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Plantar fasciitis (painful inflammatory process of the plantar fascia) can be treated by Mobic, Meloxicam, Relafen, Celebrex, Ibuprofen (latest reports from 1,789 Plantar fasciitis patients)
Granuloma (a small area of inflammation due to tissue injury) has been reported by people with influenza like illness, viral infection, complex partial seizures, granuloma annulare, back pain - low (latest reports from 1,795 Granuloma patients).
On Jul, 30, 2016
No report is found.
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Six weeks after Botox injections on both sides of my mouth small lumps developed. No pain at all. These were there right after the injections but were very tiny and I thought they would go away. they remained the same until suddenly two days ago they grew and are almost visible. Still no pain an no signs of infection. Doctor started me on Bactrim as a preventive measure to infection. I am worried. Will these go away?
Since taking Pravastatin I have had plantars fascitis in my left foot and now it seems to be happening in my right one also. I also have had terrible leg pains and heaviness in my legs. Has anyone else had similar issues?
I was on a cholesterol medicine for 15 years and my doctor changed my medicine and within of 2 weeks I had plantar fasciitis. Has anyone experienced this. I have been getting cortisone shoots in my heels and my feet hurt all the time.
Hello, my name is Angie. I am 56 years old and just recently been diagnosed with osteopenia. Last summer I was also diagnosed with plantar fasciitis in my right foot. This past winter I had to have another shot of cortisone in my right foot and a shot in my left foot. I've worked in a school for ...
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