• Will i be able to play guitar again after a broken wrist?

    So I Wrecked my car causing me to fracture my radius bone, its not displaced, but will i be able to play guitar when it heals? i got a velcro cast from doctors 26th of january. I try to play it now and make due by having it sit on my lap ad using it that way, once it heals will i be able to turn it around and bc rn... show more
    So I Wrecked my car causing me to fracture my radius bone, its not displaced, but will i be able to play guitar when it heals? i got a velcro cast from doctors 26th of january. I try to play it now and make due by having it sit on my lap ad using it that way, once it heals will i be able to turn it around and bc rn when i try it hurts to much to do so and im afraid i will never be able to again!
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can sex kill a recently impregnated baby?

    Best answer: baby cant get pregnate
    Best answer: baby cant get pregnate
    26 answers · 1 week ago
  • Im about to kill myself..i have no other options?

    Best answer: You have accomplished, a lot: learning a to play an instrument, building a gym routine, running a marathon. You have more bragging rights than the average American. That is a reason to feel good about yourself. As for bullies, screw 'em, ignore them, bullies are usually bullies because they are insecure... show more
    Best answer: You have accomplished, a lot: learning a to play an instrument, building a gym routine, running a marathon. You have more bragging rights than the average American. That is a reason to feel good about yourself. As for bullies, screw 'em, ignore them, bullies are usually bullies because they are insecure (feel like you are secretly better than them) or they are just too stupid to figure anything else to do. Since your pain started after seeing sports doctors, I wonder about what kind of advice they are giving you. Try to find a better doctor, and do not give up. DO NOT EXECUTE A PERMANENT SOLUTION TO A TEMPORARY PROBLEM.
    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • I broke my finger in my sleep, how did this happen? Should I be worried?

    last night I woke up with an unbearable pain in my middle finger. It was very swollen at the middle section and I was scared, I went to the urgent care and I was told I had a "hairline middle phalanx fracture". I was sleeping on my hand in an odd position but a broken finger??? I don t understand how this... show more
    last night I woke up with an unbearable pain in my middle finger. It was very swollen at the middle section and I was scared, I went to the urgent care and I was told I had a "hairline middle phalanx fracture". I was sleeping on my hand in an odd position but a broken finger??? I don t understand how this happened, are my bones weak? Does this happen normally? what????
    8 answers · 6 days ago
  • I need medical advice regarding my uninsured injured boyfriend?

    So my boyfriend doesn't have a lot of money and was traveling by illegally jumping trains. He was coming to see me from Montana, I live in Utah. He was jumping off the train before it reached the train yard and he broke his ankle and leg as well as I think a broken collarbone. He didn't want to stick around... show more
    So my boyfriend doesn't have a lot of money and was traveling by illegally jumping trains. He was coming to see me from Montana, I live in Utah. He was jumping off the train before it reached the train yard and he broke his ankle and leg as well as I think a broken collarbone. He didn't want to stick around so he quickly limped off. He called me on his phone and asked me if I'd pick him up. I picked him up and he was crying in pain. He hardly has any money and no insurance. He works as a farm hand and puts up fences as well as some farm vehicle maintenance but he can't spend 200 just to get a cast. What can he do medicine wise besides going to the ER?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can sneezing cause permanent hearing loss?

    Best answer: No. What's happening is a sneeze forces the mucus in your sinus cavities into your eustachian tubes & middle ear. Usually that's not an issue, but if you're very congested or try to suppress a sneeze, the pressure doesn't have anywhere else to go but your ears. It's only temporary; affecting... show more
    Best answer: No. What's happening is a sneeze forces the mucus in your sinus cavities into your eustachian tubes & middle ear. Usually that's not an issue, but if you're very congested or try to suppress a sneeze, the pressure doesn't have anywhere else to go but your ears. It's only temporary; affecting your hearing until the sinus fluid drains back out of your eustachian tubes again.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Do you got to go to the emergency, if you have a knife in your leg?

    Best answer: If you take out the knife from any part of your body, then you could bleed to death.

    Leave it in, go to emergency and let the skilled surgeons take it out.
    Best answer: If you take out the knife from any part of your body, then you could bleed to death.

    Leave it in, go to emergency and let the skilled surgeons take it out.
    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • What have I done to my brain? Please could this be a brain hemorrhage or very unlikely?

    A few weeks back or so I was messing about and I sat down on the sofa and when I did I incredibly hardly bashed my skull against the wall. Straight after that happened for a few seconds I collapsed on the floor..? Only to be perfectly okay a few seconds afterwards. A few days later I threw up which I read was a... show more
    A few weeks back or so I was messing about and I sat down on the sofa and when I did I incredibly hardly bashed my skull against the wall. Straight after that happened for a few seconds I collapsed on the floor..? Only to be perfectly okay a few seconds afterwards. A few days later I threw up which I read was a possible sign of a hemorrhage? My neck became very achy and stiff to move and I started developing these severe headaches. Like cluster headaches, pain around the back of the eye. Now two weeks later my only problem is the severe headache. I get it daily, a couple of times daily for a few minutes. This has only happened since the incident. The stabbing pain has also travelled to virtually all over on the left and slightly on the right? I am very nervous. I know this is probably very unlikely, but what chance does one have of surviving a brain hemorrhage? And should I seriously seek medical help?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • How do i self harm safely?

    self harm has always been a coping mechanism for me, I have tried many things but nothing works so basically it is something that helps me. How do I do it safely? Like so that I can cope but without ending up in the hospital. any tips?
    self harm has always been a coping mechanism for me, I have tried many things but nothing works so basically it is something that helps me. How do I do it safely? Like so that I can cope but without ending up in the hospital. any tips?
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • If a kid falls from a shopping cart, will that kid have an intellectual disability in the future?

    The little girl fell from the shopping cart and she hit her head on the floor. She immediately started crying and they took her to the emergency room so they can check her head. She didn't vomit or fainted. The doctor said her head was fine. I'm glad she's okay, but I'm worried that she'll get... show more
    The little girl fell from the shopping cart and she hit her head on the floor. She immediately started crying and they took her to the emergency room so they can check her head. She didn't vomit or fainted. The doctor said her head was fine. I'm glad she's okay, but I'm worried that she'll get an intellectual disability because of the the head injury. Should I be worried about her? Will she be fine in the future?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I need medical advice regarding my uninsured injured boyfriend?

    So my boyfriend doesn't have a lot of money and was traveling by illegally jumping trains. He was coming to see me from Montana, I live in Utah. He was jumping off the train before it reached the train yard and he broke his ankle and leg as well as I think a broken collarbone. He didn't want to stick around... show more
    So my boyfriend doesn't have a lot of money and was traveling by illegally jumping trains. He was coming to see me from Montana, I live in Utah. He was jumping off the train before it reached the train yard and he broke his ankle and leg as well as I think a broken collarbone. He didn't want to stick around so he quickly limped off. He called me on his phone and asked me if I'd pick him up. I picked him up and he was crying in pain. He hardly has any money and no insurance. He works as a farm hand and puts up fences as well as some farm vehicle maintenance but he can't spend 200 just to get a cast. What can he do medicine wise besides going to the ER?
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • I've sprained my ankle and my father won't take me to the hospital?

    Best answer: Unless it is broken you don't need to go to the hospital Put some ice in a plastic bag. take a towel and wrap the ice around your ankle. The rule of thumb for a sprain is ice first to reduce the swelling (for a couple days if necessarily Then heat either by soaking it in hot water as hot you can stand to... show more
    Best answer: Unless it is broken you don't need to go to the hospital Put some ice in a plastic bag. take a towel and wrap the ice around your ankle. The rule of thumb for a sprain is ice first to reduce the swelling (for a couple days if necessarily Then heat either by soaking it in hot water as hot you can stand to increase blood flow and healing. A heating pad can work as well.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • If I dislocated my shoulder when I was five, is there even the slightest possibility it will stop me from joining the service?

    Best answer: Ask your parents what happened as they’re likely to remember. It shouldn’t stop you from joining since it was so long ago. They’ll do a physical no matter what to determine if you’re in good enough shape and if you don’t have any lingering problems with your arm, you should be good to go. I wouldn’t worry too much... show more
    Best answer: Ask your parents what happened as they’re likely to remember. It shouldn’t stop you from joining since it was so long ago. They’ll do a physical no matter what to determine if you’re in good enough shape and if you don’t have any lingering problems with your arm, you should be good to go. I wouldn’t worry too much about it. You could even leave it off since it was so long. If they somehow surface that up (unlikely) you were so young that it would be understandable that you’d have no memory of it. Good Luck!
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I was diagnosed with tendonitis and they said take Motrin,ice & heat and do some stretches which I do but it just hurts worse what do I do?

    Best answer: It takes time, go through the motions and follow up with the doc. Next step will be X rays, Then PT, then Mri's, then possible a specialist. Whole bunch of hoops one needs to jump through and tendonitis can be chronic, even if it isn't it can take a year or more to finally feel right again.
    Best answer: It takes time, go through the motions and follow up with the doc. Next step will be X rays, Then PT, then Mri's, then possible a specialist. Whole bunch of hoops one needs to jump through and tendonitis can be chronic, even if it isn't it can take a year or more to finally feel right again.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does ankle tendonitis ever go away?

    Best answer: There are two things you may want to try.
    1) Physical therapy using a professional physical therapist
    2) Acupuncture. Several years ago, I injured my ankle playing racquetball. The pain always seemed to return. So I gave acupuncture a try, and now I'm pain free.
    Good luck.
    Best answer: There are two things you may want to try.
    1) Physical therapy using a professional physical therapist
    2) Acupuncture. Several years ago, I injured my ankle playing racquetball. The pain always seemed to return. So I gave acupuncture a try, and now I'm pain free.
    Good luck.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can I still cheerlead with a huge leg cast on?

    Best answer: I doubt they will let you do anything other than be on the side lines in uniform cheering/doing hand things if you can with crutches. You can not nor should you do any student including simple ones. Its a liability as well as a health risk.
    Best answer: I doubt they will let you do anything other than be on the side lines in uniform cheering/doing hand things if you can with crutches. You can not nor should you do any student including simple ones. Its a liability as well as a health risk.
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do knee/ankle injuries from overuse ever heal ?

    Short story, I am 28 years old, love to exercise(weight lifting and cardio).I went through a bad break up and ran for hours a day to deal with it, about 6 months back, over did it. I got hurt in the gym( non-related injury) and then my ankles and knee started to hurt when I toke a break. They have not been the same... show more
    Short story, I am 28 years old, love to exercise(weight lifting and cardio).I went through a bad break up and ran for hours a day to deal with it, about 6 months back, over did it. I got hurt in the gym( non-related injury) and then my ankles and knee started to hurt when I toke a break. They have not been the same since. Ankles( not swelling) 1. grinding in the joint 2.pain in front , back , and side of joint 3.hurts to stand for long 4.hurts to run 5.hurt bearing weight on them 6.hurts the worst in the mornings( stiffness as well) 7.Popping in the front of ankle joint when walking 8.icthy feeling in both ankles 9. Some what better with rest and ice 10.Tinder to the touch 10. top of foot hurts when bearing down or walking( not always) Knees( no swelling) 1.Pain in front( on sides of Patella) and side of knee joint 2.Grinding sound/feeling when squatting down 3.Patella popping when bending the joint 4.Overall weak feeling in joint 5.Hurts to run 6.Hurts to stand or sit for long 7. Walking for long hurts 8. Feels like the joint is going to give out 9. Stiff and burning feeling when squatting or exercising the joint. 10. Feels somewhat better with rest. I have toke off of working out, ice them, and toke ibuprofen for the last 3 months. Do not help I work a job where I stand and walk a lot. Its been almost 4 months, with not much improvement.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago