Steroid muscle spasm

Long story..short version. 56yoF in good health. 5’6″ out minimum 5 times a week. Weight lifting for years and usually threadmill (incline) for cardio. No problems with get the spasms on threadmill. I go outside and walk and boom, hips feel very sore and get stabbing spasms mid R is happening almost every time I walk for any length of time outside. PT was thinking it was hip flexor problem. Over the years I have seen so many specialists….regular MDs, Ortho guy, Chriopractors, Osteopathic docs, pain specialist. Nobody can figure out why walking aggravates the back then causes the back no sense that I can do an hour on the threadmill daily without issues. Walk outside for an hour and the spasms are severe. Any ideas?

Neck spasm in itself is not a serious condition, but in some cases it can be a symptom of a serious condition. Seek immediate medical care (call 911) for serious symptoms of nerve compression, such as loss of sensation in the limbs or shoulders, a complete loss of balance, or if you have a stiff neck along with any of the following symptoms: high fever (higher than 101 degrees Fahrenheit), headache, increased sensitivity to light, or nausea with or without vomiting. Also seek immediate careif you experience pronounced weakness in the arms or abnormal sensations in the limbs or shoulders.

A skilled homeopathic practitioner will select an individualized remedy or series of remedies that will lessen back pain's severity and frequency. Some of the most effective homeopathic remedies for persistent back pain include Rhus toxicodendron [], Calcarea fluorica [], Nux vomica [], Oxalic acid [Ox-Ac], Sepia [Sep], and Cimicifuga. For back injury trauma (as opposed to chronic back conditions), Arnica is the first line of homeopathic treatment, followed by a combination of the following remedies: Hypericum (Hyp.), Natrum Sulphuricum (Nat-S.), Magnesia Phosphorica (Mag-P.), Bryonia (Bry.), Bellis Perennis (Bell-P.), Cicuta (Cic.), Aesculus (Aesc.), Lycopodium (Lyc.), Agaricus (Agar.), Tellurium (Tell.), Tarentula Hispanica (Taren.)

Like any other muscles in the body, your abdominal muscles can have spasms that occur as a result of muscle strain during heavy use or overuse, fatigue, dehydration, and alcohol or drug use. Abdominal muscle strain is a common injury among athletes and can cause muscle spasms. However, because the colon and small intestine are the predominant organs in the lower abdomen, most abnormal abdominal spasms are due to acute disorders of the intestines, such as bowel obstruction, perforation, or diverticulitis. Other causes originating in the organs within the abdomen include gallstones, hernia, and ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm.

Steroid muscle spasm

steroid muscle spasm

Like any other muscles in the body, your abdominal muscles can have spasms that occur as a result of muscle strain during heavy use or overuse, fatigue, dehydration, and alcohol or drug use. Abdominal muscle strain is a common injury among athletes and can cause muscle spasms. However, because the colon and small intestine are the predominant organs in the lower abdomen, most abnormal abdominal spasms are due to acute disorders of the intestines, such as bowel obstruction, perforation, or diverticulitis. Other causes originating in the organs within the abdomen include gallstones, hernia, and ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm.

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