Mild muscle spasm after umbilical hernia repair
I had umbilical hernia repair surgery through a small incision in my naval approximately two months ago. A mesh was used to correct the anomaly. Occasionally, I am now feeling a mild muscle spasm to the side of my naval. This started approximately three days ago. There was no traumatic incident...
Calf muscle spasms, cannot bear weight in leg, painful
Several months ago I twisted and fell on my knee ... I went to follow up after 6 weeks of knee brace and crutches...I still had lots of pain and hard to bend. My knee wasn t getting better...it was recommended I get MRI ..I was unable cause I had no insurance or money. Over the next few months...
Feeling spasms in the chest. Normal EKG and BP. Reason?
Sometimes I feel like a thump or a spasm in the middle upper part of my chest, it comes and goes sometimes i feel it when i m sitting down or walking or just move my arms a certain way. Sometimes i feel it more after i eat. I went to Urgent Care had an EKG and was checked out everything came out...
Chronic abdominal pain with spasms
I have chronic abdominal pain for more than 20 yrs. In 1999 I have got ideopathic terminal ilium perforation & managed by laporotomy 15 days after peritonitis, but pain continued until now. 5-mths. back incisinal hernia was repaired , developed after old opn. Nature pain- usually spasmotic in...
Does saline implant eat away chest wall and cause spasms ?
I am three months post removal of saline implant (breast cancer survivor) after finding that implant was eating away chest wall. Now I have 2 weeks of swelling above left clavicle and hardened areas where implant was removed. Pain is often spasm like in chest, but deep ache at clavicle. CT...
I have these knots that are in my legs more than anywhere else they feel like little balls that roll around..my mom says they are muscle spasms..tension knots..
These 'knots' that you mention could be lipomas, if they are 'move' inside but to an extent. Lipomas are fatty tissue that can develop spontaneously or after trauma.
Usually they are harmless and do not need to be excised or removed but left alone.
If the overlying skin is normal, leave it alone. But if they are painful, it might be because there is a nerve underlying, see a doctor.
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