Muscle injury can occur when the muscle is injured or stretched or torn. It often occurs due to fatigue, overuse, or improper use of muscles. It can occur in any muscle, but it often occurs in the muscles of the lower back, neck, shoulder, and muscles on the thigh. The symptoms are pain, swelling, muscle spasm, and restricted movement of muscles. It is treated by taking pain-relieving medications, and icing the area helps to provide relief.
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Query: Hi doctor, I fell on a wooden set of stairs last night and landed mostly on my right lower back. From the morning, I feel like someone is squeezing my kidney every time I move. The pain is even more severe when I move my right leg. I do not see any blood in my urine and I do not want to go all the w... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I feel sorry to hear this. As you are telling the pain only when you are moving, it is most likely to be due to some local injury and muscle spasm. If you are getting pain while walking or while sitting on the floor or hard surface then there is a chance of bone injury ei... Read Full »
Query: Hi doctor, I am a 15 year old female and have been having RLQ pain for nearly five months. I am physically fit. I do exercise at least six days a week and eat quite healthy. I have a sharp stabbing pain at McBurney's point. I also feel immense pressure at my RLQ like someone is sitting on my stomach... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. After reading your well presented history, I think the following are the possibilities. Chronic appendicitis. There may be high possibility of RLQ muscular pain (right lower quadrant) - as you do regular workouts. Acid peptic disease. Read Full »