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Oh, brutal! I did a combo kickboxing/step class this morning. Since the "official" instructions from the manufacturer of the injections I got for my knee yesterday says "no strenuous activity for "48 hours" (not even standing!), I'm not sure if this old girl could do those squat jumps. Heck, even without the shots, I'm not sure if I could do both class and that workout on the same day. But, those look awesome and I may try them tomorrow - we'll have to see.
My pain on a daily basis is managed with Anacin Aspirin, meditation, light yoga exercises, daily journaling and Rest when I feel I cannot take another step. I plan my day around a short list of activities and rest between them, scrub the kitchen floor, rest, change the beddings and blankets, rest, scrub the living room floor, rest, clean the bath, rest. I have learned a real Easy Does It type of life in the last 5 years.
My right thigh has also gone numb, slightly to the outside right front of the legand almost half wayup to the hip from the knee. 1. It was and never has been appendicitis, as you and I both correctly found out. 2. Both the CT and the Lower Bowel Scan Xray appeared negative for Crohn's disease (I could see the Terminal Ilium of the Small Intestine flex and bulge as it easily passed the barium liquid, and the walls of the Terminal Ilium were thin and flexible.
The first occurrence was in my right knee. If I bent my knee near its maximum extent (such as when kneeling, crouching or climbing into bed), I experienced an incredibly painful tearing/burning sensation in the area of my patellar tendon. I would immediately react and straighten my knee and the pain would completely dissipate within several minutes. Afterward the area would feel about 50% numb, as if injected with a mild local anesthetic that was slowly wearing off, for several hours.
You have mad skills with animals, I bet you could do the same! This week, it's too much work, babysitting on Thursday, and trying to squeeze some Yoga in, too. I've started my downhill crash before my next Tysabri infusion next week.
To give rest to spine one sleeps on floor, keeping lower leg on the seat of a chair, spinal column(Torso) and had on the floor(This depends on condition of your spinal column.) Thought on yoga for pain relief; It may work, but it has to be learned and practiced before that is when you are OK. then it would work as a preventive or the pain is manageable we will miss Om who was always ready with answers..how is your care taker.
Thanks. I do think Yoga might be the long term solution. Wondering how you hapened on "Rodney Yee", his name is unfamiliar to me, not that I'm current on Yoga teachers. He does have a video for back issues slanted for beginners. This may be a good one to start with although not sure if even the beginner vid makes sense while I'm in the acute stage.
Have you tried things like chiraprater, maybe yoga, even parhaps only OTC meds? Sometimes after you detox yourself 100% of the pain meds you realize that your pain level actually lessens. I know that a 3 or 4 pill addiction doenst seem very bad but it will only get worse--We all started out by takin only that "one" first pill!
bursitis and arthritis...also in my knee, but I am going to wait for my wonderful Dr. for that, it isn't as painful. I get my cortisone injection tomorrow. I have been in constant pain since September 24th, when I had my colonostopy, and they removed the Fentanyl patches, (and I took photos, of the bloody rashes all over my entire left thigh, and one on my stomach, and a few squares on my left upper arm. Just in case I am questioned in another venue! The ins. Dr.
Numbness and burning and itchy. It started out the size of a quarter just above my knee cap during my last pregnancy. Docs said it would go away after I delivered because most likely a nerve was being pressed on...Needless to say it did not go away, and has only been progressivley getting worse. It now starts just above the knee cap and covers almost the whole upper thigh in front...no numbness or anything on the back of my leg.
if I were really looking,there are a few things... Join a yoga class. There are some cool guys in my class... Play golf... Sit outdoors at a coffee place and wear lipstick... Any bookstore... Smile,all the time... Volunteer... Then there are the personals. I do read them once in awhile and some are very sweet. But,really,when you least expect it,you stumble across a really nice guy. You just have to be visable...
Find a good yoga studio that teaches restorative yoga in your area, or look into Yin Yoga or Svaroopa yoga - both these forms of yoga are very therapeutic - and especially, they help open up the hips/tailbone/pelvis - especially the psoas and iliacus muscles. The psoas is your tenderloin, essentially. It connects at the top of the femur, runs through the pelvis, and re-attaches all along the lumbar spine.
male and this has been going on for years. yes MRI's and Physical therapy ect ect ect. beds, yoga. name it ive done it. It is something I deal with and have to accept. I dont want to but who has a choice in the matter? It would be nice to have a site where REAL doctors could answer questions to people in need of just a tad of advice. By the way. Ice pack for 10 to 15 minutes seems to help. In my situation anyway. The pain usually subsides within a few hours. Thanks for reading.
Allergic to titanium? I have had three knee replacements, one a cement/antibiotic one. I am in constant pain and my leg has red spots on the aria of the knee replacement and is always wormer then the other leg. Now I have developed a severe allergy in my sinus, with the tubes plug and water on one ear. No one can tell me what I am allergic to. I read many people having the idea of allergies to titanium and I have read that the medical community say it not possible.
Oh and don't forget, stretch, stretch, stretch (e.g. yoga, pilates) !!! Your massage therapist may also give you specific stretching excercises.
Since I now know this is nothing serious (or you can't help it!) I ignore it. I go to gym for run and mild weight lift. I do yoga, without crunching my abdomen much. By experimenting a little, I found that the pain is not related to these activities. But, sometimes I apply warm towel to left lower abdomen (not to the balls!) and it seems to help. Anyone can try this and see if it works. And experiment with your physical activities to see if there are any agravating factor in them.
, are the critical exercises. You may want to explore Pilates as well. Or, yoga. There are alternatives so don't give up.
After a year of being flake free, it came back strong after a few sessions of heated yoga. The yoga studio seemed to have some mold on the ceiling, and I am pretty certain my eye flares up around mold spores, and is associated with candida, or yeast. Even though I stopped going to the studio, the flakiness persisted for months and months. I have been doing the following and it's helped A TON...
Up until I started taking blood pressure medication, Yoga seemed to help me a great deal. Unfortunately, Yoga doesn't seem to help me now.
my sensation after a great walk then yoga workout is like my foot and leg is starting to 'fall asleep'. it just started happening and i've been walking briskly for about 4 months now.
I've had to accept hand-me-downs from family relatives, and might be able to find 1 or 2 pair of shorts in my drawer from last year (my fat shorts), to squeeze my butt into. No matter what I do, it won't come off. I even tried healthy diet, counting carbs and calories, eating 3 balanced meals a day, diet pills, exercising...EVERYTHING! It just won't work! I'm very frustrated, and now even my husband tells me I'm seriously fat! But knows too that I've tried everything!
) I was more concerned for my bikes shape than my knee cushioning my fall, but we both managed to get-up thanks to my good friend we were riding with. Little Sue(my bikes name) and myself are banged up a little, but still able to ride...YAY!!!...And I sure won't do that again!...I hope...LOL! I hope everyone is having a 'GREAT WEEKEND!!!...
It started one morning when I suddenly couldn't lift my foot to put it on my left knee to put my sock on. That was about three years ago. Last fall I began having weakness in my right arm. My leg also feels heavy, like I have to drag it forward to walk. The dizziness is also extremely common in MS, though it happens for other reasons, too. I'm sure it seems like a long time to April 28th for the full MRI series.
it feels like my cell phone on vibrate mode and it has been increasing for several months now. it's one-third of the way down my thigh between my hip and knee and is not really painful. It does it any time of the day or night. Any info would be appreciated.
I started having these vibration sensations in my loer abdomen as well, for about 2 weeks now. I am a nurse, and I have never heard of, nor learned of this symptom or what it might be in relation to. I have no pain, just vibration. When I try to feel it with my hand.,..nothing. I can't believe this many people are on here, I thought it was me!
The docs said it will take time to get my system back in-balance and I have anxiety medicine (Serax/Oxazepam) for sleeping, breathing exercises to do, and instructions for mild exercise like walking or gentle yoga. I actually had 9 hours sleep last night for the first time in 6 weeks and I feel so much better! I'm still going to the naturopathic doctor weekly for B12 and other vitamin infusions to help equalize my system too.
Last fall I started having joint pain in my elbows, one knee and sometimes wrists. It has been severe but just took Motrin or Tylenol for pain, and heat pad. I also have symptoms of IBS though I never have told my Dr I try to watch what I eat and causes me to have a reaction. I am going to research more on Lupus. Thanks for the info.
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