I have knee effusion of my right knee after fitness exercise. I am 5 months postpartum. I have had knee pain when going upstairs and when travelling long with bus. After delivery I had stronger pain ...
suffered with extremely painful gums after exercise, it is my lower gums and comes on usually when I am ... breath (even slightly) my gums begin to ache. It is unusal and I have suffered it a very long time, I ...
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, a catheter was inserted; however, in wrong place. After they irrigated it and phoned doctor to ask about ... correctly. Released next day. After a week, I became worse. Woke up with severe lower abdominal and back ...
Corticosteroid injections can help relieve pain caused by frozen shoulder and increase your range of movement for several weeks at a time, particularly during the first stage of symptoms. However, the injections cannot cure your condition completely and your symptoms will gradually return.
Research also suggests that corticosteroid injections can provide pain relief for up to eight weeks for tendonitis (inflammation of a tendon). They may also improve your ability to use your shoulder, although they may not be as effective as some other treatments, such as NSAIDs.
One study found corticosteroid injections may be most effective if used within 12 weeks of tendonitis symptoms starting. However, some experts believe the use of corticosteroid injections should be delayed for as long as possible.
After having a corticosteroid injection, you may experience side effects at the site of the injection. These may include:
lightening of your skin
Howpainful is circumcision?
ITS AS PAINFUL AS IS ANY SKIN CUT, BUT ITS REALLY NOT MUCH AS QUICK LY
SMALL SKIN PORTION IS CUT WITH A SHARP SEIZURE,AND PAIN KJLLER ,ANTI INFLAMMATORY MEDICINE WITH ANTIBIOTIC IS GIVEN TO HEAL SOON,
My tummy is painful.
thanks for your question.
I usually ask my patients with painful tummy some questions for example howlong have you had the pain, is it associated with food, what worsen the pain, are you on any medication? then I do abdominal ultrasound, cbc, erect abdominal x-ray etc. once I discover the cause I manage the condition.
you urgently need to see doctor. hope I answered your question