Nerve pain, also known as neuralgia, is a discomfort that follows the path of a nerve. Common causes of nerve pain include injuries, swelling and irritation, and many diseases like different types of arthritis.
Nerve pain, also known as neuralgia, is a discomfort that follows the path of a nerve. Common causes of nerve pain include injuries, swelling and irritation, and many diseases like different types of arthritis.
There could be many reasons as to why you are experiencing pain in the butt cheek. But the only way to have it evaluated is to see your doctor.
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You need to ask your primary doctor who they think is the best and then get a referral from that primary.
Oh, yes, there is, I will wake up with serve leg pains which are caused from a pinched nerve. I would lay my "blankey over it ( it is always within my reach) and gradually the pain will go away and I am able to go back to sleep.... Last night I put it over the affected area before I went to sleep and I slept the entire night. Most of my pain, comes from… Read More
EMG is part of an electrodiagnostic examination that involves both nerve conduction studies (NCS) & needle EMG (nEMG). An electrodiagnostic examination may diagnose many things, including: A lesion of the nerve root as it exits the spinal column, called a radiculopathy. A lesion of a nerve plexus, such as the brachial plexus, lumbar plexus, or the lumbosacral plexus. A lesion of a peripheral nerve. The most common peripheral nerve lesion is the median nerve at… Read More
Pertaining to the fifth cranial nerve
The medial tibial nerve and the lateral common fibular nerve
Hydrochloride jelly is used in the treatment of genital herpes. Remember herpes is for life, so the jell only manages it.
cause it hurts
by the use of anti histamine
Because the bone that houses the brain is called the cranium. Brainium and brainial are not Latin or Greek terms.
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They get angry because the alcohol affects their better judgment. I guess it's kind of the same thing as being high(You don't know what you're doing!) And that is of course of a certain group of peoples opinion, their belief system. For alot of people alchohol does not impair their judgment and it doesent stop people from knowing what they are doing. Alchohol can increase violence however, if two different belief systems are engaged with… Read More
A: It should take 4-6 weeks but ... we are all diffrent and it might take longer or less time.
it could be that the person has back spasm
Because of your cursed sin! God put pain in you as punishment! Your Lucky he gave you a way to heaven so you don't burn in hell you sinner! ...Or if you are non religius or believe in some other religion or just do not believe in the above post... Depending on where you are hurt there are different reasons on why, but the main reasons are so: 1) to tell your brain that a… Read More
It's like a very primitive brain; just a network of neurons in very simple animals like coelenterates and primitive flatworms which connect sensory and muscular cells.
I think you can, I have an extra set of nerves in my mouth, but I don't know about the rest of me. I'm trying to find out what it's called.
Depending on the type of shot (whether it was an epidural or just a steroid shot), and which nerve is being compressed by the disk, and how bad it is, will determine how long it takes to start working. Also, if your doctor really put the needle in your buttock and not the small of your back where the pain is (not the nerve - it takes a special procedure for that) then I'd wonder… Read More
Find you another dentist; have that one transfer your records over to him/her from your old dentist. Then have the new dentist check your mouth out. This would be a second opinion. If it turns out the same way, then go back to your old dentist, or if not, then keep the new one. Some of these, just like doctors can't be trusted- they try to make a buck anywhere they turn.
Without a root canal the chances are slim to none. You are in for some serious pain. Make a dental appointment. Or if money is an issue, contact a dental school to see if you can get low-cost or no-cost treatment. ~ T i agree, go to the dentist now, if the pain starts (and trust me when it does it will be at 2am Saturday on a holiday weekend) nothing will help it, it… Read More
Neuropathy refers to any disease or injury affecting nerves or nerve cells. It may refer to: Peripheral neuropathy, any condition affecting peripheral nerves Cranial neuropathy, any condition affecting cranial nerves Optic neuropathy, any condition affecting the optic nerve (including Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy) Auditory neuropathy, any condition affecting the auditory nerve Neuropathic pain, caused by neuropathy or by damage elsewhere in the nervous system
Poorly controlled diabetes can cause the tightening of blood vessels and damage the nerve endings. The healing process begins to fail and small injuries develop into large infections. Sensations of "pins and needles" can occur in any part of the body, but for diabetics, it's mainly the feet and hands. Neuropathy causes ulcers on the skin surface which don't ever seem to heal and minor injuries can become permanent blemishes that can repeat infection long… Read More
There are a few method to stop hemorrhoid pain. They are, using ice, using preparation cream, or using medicated wipe. After reading this article you will know which one is for you. Using ice You can use ice to sooth the pain in your rectum after each session in toilet. First take a clean cloth. and then take some ice cube from your refridgerator. Enclose it with the clean cloth. Slowly apply the ice to… Read More
Nerve cells have many adaptions that make them functional. Some of these adaptions include longer axons in order to deliver action potentials a long distance. The dendrites carry the nerve impulses to the cell body. The myelin sheath increases the rate of transmission of nerve impulses.
The tibial nerve
My neuropathy from botched amputation feels like hell. My stumps go from freezing cold to pins and needles. What I mean is getting poked by pins and needles. The pain is beyond unbearable. The way I deal with 24 hrs. a day chronic pain is trying to keep my mind copied with things. Music at times is my savior. If you have a similar story write me @ email@example.com .
Valium, Xanax, and other depressants that work by reducing the function of the Central Nervous System. Kimber :) Actually, barbiturates and benzodiazepines are classes of drugs. So, the original question is problematic. (Also, just as a side note, the very definition of a depressant is that it inhibits/slows the working of the Central Nervous System.) Although, barbiturates and benzodiazepines produce similar effects and are often used for similar purposes, drugs fall into one category or… Read More
Pain actually does not exist. It forms entirely in the brain. The Brain sends messages through the CNS (Central Nervous System) and travels throughout the body to direct area where pain should be applied. Our brain does this because its trying to tell us that this hurts and we shouldn't be doing this, or touching this, or what ever triggered the pain. The amount pain we feel, tells us the amount of danger our body… Read More
put ice i think I heard this from a website: • If you are suffering from extreme gum pain and you cannot sleep at night because of its pain you can have vanilla extract. Gargle a pure vanilla extract throughout the mouth to relief you from extreme pain. These extract will help give the gum a numbness that would quickly relief you from pain. I am trying it out tonight because I just got spacers… Read More
A pain killer is an 'analgesic'.
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It could be simple, like a muscle spasm or a little pleurisy, or it could be something far more serious. You'll need to talk to a doctor to find out for certain. If it is affected by breathing, it could easily be pleurisy. If you don't have any other symptoms it could very easily be a muscle spasm, but it has far too much potential for being a problem, so don't ignore it.
See a doctor. Pregancy can often cause pains and aches which are unexplainable and common, not harmful. But, still see your doctor.
No... The nerve for hearing runs inside the skull to the ears and the nerves to the neck and shoulders run completely outside of the skull... There are a lot of things that could cause the ringing of the ear...: previous nerve damage from listening to loud music/sounds over a long period of time [usually in both ears], repeated rupturing of the eardrum from infections/trauma, Meniere's Disease... See http://www.menieres-guidebook.com/guide_detail.asp?gid=TL008&a=a&assoc=Google&keyword=menieresdisease
The nerves that controls your facial movements exits the skull from behind, below, and deep to your ears and come toward the middle from both sides to converge upon the nose. BEFORE the nerve leaves the skull, a branch of the nerve crosses below the brain across the skull base to enter the nasal cavity. This branch, however, has nothing to do with facial motion rather it helps control the mucous glands in the nasal… Read More
If the disks are herniated (bulging is another term) the specific nerves causing your problems ARE being pinched/compressed by the disks - that's what happens when you herniate a disk. The diagnosis you describe is disk herniations between the C3/C4/C5/C6 vertebrae. I've had flattened disks between C5/6/7, with a resulting fusion operation to correct it as well. In my case I had no choice as my left arm was becoming paralyzed. I've also had 2… Read More
Nerves are everywhere in your whole body. Think about it ... is there any place on your body that you cannot feel? So your answer is EVERYWHERE!!!
I would first recommend making a doctors appointment. When I had a pinched nerve they used this special machine to pinpoint the spot of origin. Afterwards, I had many weeks of physical treatment therapy. Also, you could try buying the stretch bands, they come in different resistant levels...can find them at Modells, or anyplace that sells sporting equipment...thats pretty much what I used at therapy..as well as included some massage therapy...
Often your spine is not aligned. Talk to a chiropractor and be sure to have X-rays to confirm the possibility prior to an adjustment.
That's probably not a good idea. If it's infected it could cause some serious problems if it isn't dealt with properly. Of course the above is true. If you leave the tooth and it rots it can go into the jaw bone and also cause facial pain and also spread to the teeth on each side. It's best to have it pulled. Dentists today have different bridges that can be put in your mouth to… Read More
Yes they do because it puts the whole body out of alignment. If you want more information please go onto: www.google com Write in the same question.
I am a 36 year old female that has an idiopathic peripheral neuropathy. I have had this disease since 1999. Not only is this disease physically draining it is mentally draining as well. It causes ulcers, blisters, toenail loss, chronic pain, and for me depression. I can no longer work because I can't stand or sit for long periods of time..what job does that leave? The pain is very draining, especially at night. The side… Read More
Plants can not feel pain Plants can react to stimuli, but they have no central nervous system, so they cannot feel pain. Studies have been done on plants by reputable sources e.g. The Smithsonian, but they have merely showed plants reacting to sunlight, drugs, and various stimuli. There are no peer-reviewed studies showing that plants are conscious in any way or that they can feel pain. No credible scientific groups have published papers to this… Read More
No. It typically starts in the feet, then moves up the legs. At about the time it reaches the knees, it starts in the hands. The progression of this disease can usually be prevented by keeping your blood sugar under control. Neuropathy CAN affect the entire body: Neuropathy is caused by damage to the peripheral nerves that link the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) to the rest of the body. The condition can… Read More
yes, it can. neuropathy is a condition of the nerves in the body, but treatment is available so see your family doctor
You might be having ulcer in your stomach. Get it checked throughly. Avoid spicy food and non-vegeterian food. Make your food habbit simple
Diabetic Neuropathy is progressive damage to the capillaries and nerves of the extremities, caused by cumulative effects of hyperglycemia. It can be prevented or halted using tight glycemic control (A1c 5% or less), and can be reversed in early stages using daily doses of Methylcobalamin, either injected or orally. For references see http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_you_can_care_for_your_feet_if_your_diabetic
Pain travels from a position to another. That happens through the sensitivity of the nerves.For example: 'Mid back pain radiate' is faster since a bundle of nerves pass through your spinal chord. The prostaglandins produced due to muscle spasms or strains cause heating effects on the site of the pain.
Possibly a cyst, it would be best to consult a doctor. ...Again, I agree, could also be a "Calcium deposit", very harmless, yet I would still consult your doctor.
Latent pain is pain that comes after an exercise/movement. For example when you are exercising and doing so with tolerable pain it is termed okay because this can be normal. But when pain comes after the exercise, that is latent pain and it is not good!
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can siatic nerve cause numbness and pain in calf
I assume you are talking about going to a dentist and having a root canal therapy performed on the tooth. This procedure removes the nerve and blood supply of the tooth. The interior of the tooth is then filled with an inert rubber material called gutta percha. The most common risks associated with a root canal are pain during the procedure that is usually effectively controlled with local anesthetics; pain after the procedure as the… Read More
You MIGHT have a kidney stone. If I were you though, I would go see a doctor soon. Pain at the end of urinating IS NOT GOOD. It could be other things also. You just should go see a doctor
Hi, I am Doctor Vitaliy Veklich. I do not have bow legs - I have experience in its correction. Here you could see pictures of patients as before and after bowlegs treatment: http://www.doctorveklich.com/patients.htm Also you could read an article "Why bow legs and knock knee lead to arthritis? ": http://www.doctorveklich.com/arthritis.htm If you need help you could contact me any time Doctor Veklich
I'm wondering exactly the same thing...
You might be suffering from bone spurs in your feet. Heel spur pain is often most intense after long periods of rest from being on your feet. Morning heel spur pain is often the most severe type of heel spur pain. The reason for this is: As you move during the day, the nerves surrounding the heel spur adjust around the spur so that the heel spur is not digging into them. After long periods… Read More
== == Well, unless you're dead after writing the question, it's not an aneurysm. A disk herniation at L4/5 can cause radiating pain both in the anterior and posterior (front and back) parts of the body. What it feels like is dull pain in the abdomen and groin area, with sharp pain in the lower back. ---- == == Most likely is musculao-skeletal pain, BUT... If you're in middle-late group long-time smoker, it could be… Read More
Usually a few weeks, depends on severity.
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my acupuncturist thinks it's good, but I've had only one treatment, so can't express much of an opinion yet. For me very much so, I was crushed back in 2010 between to cement mixers at work, lucky to be alive, Any how acupuncture work for me it took a while almost a full year. but it did get much better it probably will not go totally away for me it was a large improvement hang… Read More
By this time, I would have a doctor familiar with Complex Regional Pain Syndrom(CPRS) sometimes called Reflexive Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) check you out. Eight weeks is a long time for this pain. I've got RSD myself and this is sometimes how it starts. Good luck!!!!
What is the scientific explanation for the "pain in the neck" when you're disgusted and angry?
yes absolutely...I have tremors with axonal neurapathy.
Displacement of a disc.
Not knowing your science background, I will define autonomic neuopathy in a terse and cogent manner: this entity is damage to the nerves that regulate the body functions that you can not control, including nerves that regulate the heart rate, blood pressure, perspiration, and digestion. Autonomic neuropathy results in faulty commmunication between your brain and the parts of the body that your autonomic nervous system serves.
Answer Nortriptyline, a common anti-depressant medication, has been found to, at times, be helpful for peripheral neuropathy in diabetics. Yes, it had been used for this condition. Also You can save money on a prescription. Shop around at as many pharmacies as possible. Don't forget to include online pharmacies in your search, as they often have the best prices, and you can save a lot of money on a prescription. In case you can compare… Read More
Your body makes you feel pain to alert you that something is wrong by sending a message to your brain. FOR EXAMPLE: You put your hand in a fire and the cells send a message to your brain saying "Hey Stupid! Get your hand out of the fire! It'll burn you very very badly!" Your brain gets the message and then makes your hand move out of the fire and then you go run it… Read More
Neuropathy Neuropathy is usually short for peripheral neuropathy, meaning a disease of the peripheral nervous system. Strictly speaking, however, neuropathy is any disease that affects any part of the nervous system. Neuropathy often results in numbness, abnormal sensations called dysesthesias and allodynias that occur either spontaneously or in reaction to external stimuli, and a characteristic form of pain, called neuropathic pain or neuralgia, that is qualitatively different from the ordinary nociceptive pain one might experience… Read More
The four major forms of nerve damage are polyneuropathy, autonomic neuropathy, mononeuropathy, and mononeuritis multiplex. The most common form is peripheral polyneuropathy, which mainly affects the feet and legs. Often the form of neuropathy is further broken down as to cause (see below), or other type, such as small fiber peripheral neuropathy, which is idiopathic. There are other less common forms of neuropathy, for example Enteric Neuropathy.1 1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuropathy
Hi, I have been researching this very subject for days now as I have type 2 diabetes and now over the past 6-8 months have developed a fairly horrible loss of bowel control. Diabetic Neuropathy can definitely affect the feet, legs, hands and arms but there is also another type of neuropathy that also affects the groin, abdomen, stomach, bowel area and can disrupt normal bowel function. So my answer is yes. i believe so… Read More
Nerves pass through (innervate) every muscle in our bodies. Whether you injured a nerve, or injured a muscle, the nerves will be inflamed and irritated. This causes pain.
emotional pain is born by hard love and/or social problems such as divorce of parents or any other problem but the best way to relief this emotional pain is to know where does it come from and what are conditions that make the person feel it or so simple the person can visit a psychologist and the problem is solved ...
This can be a sign of almost anything from a heart attack to a cracked rib to indigestion. You need to be more specific.
It is almost never the piercing procedure that is painful, unless it is an extreme piercing such as a mandible, clavical, chest or extreme genital piercing. To reduce pain after the procedure Ibuprofin or the like will reduce swelling and also help with pain. Aside from that you can't do much. Answer: Put it this way. I had mine done about 3 days ago and I was looking everywhere online for information about pain. There… Read More
There are medications for this. Two are Lyrica and Cimbalta. I use electrode stockings and a TENS unit at night and it helps a lot and I don't have to take pills. I use this for severe diabetic peripheral neuropathy pain in my feet and lower legs.
There are 12 cranial nerves, they are as followed; (I) Olfactory (II) Optic (III) Oculomotor (IV) Trochlear (V) Trigeminal (VI) Abducens (VII) Facial (VIII) Vestibulocochlear (IX) Glossopharyngeal (X) Vagus (XI) Accessory (XII) Hypoglossal
Chiropractor or Acupuncturists.
Abdominal pain is the leading symptom to an appendicitis.
call a physical therapys. they can help you.
There can be many side effects of mint and menthol intake. These can vary due to the person. The most common of all side effects is probably that you can have unpleasent things happening the intestine area. It is not reccommended.
Try asking a doctor or other medical person rather than anonymous strangers on an Answer page. Doctors are also better than your crazy aunt, the guys you drink beer with or the shame next door.
Pain in the ball of the foot with swelling on the side could be due to a problem with plantar fasciitis. You can see a doctor for treatment or you can prop your foot up and put ice on it to see if it helps.
I would like to know everything about vagus nerve(s) and what can I do to improve their functionality in the body.
No, not normally
This could mean that you pulled your groin muscle. The best thing to do would be to first, see a doctor, and see what his reccomendations. If the pulled groin is not treated, you could have permanent groin pains.
I was given a shot of Toradol and had ibuprofen recommended to me for pinched nerve at L3 and L4.
I dont know, but I have that too.
I have recently been prescribed Lyrica for my post chemo neuropathy. This drug was just introduced in the market for the treatment of Fibromyalgia(sp?). It has helped me somewhat. **************************** I don't know anything about Lyrica, but I've heard good things about acupuncture. A friend who survived breast cancer wrote to tell me that her oncologist prescribed a daily supplement called glutamine for neuropathy. I then asked my friend who is a registered dietician specializing… Read More
Yes it can do that, CIDP long term can turn into ALS, and MSA can start off with neuropathy symptoms and later turn into full blown MSA.
One view: Insects cannot feel pain. This is because an insects nervous system is directly connected to the muscular system, and not to the brain. Humans have special nerve cells called nociceptors, whose purpose is to create the sensation of pain. Insects do not have any nociceptors, so pain is not one of their senses. Things like hunger, thirst, and fatigue are among the sensations they are able to feel. Second view: I don't think… Read More
Motor nerves allow the brain to stimulate muscle contraction. A motor nerve is an efferent nerve that exclusively contains the axons of somatic and branchial motoneurons, which innervate skeletal muscles (that ensure locomotion) and branchial muscles (that motorize the face and neck).
I AM A 66 YRS. LIFETIME HOLISTIC HEALER/CHIROPODIST, DEEP ZONE LYMPHATIC CLEANSING MASSAGIST, AUTHOR, POET, TEACHER,,, FOR THE PAST +23 YEARS I AM BASED IN TIJUANA, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO. I HAVE MASSAGED MANY PEOPLE WHO SUFFER FROM TRIGEMINAL NERVE CONDITIONS. AS A CHIROPODIST I HAVE RESEARCHED THE CONNECTING POINTS ON THE FEET AND THE MOST IMPORTANT CONNECTING POINT IS AT THE INSIDE TIP OF THE BIG TOE, ON BOTH FEET. THIS POINT ALSO CONNECTS TO… Read More
Barbiturates are depressants that act on the CNS. Barbituates and are still widely used as surgical anesthetics. The most common recreational barbituate would have to be doctor-prescribed sleeping pills and sedatives.
It is a bundle of nerve fibers that carry electrical impulses to the brain from the retina.