Prednisone for muscle strain

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The person having both face, having muscle strain, especially when we are smile. Circumstances : When we meet new person try to smile, very difficult. That time face is more strain and smile will not come. Face shape is become more bored. Now he is hiding from friends,relatives and group function. Last 3 years gradually it is going more. Please can you give the solutions. He is having B.P last 5 years and it is in controlled.
chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia could account for your muscle pain and body aches. However, do you find, hard to concentration; sore throat; tender lymph nodes ,headaches, unrefreshing sleep?
I have had several torn muscles in the past due to taking Prednisone for the last 12 years. About 2 weeks ago I while carring a heavy box,I heard a loud pop and felt great pain in my left calf that put me on the ground. The popping noise of this injury was much louder than the other muscle tares. I can stand on the leg but can not put any weight on the ball of my foot without great pain. From the upper part of my calf to the bottom of my foot the color is totally black. My DR.
Is uniform muscle weakness a common complaint with certain disorders? Both legs and both arms feel : exactly the same during these episodes. : Thanks.
I have had chronic rhomboid muscle pain on the right side for 10 years, and have seen numerous MD's(MRI with no significant problem found), Chiropractors (Adjustments & pressure point message), Physical Therapists (waste of money) and a Neurologist that is currently performing acupuncture. I self medicate with Ibuprofen, and sleep on an ice pack every night.
Symptoms ~~ Head-- severe eye pain, mostly left but recently (in last 3 months) started in Right eye Feels like I'm being stabbed with a hot ice pick, throbs,light hurts to the point I wear sunglasses in the house. Pain in left eye has been going on sice March 2009. I have constnt blurriness in L. eye even when wearing my glasses & have bouts of double vision in my R. eye. Horrible headaches ( not related to eye pain).
For the past few weeks I have been throwing around ideas as to the best way to respond to this matter. You see a recent article ( Feb.3 , 2009 NY times) titled "Best treatment for TMJ May be Nothing" nearly made me clench my jaw to pieces. While well written, I found that the author, Ms. Brody, relied heavily on out dated and narrow perspective supplied to her by a small group of dentists.
Yes it is a teens disease, but I got it, and I am 34 married. I had this strange muscle cramps for 8 months finally they prescribed prednisone therapy it worked. No one believed me the aches I had they were terrible. Good Luck Be Well! For the past 8 months I have been having episodes of extreme muscle fatigue in my upper thighs and arms. These events start out as a felling of mild fatigue as if I had been exercising strenously. The feeling is identical in both arms and legs.
Some thoughts are lyme testing and other infectuous diseases associated with ticks as well as west nile that effects muscles, emg testing to look at muscle response, rheumatic screening for illnesses such as lupus and thyroid testing. Blood work to look for low magnesium or b12 are nicer possibilities. I am also seeing an endocrinologist this week as it may provide me with more advanced testing than the base screening that initial blood work provides.
sometimes an antibiotic or even more simply, tylenol or advil for the pain. Another possible cause of your pain could be muscle strain. I know as an asthmatic, when I get all huffy and puffy....I really strain my chest and ribs. After my attack has cleared, I sometimes feel like I was punched in the chest for working it so hard. This usually subsides in a day or so after my muscles have relaxed and "healed". Suffice to say, and as I ALWAYS recommend....talk to your doctor.
Ev, Since muscle is what uses up glucose I would focus on building new muscle more than any cardio excersise because that only burns energy while you do it whereas muscle will burn glucose much more gradual and a lot longer over time. It must be very challenging when your Dr. tells you not to lift more than 10lbs because of varcises. But even light weight training if done daily will increase muscle mass and if combined with a low glycemic diet will definately bring down blood sugar.
D went about twelve shuffly paces - carefully - felt great and hopeful. had to stop at 15 meters otherwise i'd still be sore now. as it turns out i did strain a muscle in my right butt cheek but it has recovered. maybe i will run again. i dont need to run flat out, i will be happy with a shuffle. funny how we settle for less. i think it's possible now. just have to build up gradually - and keep the spare tyre off!
If you have the money, you might ask for a referral to an orthopedic specialist. There just might be a way of surgically correcting the area causing the most pain. Since he's such a young dog, his chances of responding to surgery and rehab are certainly better than in a senior dog. Treating spinal pain in humans is just as difficult as treating it in animals. It's expensive and much of the treatment is trial and error.
He is currently on prednisone and theophylline. For the past couple of weeks, his belly has been very distended and hard to the touch. This is making his breathing more difficult. He is slightly overweight, so I have cut down his food intake. He drinks about the same amount of water that he always did, even thought the prednisone is supposed to increase his thirst. He is releiving himself regularly. His last checkup last month the vet told me that he had a good heart.
Anyway as you may know I've been suffering with a lot of strange symptoms for the past 5 months and I was initially tested for Lyme and was negative except for the 41 igg band on a standard western blot. My symptoms generally include the following: - On and off fever of up to 100.5 commonly chronic at 99.5 - Strong Fatigue. - Strong mental cloudiness as if I can't think clearly and am always spaced out.
There are lots of side effects. Muscle relaxants are contraidicated for piriformis strain except or the first day or two. They cause loss of muscle tone. You should ask your physician to consider use of a TENS device and transdermal lidocaine as well as several visits with a physical rehabilitation specialist who will demonstrate several exercises you must perform on a daily basis.
This has bothered me for about eighteen years and just keeps getting worse. Being a stand up comedian, this really hampers my profession. On December 8,2005 I was doing a show in Virgina and saw a local doctor there. She gave me Tussionex and within the hour of the first dosage the drainage stopped. The next week was wonderful as I was even able to cough up stuff for the first time in a long time. I have tried the 8 mg dosage of Chlorpheniramine but it doesn't work.
There are several of us on here who have a similar eye complaint: seeing a bright flash, like the afterimage of a flash bulb, when we blink, and sometimes, on upgaze. This is transient symptom for most of us, lasting anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. When the "spot" in our visual field passes over a dark background, the spot appears light. When the spot passes over a light background, it appears dark.
My jaw also hurts along with neck and back pain and also the front of my neck is under muscle strain constantly. Just had the C4-C7 fusion and didn't help jaw pain at all. Would like to hear what your doc said. Thanks!
I was also on prednisone for months because of it, another concern. Your help and time is very appreciated. I thank you for your kindness. Bythe way, I have been in touch with the georgia Lyme Disease Assoc., but no one has dealt with the skin deal here.
I do not know how it is for others, but for me I have never been able to get a Docter to give me more meds for my pain. I only take my cymbolta and busepar and balacet. And sometimes I feel as if im going mad. But my doc wont help me. So i go to the emergency room and they always help me.
I have been diagnosed with a Buffalo Hump on my back below my neck, but above my shoulder blades - usual place. I'm not on HIV meds and I don't take prednisone but I have been taking Advair for Asthma 2xday for about 8 years. I'm also about 90lbs overweight. I am a CPA and sit at the computer all day, so I'm sure my posture at the comp is only agravating the situation. Ques: 1 - Can the Advair be causing the hump?
After 13 years of dealing with a new flare-up every year or so, I want to share some things that have worked for me (and a few more that didn’t). I don’t have a medical background and I’m not a nutritionist, I’m just sharing my experience with those who are suffering and can’t seem to find a solution with doctors, meds and miracle cures. Meds and Surgery: One thing I’ve learned is that the meds and the surgeries don’t work.
Eventual blood in urine and extreme pain assumed to be kidney stones but no stones ever seen. Blockage in one kidney is documented by ultrasound. Treated with Prednisone for a month and the blockage cleared. Age 19 Winter- DVT in left leg causing immense pain. Hospitalization and a surgical procedure to clear out the clot. Heparin for the first few weeks and then Coumadin for 6 months. Age 19- early 20- symptoms similar to priapism occur. Ultrasounds show a thrombosed vein.
The pain killers he keeps calling in, isn't working! They gave me Prednisone! Miracle drug for me. Spine surgeon doesn't believe in it. Hm... Whats up with not listening to the patient as to what helps and just dictating care? PREDNISONE takes 4-5 day debilitation down to 1-2! That tells me right there, the pain is from inflammation not muscle strain. I go to Pain Management on Friday, I see spine surgeon on Thursday and I go to my primary today. I have a big week!
The doctor was not concerned about this due to the normal chest X-ray and thought it could be anything from reflux (doesn't feel like that) or muscle/tendon strain due to the migraines. I already deal with a diagnosed generalized anxiety disorder which after several health scares has become more and more health related anxiety. So my anxiety can cause all sorts of symptoms, and I've definitely been under a lot of it.
Also compression of the spinal nerves due to any cause like injury,wrong posture,buldging disc,muscle strain etc can cause these symptoms.Diagnosis can be confirmed by x-ray or CT spine and nerve conduction velocity tests. Pls discuss these options with your doctor. Hope it helps.Take care and regards.
I called the neurosurgeon on 3/4 and he dismissed it as muscle strain. It continued to worsen, I called my spine ortho and he ordered a prednisone taper. That relieved the pain/pressure but now I get weakness in thighs and buttock pain. I recalled the neurosurgeon and explained the symptoms. He reordered a MRI 3/15 and results showed no reherniation. They prescribed another prednisone taper and neurontin 3x daily but my symptoms continue to worsen.
i 've had neck & shoulder pain for over 2 weeks and is getting worse everyday. my doctor gave two injections, one in back of neck and one on top of shoulder. my shoulder joint is swollen and the tingling is so intense it is also painful. i am diabetic and have high bp. the prednisone rose my sugar to a dangerous level and had to be discontinued. i can't take this pain no longer. i ready to go to hospital and asked to be admiited for some relief from this pain.
She had a epidural block during labor and had complained of upper thoracic pain the next day which persisted and which everyone including myself attributed to poor posture when breatsfeeding and back strain from pushing during delivery. Any reported cases you know of wet tap causing thoracic subdural hematomas? could this thoracice pain have been a spinal headache equivalent? She did have emergent drainage of the subdural hematoma in Jan 2000 at HUP.
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