Can median nerve injury be diagnosed ?
Hi I have a history of Median nerve injury in my right hand and i want to diagnos it and get it fixed.. I got the treatment done at AIIMS around 04 years back.I didnt do any physiotheapy after that however i can do almost everyhting with my right hand. It has a never ending sensation on my hand.I...
Injected heroin. Arm and leg pain. Is this nerve injury?
A week ago I had an IV injection of heroin , ik I shouldnt have done it. There was no pain at the immediate injection site and not much blood . A week later hours after I go to the gym my arm is in pain and so is the leg of the same siDe. Is this a nerve hi? Artery! I would not think artery as it...
Foot injury, bruise, burning sensation on top of foot. Nerve injury?
I remember having something fall on the top of my foot over a month ago and it caused a bruise ...2 weeks ago I stopped wearing flip flops and started wearing my clogs...I have been getting a burning sensation on the top of my foot that comes and goes...as of two days ago I stopped wearing the...
I cut my finger in a hand blender 4 months ago and it is still lumpy and numb on the laceration site. I had 8 stitches. Will I ever get my full sensation back? If so, when? Is there any way to get my finger less lumpy from all the scar tissue?
3-6 months is the average time for a nerve injury to recover. There is a slim chance of you getting back full sensation now.
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I got accident 7 month ago
A blood clot obtain at left side after which my right leg and head weak. After phisotherapy my leg have foot drop problem and fingur
Welcome to Healthcaremagic.
From your query, I suspect you may have nerve injury in right leg. Thus you have foot drop after injury.
Please do following investigation and consult an neurologist and physiotherapist.
Electrodiagnostic studies: like Electromyography and other nerve conduction studies.
Hope this helps,
Please reply for further queries.
Wishing you good health.
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