While I don't have any personal experience with Skelaxin, you may find it helpful to look over this page in the WebMD Drug Reviews Center. It includes information on possible side effects, as well as reviews from other WebMD users who have had personal experience with Skelaxin. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
This article on treating knee pain has some tips that you might find helpful -- protecting your knee with padding is one of the suggestions. You might also want to look through this slideshow on knee exercises that can help build and strengthen the muscles around your knees after injury. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
How are you doing? How is your knee feeling? I think that it is best to see your family doctor so that you can determine what is causing your pain. You might try the exercises listed here that are designed to help alleviate knee pain and stiffness.View Thread
Here are some possible causes and treatments for shoulder pain that you might find helpful to read through. If your pain persists or worsens, it would be a good idea to have your shoulder examined by a medical professional. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
Hi, You may be interested in this article that explains plantar fasciitis home treatments. It says that "the majority of cases of plantar fasciitis go away in time if you regularly stretch, wear good shoes, and rest your feet so they can heal," and that "the healing process takes time—from a few months to a year. But you should begin to have less pain within weeks of starting treatment." Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
I think that it would be a good idea to have your doctor take a look at your ankle when you go in for your knee appointment. and ask him the above questions. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
Are you still experiencing these symptoms? Your doctor would be the best person to speak with about this, as he/she will be best able to diagnose you after an examination. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
This overview on knee pain has some information on possible causes and home treatment options that you may find helpful. It also has a section that outlines when it may be time to see a doctor about your pain. In short, it says that if after a week of PRICE therapy (Protect, Rest, Ice, Compress, Elevate) and OTC pain-relievers you are still feeling pain, you should make an appointment. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
Have you had a doctor check your Achilles tendon for any injury that may need medical attention? If this pain is ongoing or worsens, it may be a good idea to have him/her take a look.
You may find it helpful to take a look at this overview on tendon injuries. It discusses tendinopathy, which "usually causes pain, stiffness, and loss of strength in the affected area." It also says that you may have more pain and stiffness during the night or when you get up in the morning as you describe.
Here is some information on treating tendonopathies that you might want to try, but if the pain worsens or you see no improvement, a trip to the doctor may be best. Please let us know how you are doing!View Thread
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