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I have to be truthful but I'm not all that good w/rashes & skin conditions, much less when they're being described - you know that saying about how much a picture is worth.  The best advice I can offer you is to go see your f
Please consult a dermatologist or other health care practitioner of your choosing. Yoga teachers do not diagnose.
Hair follicles & oil glands can often become clogged & infected, leading to boils & pimples, even abscesses or pus pockets.  Best to have your family physician evaluate your sore and determine the appropriate antibiotic if n
burn or folliculitis.  If on the back of your arm, etc, you might have keratotis pilaris...
The itching sensation can be caused by the alveoli (small air sacs) being collapsed due to the infection. When you breathe, the sacs open and cause the itching feeling. It is good lung hygene to focus...
Typically the lower nerves of the neck control the hands and arms.  C5 is most likely the answer... too. The best bet to relieve neck discomfort or arm pain that stems from the neck is a chiropractor.  Keeping...
Time to go see your family doctor!  Any time you injure yourself and the pain won't go away after a reasonable period of time (you decide how much pain and how long is reasonable), it's time to get evaluated, especially if t
You might want to check your liver function.  If your liver isn't functioning properly, sometimes you'll notice it because of intense itching.  You might be referring to some medications...
I'm not a physician and I'm not sure exactly what your question is - but if it's why do you ache - you should look back at what you have been or are doing, including but not limited to: physical activity, foods eaten, positi
is minimal and mostly due to the tightness of the swelling I think. I have been icing both arms sporadically... in the biceps, triceps, or all over the arm? Did the swelling cause abnormal pain? Most importantly...

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