Random pain in foot, veins pop out. Possible causes ?
Hi, I have been getting this pain for a couple of years now but never went to the doc for a check up. I get this ranom pain in my foot (either) that makes the veins pop out really bad and the skin kinda pulls together in a bulge.. This happens all of a sudden on the side/bottom part of my foot...
Bronchitis, pneumonia.Hard coughing,veins popped out. Any ideas?
I was diagnosed with bronchitis and pneumonia and have been on meds for 5 days for them. Just now I had a hard coughing spell and a vein popped out on the upper part of my forehead near my hair line and it is blue, quite visible and hurts to the touch... it s as though I bumped it, but I didn t?...
What do you suggest for a vein that pops out of my neck?
Hey mate, So i looked in the mirror when i got home and was making faces and all that because i was bored. Anyways when i started tensing my neck, causing the airflow to stop (not trying to be weird or anything, just looking at my neck muscles) I saw a big vein pop out. It was a forked shape...
I went for a jog today when my knee popped. I walked for a while after, but my knee is getting more stiff. What can i do to help it not hurt and be stronger aga
I have gone through your query.
For this you may take the anti inflammatory and analgesic medicine and go for x ray to rule out any fracture.
Consult the orthopedic surgeon for better diagnosis
Popping sound in joints especially in knees is probably not any problem. It is simply gas displacement in joints that produce it. if there is pain associated to this, then you might have to get checked by a doctor for arthritis.
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