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Usually we start with prescribing anti-inflammatory medication (or you can take over the counter ibuprofen, Alleve, etc.) and recommend wearing tighter fitting underwear, such as briefs or a jock-strap. If the pain continues or becomes severe, it's important to see a physician to make sure a varicocele is the only problem. There are surgical options available when the pain is severe, which include cutting out some of the excess vein and re-routing the blood flow (this is called a varicocelectomy). Most people who have varicoceles never experience pain and don't even know they have the condition unless a physician mentions it during a physical exam. I'm also allergic to anti-inflamitory drugs like those. Anything else? That depends what the "allergy" is. Many people say that they are allergic to a medicine if it makes them sick to their stomach or causes another minor side effect--this is not a true allergy, but a normal side effect of the medication. If the anti-inflammatory medications cause severe cramping, ulcers, or difficulty breathing/worsening of asthma, then they truly should be avoided. If it is stomach upset, some physicians still prescribe medications such as Celebrex, which are supposed to not upset the stomach as much (although they still can). If none of the medications can be used, though, then the other treatments I mentioned will have to be used. Certainly a little ice to the area could help as well, although I wouldn't recommend applying it directly to the varicocele area. Thank you. If it makes any difference I am truly allergic to aspirin (I actually took Motrin IB at the time which caused swelling, rash, and difficulty breathing).
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Does a varicocele go away on its own or do you need some kind of treatment and do you go to the hospital or your family doctor for diagnosis?
Answer . No, a varicocele will not go away without treatment. Surgery is recommended if it is painful or causing infertility. Any doctor can order a semen-analysis to see i…f it is affecting your fertility. They typically feel like "a bag of worms" and only a urologist or a general surgeon with experience in this area should do the surgery.
Burning pain is legs are common because of continuous workout after a long time. This burning sensation is often at the top part of your thigh . This pain could some…times be unbearable and the most easiest and likely to relieve the pain is by keeping an ice pack. or running absolutely hot water on the thigh. Remember that this pain might last for a week.
Heel pain without any trauma is usually due to deficiency of caicium and vitamin D. Try it. If you have diabetes also, then must control it and take sufficient doses of …vitamin B complex and chromium picolinate and zinc and manganese. plantar fascitis, crack of calcaneus, Achile tendonitis and calf muscle spasm may also cuse heel pain. Use good cushion in shoes. Use local poultice with standard antiinflammatory Ayurvedic or Allopathic medicaments. Massage calf muscles.
Serious neck pain? See your chiropractor! Otherwise it's most often due to a muscle strain or spinal misalignment. X-rays will show your exact alignment; if you are not st…raight up and down from the front or have a nice C-curve when looking at a side view, then you may have some nerve pressure. Using a good neck pillow may help significantly. Neck stretches and neck exercises can also help and help to improve that alignment in the long run as well. Answer2: See s pain management specialist, thats what I had to do after a car accident. They will send you for an mri which will definitely show the problem area causing the pain. They usually recommend a cervical support pillow, possibly physical and exercises for stretching tight muscles. Good health to you!
I feel pain in my right side near waist after this i feel small pain in my right leg . when i open my legs i feel tension in my adductor muscles.
Acute pain will stop when an injury heals or when an underlying problem is treated successfully. Chronic pain and abnormal pain are more difficult to treat, and it may take lo…nger to find a successful resolution.
That depends on the cause of the pain and whether the pain is of recent onset or chronic (ongoing, longstanding). If you do not already know the causative factor/s of the pain…, first check with you own physician/general practitioner. In my experience, for chronic pain a TENS machine (used with your physician/general practitioner's blessing) can provide effective natural pain relief for many (but not all) people. You can buy them for home use and they are about the size of a mobile 'phone.
Some of the most popular treatment options include acupressure and acupuncture, massage, chiropractic, and relaxation techniques such as yoga, hypnosis, and meditation.
It depends on how severe your anemia is. The most severe cases of anemia may require a blood transfusion, which could be painful and expensive. Most cases of anemia require ir…on supplementation, which could be in the form of vitamins you ingest, or vitamin injections. Prices of these solutions can vary.
Most ankle pain is due to either an impact to the area (bruise) or a muscle/tendon sprain or strain. For a bruised area, best course of treatment is to ice the area for a few …days. For a sprain or strain, the "RICE" formula is the way to go: rest, ice, compression, elevate. Try to avoid activities that will aggravate the injury. When the muscle/tendon starts to heal, slowly begin some strengthening exercises, combined with some heat and massage to the area to keep the muscle/tendon relaxed.
Depending on your severity, anything from aspiring to acetaminophen. Placing a warm, wet towel on the sore area can also alleviate pain and a bit of swelling, along with gentl…e massage around the joint.
Depending on which treatment option you choose, there could be some pain. If you get the radioactive iodine treatment, it will destroy cells in the thyroid gland, but it won't… damage the tissues and organs that surround the cells. And, you will not feel anything as the iodine enters your body. However, afterwards, there may be some inflammation, causing a small amount of pain; but regular painkillers will help. Another form of treatment is antithyroid drugs, which cause no pain. The third method is by surgical removal of some of the thyroid gland, called a "thyroidectomy". You will probably suffer some pain, which is normal after any surgery.
There are many causes for wrist pain which can be very painful. Some treatments would include heat and cold therapy, massage therapy and physiotherapy. In worse case scenarios… surgery may be the only viable treatment.
Okay, First grab a butter knife. Make sure it has been cleaned VERY well. This is important. Next, take a slab of butter. Make sure it's REAL butter and not that "I Can't Bel…ieve It's Not" stuff. Carefully scrape the butter on your chest until you get a nice glaze. Once the butter has been applied to your chest, find a nice jar of raspberry preserves and use a fresh CLEAN butter knife and spread it on top of the butter. Give it about a half hour and your chest will be feeling better. If not, repeat nightly until the chest pains go away. Sincerely, A Doctor
A few ways to protect an injured knee are as follows: - Rest the knee and place a small pillow under the knee. - Place a plastic bag filled with ice on top/around the knee… to reduce pain and swelling. - Wrap the knee with bandage, however do not wrap it too tightly. Also, for official answers regarding treatment, please consult your doctor.