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annoying itching and muscle spasms by Donna Peach Patient Expert ribs. I get a very annoying and strong muscle spasm just under the bra line. It’s enough to debilitate... but muscle spasms. Maybe it is also effects from the radiation. That would have been one of the areas...
Q&A Session at Wellsphere.com by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Does this sound like an IBS attack: itching palms, itching feet, skin turning red, stomach cramps, diarhea, all at once.
Sorry, I haven't learned to post URL links properly yet.  Try  http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/irritable-bowel-syndrome/DS00106 Check out  for the Mayo Clinic's input on irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).  IBS typically consist
of muscle spasms in the neck and upper back: 1. see a chiropractor- they can help to make sure you have good neck alignment. They can take x-rays if needed and see exactly why you are having muscle spasms...
testing to confirm these findings. Spasms are a sign of those muscles being over-worked or over-stressed. This happens when your bones and joints are out of alignment and those spasming muscles are being asked...
Back spasms and back pain reveals nerve pressure.  Could be a misalignment, could be a disc issue, could be sciatica.  I would see a chiropractor.  Your primary doc may be able to give you muscle relaxers...
If your dog is doing this when he's sleeping, it may be the normal normal twitching that some dogs experience, presumably when they dream. If he's doing it when he's awake, he may be experiencing some rear end discomfort, su
Sugar has been know to help to heal bedsores by acting as a cavenger, picking up dead bacteria and white blood cells. Sugar also absorbs moisture from the wounds and creates an environment that hinders the growth of bacteria
Interesting question.  According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, this is considered to be an imbalance in the "kidney" meridian.  Acupuncture can help this.
on the muscle spasm. Kirk, you mentioned numb fingers and limited range of motion. I would reccomend...

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