Conditions with symptom: 'aching muscles'
normal, the body is producing your regular puberty hormones. best time to shape up and bulk up those chest muscles. your hormones are kicking. excellent time to work on those pectorial muscles for chest development. buff, define those muscles. It's called: pubertial gynecomastia
I am 70 years old and I cant keep saliver in my mouth and my mouth is very sore. The Doctor said my muscles have weekend so I can't stop dribbling. Are there any exercises I can do? Or have a operation.Alice
My granddaughter is 7.5. She lives out of town so I never realized the severity of her tiptoeing until the last year or so when we began to see each other more. She constantly tip toes and has now (in my opinion) altered her bones and muscles in her calves, ankle and entire foot. Her toes are spread apart, she stands with her legs seperated and feet pointed out, she complains of ankle pain late in the day. We try to remind her to walk "flat", and she gets very frustrated. Her parents have limited ins coverage, limited cash for copays and they live in a rural area with limited health facilities. What do you suggest?
Id suggest speaking to the school nurse and seeing what she suggests because thats who picked up my daughters walking up on tip toes but i didnt think it was a problem but have since been referred to physiotherapy and she is waiting for casts to be fitted to try and correct the problem.
Hi I have had the same, stupidly I wasn't drinking enough, became dehydrated which caused constipation. When I went it was so hard due to lack of fluids & tore me. The fissure didn't go away like I thought it would. I then avoided going to the loo as long as possible as it hurt so much. The Dr gave me some internal cream & muscle relaxant... Awful I know but it really helped! Not completely healed but I've also not used it as much as I should. Don't suffer as it creates a behavioural problem cycle- you need to poo- you hold it in for fear of pain- the poo gets bigger- you cant hold on- you tense your muscles with fear- your bum tears further & your in more pain. Just see the Dr they didn't examine me I just told symptoms & was given cream... It really is that easy!
my grandson who is 5 also has cronic constipation,(for 3 yrs) he has had one hospital admission to clear him out and over the last two weeks he had been in hospital twice to be sedated to enable nurses to give him enemas, the amout he passes isnt great but helps him a little,he takes up to 4 packets of movicol and 2.5mls senna daily, he is being admitted to leicester hosptal later this month to have a biopsy and botox in his sphincter under general anesthetic, to see if this will relax his muscles and to allow the poo to leave him easier,it is so distressing for him as he always gets overflow, me and his parents spend many times going to and from his school to change him daily. we will see if this surgery helps watch this space.....
My son is also 13 months and has intoe which come from a twist in the bone from the knee to the ankle. this was picked up by the pediatrician at his 6 weeks check up. He was referred to a physio who he has been seeing ever since. I was given exercises to stretch his feet and try to correct them. He took his first steps at 10months and is now walking very well albeit he does trip more than the average toddler due to his feet. I saw the physio again yesterday who said she is very happy with him and thinks the exercises have really helped him. She also said sometimes with intoe there can also be a tension in the muscles which is causing in which requires a different type of treatment. Your GP should have referred you to a physio as the normal "wont refer until 18 months for not walking" does not apply when they have intoe. I have been told that it is very common and usually corrects itself by the age of 4, but I believe if we hadn't have been doing the exercises for all these months, he may not be walking so well if at all.
Hi periods are normal and every woman goes through the experience. Some women get very heavy sore periods, some women get very light ones it really just depends on your own body. I had a bit of pain, kind of similar to a sore tummy, like when it hurts after eating something bad though it also goes away pretty quickly. Mine always came the day before my period started-so i always knew it was coming :) If the pain is bad you can take some painkillers or, the best cure I have found is a warm bath followed by cuddling up in bed with a hot water bottle at your tummy. The heat helps relax the muscles and eases the pain. Always be prepared as well and make sure you have enough sanitary pads. Also make sure you change them every 4 hours. For nighttime get some with 'wings' as these will hold the pad steady so it doesn't move about while you sleep. I hope this helps. If you need anything else ask someone close to you.
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