You have injured your knee It is burning painful and swelling up What should you do?
go to a hospital or a doctor
Should broken finger in patient with Lyme's Disease who already had problems in knee area with swelling be seen by MD?
Yes. i think so. broken things=doctor visits. i have lyme disease, and broke my finger about a year ago. it was extremly painful, what with the additional swelling of the joint. the bone grew back together a little strangely, and still causes problems for me (i broke it at the joint and now it is sort of bulged out and painful).
Inflammation is the body's natural response to injury suffered by body tissue( muscle, tendon or ligament). Swelling is a cardinal sign of inflammation. Swellling is the build up of fluid in the interstitium( space surrounding cells - in this case, injured cells.), which is as a result of an osmotic pressure created by proteins moving into the interstitum (due to vasodilation: a process used by inflammation). Also note that if inflammation is not properly completed…
Yes, Diabetes causes painful pain because the tiny smallest nerves become injured and or malfunction. Usually the pain will start and hit hard in the hands and feet the ends of the peripheral nervous system because the nerves are thin and tiny. Most pain is a burning, stinging feeling. Treatments should be to calm the nerve endings.
Got hurt between my legs pubic area when riding a boys bicycle and i notice a swelling on the left side of the lower pubic area How long does it take to go down?
A fIbroad becomes painful at the time of menstrual periods began. The swelling increases. It calms down after the cycle. If it's unbearable then you you should see your OB/GYNECOLOGIST for an ultrasound on belly and vaginal..vaginal are best dealing with fibrous tumors. The tumors do grow and die by themselves very often.