees are more than enough to hit the intended muscles, going any lower will put alot of stress on the shoulders , this is the proper form
Looking for advice from someone experiened with cushings syndrome?
the reason i suspected cushing was because when i went to have an adjusment on my back i was told about my buffalo hump growing and it culd be a possible sign of cushings im not denying the DX of my Bipolar I Dx i tend to rapid cycle im used to being on the go its only recent i been suffering fatigue
I have been having shoulder pain, MRI. Shows bone bruising but I haven't had any injuries?
I went to the doctor to get my shoulder checked out and when the MRIresults came it showed that the bone in my shoulder was bruised but the problem is that I haven't had any trauma. No car accident, no falling out of bed not even bumped into a wall I mean I have had nothing happen but the bone is bruised. I go back to see different doctors but I was wondering if anyone knew of anything that would cause it.
How long does it take for a sprained hand to heal?
First, just to clarify for other readers: a sprain refers to the joint, bone or ligament. This is different from a strain, which refers to muscles and tendons. There are 3 levels (grades) of sprains. Grade 1 sprain: minor sprain; 1-4 weeks to heal. Grade 2 sprain: medium to significant sprain. Swelling, bruising and pain included. Micro-fracture included as well ; 4-8 weeks to heal. Grade 3 sprain: Usually a gales tired or broken bone or torn ligament. Associated with severe swelling and bleeding and inability to move limb; 8-12 weeks or more depending on severity.Tip: To accelerate the healing process: -protect the injured area-rest the injured area -alternate ice and heat treatment -wrap or compress it while active but keep it moving periodically to avoid stiffness of possible-elevate the area if possible to reduce swelling
Could i have a concussion from falling down the stairs?
To add to the other person's list: difficulty making a decision headaches, migraines memory/concentration issues unusual fatigue sensitivity to light/sound dizziness, nausea, vomiting, balance problems seeing stars passing out (not applicable) seizures Even though you might not have a bump on the outside of your head, you could have bleeding or swelling inside your skull. You don't want that! Bleeding can kill you, swelling can cause your brain cells to die. I know because it happened to me. I had to relearn how to get dressed. So if your headache doesn't go away, go to the dr. so that they can do an evaluation. But know that symptoms can show up several days later as well. I had symptoms when I hit my head, went to the ER had the tests run - they said go home you are fine, you suffered a fall. They gave me a list of things to watch out for. I thought I would be just fine. For the next 2 1/2 days or so I was. Then all heck broke loose. I found out later that during those couple of days that swelling on the brain (that a CT scan and MRI did not pick up) caused brain cells to die. You will know if weird symptoms show up. I wish the ER had told me to take ibuprofen or another anti-swelling drug for a couple of days. Ibuprofen at 600-800 works against swelling. Under that dosage it does not. If you haven't been cleared by a dr before to take that much based on your age/weight/height, you can call them and they can tell you what is appropriate for you. I don't know whether or not it would have made a difference in my case, but I sure wish I had been given the opportunity to find out! I still have daily headaches, migraines multiple times a week, and a myriad of other symptoms 5 years later. Hopefully you will not have any problems and will get better soon. Good luck to you
Hand is swollen and hurts, xrays didn't show anything broken...?
you could have a scaphoid fracture because of the way you landed and because they dont normaly show up on x-rays.
Why would a bruise appear 2 days later?
Actually that is quite normal. You see, the deeper the injury the longer it can take for a bruise to rise to the surface. A bruise, also called a contusion, is an injury to biological tissue in which the capillaries are damaged, allowing blood to seep into the surrounding tissue. It should not be confused with ecchymosis, though the terms are related. A bruise is usually caused by blunt impact. Bruises often induce pain but are not normally dangerous. Sometimes bruises can be serious, leading to other more life threatening forms of hematoma, or can be associated with serious injuries, including fractures and internal bleeding. The likelihood of bruising, and severity of it, increases as one ages, because elderly human skin becomes thinner and less elastic. Minor bruises may be easily recognized, in people with light skin color, by their characteristic blue or purple appearance (idiomatically described as "black and blue") in the days following the injury.