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Bruised bicep, pulling sensation, veins swelling. What can be done?

i ran into a door handle and it hooked my right bicep mucle it was a huge nasty bruise but was fine. two days ago i did something im not sure what but it feels like its constantly pulling. my shoulders really clicky and sometimes it clicks in a good way relieving my arm tightness. straighten and limited arm range. sometimes if my arm is down the veins start to swell and i have to raise it beofre the veins feel like they want to explode. i cant carry walking around looking like a recessed monkey.
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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What you have may be one of 2 possibilities. You might be having thrombophlebitis which means inflammation of the veins which causes them to stand out. Or you could be having varicose veins which usually occur in legs. Both conditions require you to meet a surgeon who can offer you either medical management by giving you a cream or compresses or operate and remove the varicose veins. Either way, you have to consult a doctor. Hope this helps.

Dr Vineet
Answered: Thu, 4 Jul 2013
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