Review: could Plantar fasciitis cause Granuloma?
We study 300 people who have Plantar fasciitis from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
Plantar fasciitis (latest reports from 14,247 patients) can be treated by Meloxicam.
Granuloma (a small area of inflammation due to tissue injury) (latest reports from 15,837 patients) has been reported by people with osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure, multiple myeloma, osteopenia.
On Aug, 17, 2014: No report is found.
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From this study (2 weeks ago):
35 years old Ethiopian origin Israel marathon runner who ran 2.14.52 h and quolifed for Athena Olympics marathon. In December 2003 due ro Rt. Fascheiitis plantaris, Vioxx 50 mgr 1X1 prescribed pains pains diminished At the beginning of June training progress stopped, On July 10TH 10th 6 hours post marathon training run Surgical abddomen developed. Lab data on admision: Urea 68 mg/dl (high value) RBC 4.100.000 / cc Hgb 12.8 gr/dl , MCV 90.2 fl MCH 31.4 pg Laproscopic abdominal operation performed : the small intestine near the cecum was swollen like baloon black colored . An adhision that encircled the small intestine near the cecum was cut, the intestine returned to normal. No blood was lost during the operation. Three days post op the runner was back in training,felt tired complained of running shortness of breath On 9/8/2004 ( three weeks prior to Athena Olympic marathon) blood test performed: RBC 4020.000 / cc, Hgb 12.5 gr/dl, Hct 37% MCV 92 fl MCH 31.1 pg feritin 90 (In previous routine blood tests Hgb values were 14.5-15.5 gr/dl) Diagnosis : Normocytic normochromic anemia. It was found that day that the runner continued his Vioxx 50 mgr 1X1-2 / day since for 6 months. No treatment was given. On 29.8.2004 he finished Athena Olympic marathon in 2.25.20 h placed 59TH. Blood test 25/10/2004: RBC 4.400.000 / cc, Hgb 13.3 gr/dl , HCT 40.7% MCV 92.6 fl, MCH 32.6 pg, feritin 90.7 Vit B 12 275 . Blood test on 5/12/2004: RBC 4.300.00 / cc Hgb 14.0 gr/dl, HCT 41.1% MCV 94.5 fl MCH 32.2 pg, The anemia disappeared gradually . On 6/1/2005 he won once more Tiberia Israel marathon championship
From this study (3 months ago):
I take two tablets a day for the pain in my heels, there is no effect in the pain but I have noticed sudden weight change in past 15 days
From this study (6 months ago):
I just started the bactrim and ketoprofen and shortness of breath
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