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Mri Side Effects Symptoms

I have hand problems, to undersimplify. I have dequervain’s bilateral, dupuytrens on the rh (radiated, no more issues) and cyst on the top of my wrist on lh. My physiatrist told me I have a slight carpal tunnel syndrome (no symptoms) and the beginnings of osteoarthritis bi lateral (not enough to cause symptoms). Apart from dequervains pain, I have pain in my index finger rh especially when I flex it. It feels, I can’t describe it any better, like I have a tight glove on and it is hard to flex (i had to switch the mouse button side). I had an mri more than 5 years ago and it revealed tenosynovitis of the said index finger and some fluid deposited around the tendons of all my fingers. But here is the real puzzling affliction, I seem to have some kind of generalized tendonitis bi lateral and the pain seems to occur for no reason. Also I get injured too easily. For example, today, while I was sweeping the floor the inside of my left thumb and under my index finger down to my palm, started to hurt badly. Every so often when I grab something with force (or just in an awkward way) the knuckles at the base of my fingers in the palm of my hands hurt. I thought it was the osteoarthritis but I finally realized it was actually the tendons being compressed. I’ve looked everywhere for something that could explain this strange “all tendons inflamed” disease to no avail. I had a failed dequervains surgery, physiotherapy and all kinds of nsaid”s and methylprednisolone course twice. They’ve only injected once bilateral for dequervain’s. I’ve been trying to get them to inject me in the other problem areas but they simply ignore me. Any ideas?

Dr. Chirag V. Thakkar 92% (91 ratings)
MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics, F. KUMC, Fellowship in Joint Replacement, Fellowship in Arthroscopy, Cadaveric workshop in Knee and Shoulder Arthroscopy, Cadaveric Workshop in Knee Arthroscopy
Orthopedic Doctor, Vadodara
I have hand problems, to undersimplify. I have dequervain’s bilateral, dupuytrens on the rh (radiated, no more issues...
1. For your dq's, you can get operated and tendons can be released instantly. It's a short procedure, not so costly and very effective. 2. For your forefinger pain, I think carpal tunnel syndrome could be the cause. Get your never conduction velocity and electromyography of that upper limb done. 3. Also get yourself checked for diabetes and thyroid, uric acid, rheumatoid arthritis 4. Osteoarthritis is not common in young individuals except post trauma.
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I am 40 years old male done mri scan of brain 7 months back for severe headache and hand and leg slight sense losing and found ischemic hyper active foci and parietal lobe white matter differentiation. Used medicines for 3 months by neurologist. Please tell me what is the problem after 3 months stopped medicines as advised by neurologist with decrease in symptoms. Please tell will it repeat.

Dr. Rushali Angchekar 95% (71816 ratings)
BHMS
Homeopathy Doctor, Sindhudurg
I am 40 years old male done mri scan of brain 7 months back for severe headache and hand and leg slight sense losing ...
hi you have not mentioned medicines names. Quit smoking / alcholic drinks. Eat a healthy diet. Exercise. ... Maintain a healthy weight. ... Decrease stress you can consult me online for treatment and guidance. no side effects
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Hi. I'm going to format this email in such a way so things could be more clear. Essential information. 1. 23 year old male. 2. 173 cm 66 kg. 3. I do not have diabetes or any other worth mentioning diseases. 4. I do have high blood pressure. 135/88~. 5. Not using any alcohol. 6. Not using any drugs except coffee. 7. Not smoking. 8. I used to workout so i'm in decent body shape. So, i'm going to start with that once per 1 or 2 months (sometimes twice a month) i'm having migraine. Most of the times my migraines start with vision loss in a side of an eye on one eye and sometimes on both eyes and I start to see flickering then after some time the head starts to hurt and I start losing sensitivity in my legs and my limbs. Head hurting from migraine can last up to 1-3 days. For example if I get migraine today my head could still hurt and I still could vomit tomorrow. Now I get also different kind of headaches for example after waking up sometimes I have pressure in the head sometimes it stops during the day and sometimes it stops only the next morning. I also noticed sometimes when I have a headache when I lay down on one side it hurts less than I would lay down on the other side. Now last couple of weeks I started losing hear in a weird way. Sometimes I feel that my ears are plugged like 5% of my total hearing on both ears and sometimes my right ear gets plugged 40-50%. Also it could lose 90% of hearing for 1 or 2 seconds and right after that start ringing. Also I feel that my head movement for example to the sides have effect on my loss of hear in a weird way (for example I think I feel the blood flow to my head and ears and I think when I move it it has the effect on my hearing). Today after sitting down for a couple of minutes and standing up I had loss of consciousness I could of moved one of my eyes eye ball and the other one just stayed there and I feel I didn't had control of it. It lasted for 10-20 seconds and during that time it made me super dizzy and I thought i'm having a stroke. Also later on this day I lost hearing of my right again for 3-4 hours for 30-40% of total hearing of my right ear. I also have lot of muscle twitching in my head region near the ears. When I started losing hear I thought maybe my blood circulation is bad so I started doing some cardio but I noticed strange thing when jumping through the rope I feel like something is moving in my head and I can hear it inside my head i'm not sure what is it but I feel strange sound and I feel movement in my head of something. I'm experience a lot of stress last couple of months and i'm fully aware that my symptoms could be the cause of that. But I also think that it could be a possibility for other disease. When I feel that i'm going through lot of stress sometimes I take 10 mg of medazepam. I think it's worth mentioning that i've been to hospital one year ago because of 3 day lasting migraine and they scanned my head. I forgot how the scan is called but it's not the one where they see image of the brain it's the one where they see information similar to radio waves of your brain and the doctors said that according to that scan everything is okay. So conclusion is. I know that doctors always say you should go see a specialist because you never know so it's better to make tests and stuff like that. But the thing is in my country you need to wait in line for 1-2 months to have appointment with neurologist and I should but I do not have conditions to see the doctor. So my question is - according to my symptoms should I go out of my head sacrifice lots of money and time to see the doctor or everything could be cause of stress and anxiety. I'm sorry for that much information I just did not knew how to put it in other way what I am experiencing. Thank you. And i'll wait your answer.

Dr. Sanjay Kumar Pandey 87% (93 ratings)
M. B. B. S. , M. D. (Medicine)
Internal Medicine Specialist, Jamshedpur
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Change in pattern of headache need reinvestigation mri eeg hearing test through cl exam. You may need csf exam.
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I am suffering from tinnitus from last 3 years, consulted ent specialists, all the tests carried out viz pta tdt sisi hfa bera vft vng ccg vemp vhit etc, nothing abnormal found, medication didn't work. Started homeopathy but in vein. From last month ringing only in left ear, left chin numbness & positional vertigo started. Went fir brain & ear mri, no abnormality found. Consulted ent doctor in rajasthan, advised to take 2 cap in morning & 2 cap in evening of tinnex 20 mg with sturen plus. After 20 days feel some relief. For how many days I should continue tinnex 20 mg, is there any side effect of this medicine? Any other advise? Virendra kumar age 66 kolkata.

Dr. Vilas Mishra 90% (64 ratings)
MBBS, MS - ENT
ENT Specialist, Lucknow
I am suffering from tinnitus from last 3 years, consulted ent specialists, all the tests carried out viz pta tdt sisi...
If you feel releif from your symptoms by taking tinnex this is a positive sign. Oral tinnex generaly does not have side affects that you should be bothered about. It is when tinnex is given intravenously then side effects occur. As far as the duration of treatment is concerned do not let it bother you. Do not let it play on your mind.
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I am m 64 having headache frequently since last ten years ,sometime center of head and or whole head it last for 30 minutes and more some time I have positive attitude and faith in god so nothing seems to depression symptoms but doctors say you have serotonin deficiency and prescribed me zupon sr and daxid 100 mg twice a day and zolfresh 10 mg one time at night, I wonder what disease I have? And from these medicine also no 100% relief from headache but some relief is there, if do not take then it is unbearable headache please help and let me know the reality I had tested mri and full body profile 0f 88 blood test nothing is diagnosed ,i have bp and prostate and take losetan 50 mg twice and urimax0. 4 daily thanks mohan.

Dr. Karuna Chawla 97% (72882 ratings)
BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I am m 64 having headache frequently since last ten years ,sometime center of head and or whole head it last for 30 m...
Do this 1. Take adequate night sleep 2. Eat at regular intervals. As starvation/gas can trigger headache 3. Avoid things that can trigger headache. Common triggers include alcohol, caffeine or poor sleep. Inculcate good sleep practices like having a regular bedtime schedule and avoiding naps, caffeine and tv before bedtime. 4. Don't take stress- pursue an enjoyable activity or verbalising frustration to reduce stress and improve mental health. 5. Avoid foods that you know triggers your headache. 6. Hot packs and heating pads can relax tense muscles. Warm showers or baths may have a similar effect 7. Drink water. “dehydration can be a big cause of headaches,” for this homeopathic treatment is very effectivefor more details you can consult me.
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My legs and feet have no feeling but the pain is continuous. Over the last 10 years it slowly progressed to both legs and feet. For the 1st 5 years it was like the shooting pain but it has settled down to just constant severe ache like pain in ankles and feet. Blood circulation is fine and wounds heal fast. Although I fall often, I have learned to walk like I am on stilts so I can not use a walker or crutches. I do use a cane and a wheel chair. I often stub my feet and lose nails or break toes without any pain. I fell last fall and broke my fibula. They put in two tightropes in my ankle. As my leg is numb I had very little pain except some in my knee. As I had no pain I could walk the next after surgery as normal with my cane. (upset the hospital staff so they put a million motion buttons so every time I moved a bell would go off) after 2 days they put me in an ambulance to a rehab center but I called my daughter to pick me up the next morning and went home. I pretty much used a wheel chair for three weeks and then went to my podiatrist who took x rays and said it was healed up nicely. I am 90% disabled from vietnam, have type 2 peripheral neuropathy diabetes melitus and have a host of other health problems including acute pancreatic bouts and kidney and bladder problems (which they say I have but I disagree) I do not trust the va for a host of reasons. My questions - could the paralyzed legs come from some other condition that the diabetes or neuropathy? I am grossly over weight usually around 350# but have been big all my life. I am 6'4" but have fairly short legs - inseam 32" and 4x shirts. My cholesterol runs around 150 and the triglycerides about the same. My a1c goes up and down usually between 6.4 and 7 for the last 6 years. For the last 5 years I have used distraction for the pain as most pain killers have very little effect on me.

MBBS, MS - Orthopaedics
Orthopedist, Nagpur
My legs and feet have no feeling but the pain is continuous. Over the last 10 years it slowly progressed to both legs...
Hi Lybrate-User, although diabetic neuropathy is a common cause of numbness in both hands/feet, I feel that there's something else that is going on in your case. Your symptoms are typical of bilateral foot weakness with charcot's with repeated falls. Have you been investigated with regards to nerve compression in the lumbar spine- any mri or x rays done? If not, I would highly recommend doing that to rule out canal stenosis. Do feel free to msg me if you feel the need to discuss further.
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Hi sir, I am suffering from vestibular migraine and my symptoms are feeling dizziness, rocking on the boat, eye pain, imbalance and difficulties in walking, I have gone through ct scan, mri head and inner ear, and every thing was fine. I did vrt exercises too. Can someone suggest me any doctor in delhi for vestibular migraine please. Or any suggestions please. My life is like hell.

Dr. Karuna Chawla 97% (72882 ratings)
BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
Hi sir,
I am suffering from vestibular migraine and my symptoms are feeling dizziness, rocking on the boat, eye pain,...
1. Take adequate night sleep 2. Eat at regular intervals. As starvation/gas can trigger migraine 3. Avoid things that can trigger migraine. Common triggers include alcohol, caffeine or poor sleep. Inculcate good sleep practices like having a regular bedtime schedule and avoiding naps, caffeine and tv before bedtime. 4. Don't take stress- pursue an enjoyable activity or verbalising frustration to reduce stress and improve mental health. 5. Avoid foods that you know triggers your migraine. 6. Hot packs and heating pads can relax tense muscles. Warm showers or baths may have a similar effect 7. Drink water. “dehydration can be a big cause of headaches,” for this homeopathic treatment is very effective for more details you can consult me.
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I am suffering from severe backache in my dorsal area. The area just behind my chest. I had a mri screening done which according to the ortho was normal. Since the pain did not subside, I approached a physio and took a months therapy but no improvement. My pain used to subside for a day and then again increase. They did ift, cupping and also needling for 3 times. Since I saw no improvement and the physio was unable to understand why the pain isn't subsiding, I again approached another ortho. He changed the medicines twice. The 2nd times medicines worked on me and I was feeling better but it was only till the time I was on medication. The medication stopped in a week's time and the pain was again just like before. I am now been asked to do a mri. But I am really worried as to what could have happened to me. Also, just to let you know. I was working for someone who did not have proper chairs and I suffered severe pain for a month since, I did not get back support. This was a year ago and I was bed ridden for few days coz I couldn't move. This pain occurred that time. Since then this pain has been on and off but now, unbearably weird. I feel a pull in my veins since the time the physio did cupping on me. I sometimes feel burning sensation too. This started after the cupping therapy. Even if I touch the area, I feel the pain. Physio stated that my muscles are too tight nit sure if that causes such pain. I am not sure of what's wrong with my back since the doctors, I mean the ortho are blank too. Please help me in understanding this. I just did my cervical and dorsal spine mri today but they have again called me for an mri of my brain and my dorsal too. They saud they see something which they want to recheck. What could it be? Why is a brain mri needed? I am just 30 years female, unmarried and a virgin. I am suffering from pcos which I got to know just recently. I weigh approx. 44 kgs and acc to doctors I am stressed too. Please advise.

Dr. S. Gomathi 92% (2233 ratings)
BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Bangalore
I am suffering from severe backache in my dorsal area. The area just behind my chest. I had a mri screening done whic...
it's due to wrong method of physiotherapy, u got into all these scenarios, because of dry needling it has caused unnecessary stimulation of sensory nerve endings, don't do any further experiments, and too much of painkillers have lots of adverse effects, CT won't be a problem, and it's not necessary .now you can start with Tab . neurobion forte once daily after breakfast and maintain proper posture along with it ultrasound therapy, along with swd for a week time will help and all the symptoms related to cupping and dry needling it will take months together to resolve and sometimes it won't, get back to me once you get your physiotherapy sessions done for a week time
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I am a 40 year old female with symptoms of jaw and ear pain on left side rib pain and tightness especially in the morning back and neck pain pain and pressure at the base of skull dizziness and vertigo migraines itchiness high blood pressure muscle spasms that cause bruising in arms and legs joint pain parathyroid swelling fatigue bowel issues frequent urination night sweats neck/throat swelling/pressure vision problems/ off and on blurry vision and conjunctive cysts insomnia and sleep paralysis depression 2 spinal fusions si, l5, l4 in 2010 l3 in 2015 mri in 2013 that shows a benign tumor at the base of skull with bone spurs at or around t1 and throughout cervical spine. Disc degeneration of c6, and c7. Had a thyroid storm back in 2009 due to having too much prednisone. Endocrinologist said I had hashimoto, but later thyroid was ok. Just wondering what could possibly be causing all of this. Thank you.

Dr. Sunil Kumar Sharma 88% (364 ratings)
M.F.Hom., MBBS, MS - Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Delhi
I am a 40 year old female with symptoms of jaw and ear pain on left side
rib pain and tightness especially in the mor...
You have clearly mentioned some of the reasons thyroiditis high bp tumor spine fusion. So many things you are undergoing. But if managed carefully you will be able to control and live in good health. What are the pressure effects of tumor. Are surgeons asking for removal. Is thyroid and bp continuously normal. I suggest that in addition to allopathic management of bp and thyroid take holistic treatment of acupuncture and homeopathy. This will improve your overall health. Also get whole body blood test panel once in 6 months to monitor progress.
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