Bladder pain can result from inflammation, infection, damage or injury to the bladder. The symptoms may be constant or variable and may improve or worsen with movement. The pain may be described as sharp, dull, stabbing, burning or throbbing and can range in intensity from mild to severe. Continue reading
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Water therapy exercise programs consist of a variety of treatments and exercises that are done in a pool and may be specifically designed to provide relief of low back pain or neck pain. These exercises also serve to condition and strengthen muscles to help avoid future recurrences of back pain. Continue reading
Are breast fibroids painful
Breast fibroids are also known as mammary dysplasia, fibroid breasts or fibrocystic breast disease. The fibroids are non-cancerous rubbery nodules that cause occasional pain and swelling near the surface of the breasts. They are usually caused due to the changes in the hormones during the menstruation cycles. Accumulation of fluid in the cells also causes this condition. Though not a very dangerous situation, in some women breast fibroids can develop into breast cancer. So they have to be evaluated frequently by using mammograms. Continue reading
Alternative pain relief Part 2
Pain Relief With Stress Management
“The reign of pain falls mainly in the brain,” jokes Dennis Turk, professor of anesthesiology and pain research at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Continue reading
Alternative pain relief Part 1
Merck & Co.’s decision to discontinue the pain relief drug Vioxx has left millions of people scrambling for an alternative for pain management. According to the American Pain Foundation, there are more than 50 million Americans suffering from chronic pain, or 25 million experiencing acute pain as a result of injury or surgery. Worldwide, 2 million people were taking Vioxx at the time of the recall. Continue reading
What To Expect After A Hysterectomy
Hysterectomy comes from the word â€œhysteraâ€ which means â€œuterusâ€â€”the body part that symbolizes womanhood. We often see the word, hystera combined with other suffixes indicating to words related to the uterus. The main function of the uterus is to accept the fertilized ovum to be implanted on its walls to be nurtured. The uterus becomes the home of the fetus, nourishing and protecting the baby all throughout pregnancy. This function makes the uterus a very important body part to women. We all know that men are women are alike except on the physical attributes. Only women have uterus and only women can bear a child. Continue reading
Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment: Things You Should Know
Statistics say that there are more than twenty million people who suffer from peripheral neuropathy. Most doctors claim that this condition doesnâ€™t have any cure so they just prescribe pain medications and anti-depressants to relieve the symptoms.
All About Neuromuscular Massage Therapy
Pain is a holistic condition. When a part of your body experiences pain, your entire body is affected. Even a slight headache or toothache debilitates you and prevents you from performing your daily activities normally. If you are the type of person who doesnâ€™t want to take oral medication immediately, the best option is to undergo a neuromuscular massage therapy.
Urinary Tract Infections in Children
The urinary system is also known as the excretory system. The urinary system is consisted of two kidneys, two ureters, the urinary bladder and the urethra. The function of the urinary system is to produce, store and excrete urine and waste products from the body Continue reading
Vital Facts About Nerve Pain in Hip
Mobility is very important. If you can move with ease, you could accomplish so many tasks everyday. Your hips play a vital part in your overall movement. The joint of your hips is the one that attached your legs to your torso. Pain in that part of the body often comes from the hip joint but it could also arise from the parts that surround it.