myalgia

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myalgia

[mī′al·jē·ə]
(medicine)
Pain in the muscles.
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In other words, these drugs affect energy in muscles which leads to muscle pain.
Once the skeleton is aligned, compensations stop happening, and muscle pain is drastically reduced or eliminated.
Q10 depletion and ensuing lower energy production in the muscles could be the biological cause of the muscle pain that is a problem for many patients.
5 years and created a test--called the Kraus-Weber test--and an exercise program to go along with the test to deal with what they thought were the types of functional muscle pain that exist.
Caso's team hypothesized that this might underlie the myopathy and muscle pain that have been reported as a side effect of statin therapy.
Results: 30 out of 32 included patients finished the study, but developed only moderate muscle pain, with highest pain scores for extension muscles of the arm.
Always ask patients about muscle pain, and monitor signs and symptoms at every office visit.
CES can effectively treat spinal, head, dental, and muscle pain and control conditions associated with pain (anxiety, depression, insomnia, and stress).
Patients should stop taking Glumetza(TM) and call their doctor right away if they feel very weak or tired, or have unusual muscle pain, trouble breathing, stomach pain with nausea and vomiting, diarrhea or feel cold - especially in their arms and legs - or if they feel dizzy or lightheaded, or have a slow or irregular heartbeat, or a medical condition suddenly changes.
The following diagnostic test may someday help physicians identify patients at high cardiac risk versus those suffering with heartburn, muscle pain, and other types of chest discomfort.
Entering a health effect (for example, muscle pain or nausea) into the search field pulls up a listing of relevant products.
Symptoms can include gradual weakness and the loss of sensation in the arms and legs, muscle pain and the loss of tendon reflexes.