Thigh Pain

Thigh pain is a very difficult condition because it significantly affects the movements of people. Sharp pain, dull feeling and tingling sensation are some of the common signs of this painful medical condition, which affect the right, left, lower and upper parts of the thigh. Some of the usual causes of this problem include inflammation of the adductor muscles, rectus femoris rupture and hamstring strain. Find out more about this condition by taking a closer look at its symptoms, causes and treatments. Thigh...

Heartburn Symptoms Vs Indigestion Symptoms

The basic difference between the two is that indigestion usually affects the stomach and heartburn the chest area. But there are other early symptoms that one should be aware of. Indigestion and Heartburn Signs Indigestion is marked by pain in the abdomen. The pain can be intermittent or last for a few minutes. The stomach may feel hard. Most patients will feel nauseous and belch frequently. Some experience vomiting. Usually fullness or bloating is felt. Some minor headaches may accompany the discomfort. Heartburn...

Hemangioma Pain

About a third of these cases appear at birth and the rest among young children. While its cause is still unclear, significant information about the symptoms have been discovered. Causes of Hemangioma Pain Its cause is still unknown. Several studies indicate that estrogen signaling may have something to do with it. The research seems to show soft tissue hypoxia and estrogen may be causing it. Meanwhile, researchers at Harvard University show that maternal placenta undergoes embolizing to the fetal...

Interstitial Lung Disease

The Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) also known as the Diffuse Parenchymal Lung Disease (DPLD) refers to a group of lung diseases affecting the interstitium (the tissue and space around the air sac of the lungs) . The term ILD is used to differentiate these diseases from the obstructive airways diseases. Most types of ILD involve fibrosis which now carries the new term know as Idiopathic Pulmonary fibrosis. Read more

Degenerative Disc Disease

Degeneration of the intervertebral disc, often called “degenerative disc disease” (DDD) of the spine, is a condition that can be painful and can greatly affect the quality of one’s life. While disc degeneration is a normal part of aging and for most people is not a problem, for certain individuals a degenerated disc can cause severe constant chronic pain. As discs lose their water content because of disease or age, they lose their height, bringing the vertebrae closer together....

Treatment for Bacterial Vaginosis

Treatments for bacterial vaginosis or BV usually consist of antibiotics. Keep in mind this is not a sexually transmitted disease. What happens is that bacteria overgrow because the vaginal pH becomes more alkaline. Antibiotic Medications There are several antibiotics that may be used such as clindamycin and Metronidazole (vaginally or orally). For Metronidazole, the dosage is twice a day, 500 mg. This is to be taken for a week. Alternatively one can take a single 2 g dosage. Probiotics are not effective...

Rotator Cuff Pain

A group of tendons that is highly important in stabilizing the shoulder joint, the rotator cuff allows the shoulder to move in different directions especially when healthy. However, just like all the other parts of the human body, it is subject to injuries and diseases. These factors can contribute a lot in producing sharp pain and dull sensation, which greatly affect the lower, upper, left and right parts of the rotator cuff. It is easy to be in control over this type of severe pain by learning...

What Causes Hives?

Hives are also known as urticaria, welts, wheals, or nettle rash. It is a red, raised, itchy skin rash that is sometimes triggered by something that produces an allergic reaction – an allergen. When there is an allergic reaction the body releases a protein called histamine. When histamine is released our capillaries (tiny blood vessels) leak fluid. The fluid accumulates in the skin and causes a rash. The wheals usually occur in batches, and frequently appear on the face or the extremities (arms,...

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