Conditions with symptom: 'spasms'
I also get lower back pain usually at night that sometimes spasms quickly since my balls swelled up
Like some of the people above my ankles keep on clicking and getting spasms. it feels as if someones trying to bend my feet in half but it only lasts a few minutes. Someitmes its too painful to walk and i have to sit down. I do a lot of skiing and ice skating and i was wondering ifthis was the cause or does everyone get this and im just overreacting?
Im 17 and used to be really big I have lost alot of weight and now I have excess skin and its horrible what can I do ? I also get stomach pain and my stomach swells and the muscle bulges and the muscle sticks out when I have spasms what is this im fed up of putting up with it i have no apetite and everytime i eat im either sick or my stomach bloats with terrible pains?
Since the birth of my son 31 years ago I have had proctalgia fugax spasms every two or three months especially when walking more than twenty minutes and at night when I am losing weight. I had a sphincterotomy two three years after my son was born for an analysis fissure. The pain of p f episodes is severe and does not subside for ten minutes or so though is helped by vent link inhaler. Is there any other treatment or advice to help with this problem please
I have this ive been refered for anal stretching. Also botox is a new treatment on the nhs but may cause incontinence.its spasms so bad i feel like hot knives in my anus. Its horrific! I cant wait for my op! Ask your doctor now its becoming more common. They still dont know what causes the anus to shrink and spasm :(
i am 28 and for the last 9 months ive been havin sharp pain in my left breast and my armpit sometimes hurts.i dont have as much energy as i use 2...i would love to be able to run about playing football with my son but i cant i get so out of breath... ive lost over a stone and im now suffering from panic attacks ive had a 24 heart monitor on cos i am convinced that its my heart....doc has done loads of tests and put it down to muscel spasms but im not convinced.. o and i have Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease... and Acid erosion in my stomach can any1 help i feel as if im going mad x
I have been dealing with ibs for about a year. I usually get flare ups every few weeks or so, or as soon as I have spicy or greasy food especially Chinese! However for the past month I have been dealing with constant pain, not one that comes and goes on different days. It is either very crampy on the mornings and nights where I have to rush to the toilet and during the day there is a constant dull ache that never goes??? Is this normal! Also, Usually my bloating comes and goes but the past month it has never seem to gone down!!!! It looks like I'm pregnant or something it's so worrying, does anyone else deal with bloating that just won't go? I have been getting major back spasms that are quite worrying and chest pains? Any one else?
I have experienced exactly what you have put on here has occurred to you, please get in contact with me would love to hear what you have/haven't done. Am really worried and could do with some advice or at least someone to talk to about this
I am 35 years old and had both children by c section, 1st by emergency and 2nd by elected. I have lost 4 stone in total since having the boys. My overhang is painful over my scar. I have been told i have split muscles and to stop doing pilates as it makes it worse. I lost nearly 2 stone last year but since Jan 2014 my overhang has been painful, with spasms all round the base of my stomach and back. My GP had put a request in for abdominalplasty and have been refused. It has now left me low in mood, i have started wearing baggy clothes, i dont like to go out and i am embarrased for my children to be seen with me. I really need help as i have no help or support at home. I am getting to a point where i just want to cut it all off myself as I cant afford to have it done privately, we cant even afford a holiday
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