The following Conditions are related to Tightness
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- Compartment syndrome
The signs and symptoms associated with chronic exertional compartment syndrome might include: Aching, burning or cramping pain in the affected limb — usually the lower leg Tightness in the affected limb Numbness or tingling in the affected limb Weakness of the affected limb Foot drop, in severe cases, if legs are affected Often occurs in the same compartment of both legs Read More
- Epilepsy, myoclonic progressive familial
More than 10 uncommon "progressive" epilepsies are grouped together as epilepsy, myoclonic progressive familial. The motor abilities, balance, and cognitive function of people with myoclonic progressive families deteriorate over time.Myoclonic and tonic-clonic seizures coexist in myoclonic progressive familial (rapid muscle jerks of multiple body parts). Unsteadiness, muscle rigidity (tightness of the muscles), bal Read More
- Lymphedema hereditary
Cure/medications for lymphedema hereditary: 1. Hereditary lymphedema treatment focuses on symptom management, especially lowering edema and avoiding infection. Referral to a lymphedema therapist is advised for lower leg edema. 2. Fitting compression hosiery, bandaging, massage, supportive footwear, and proper skin care are all possible treatment options. 3. Complete decongestive therapy (CDT) is a type of car Read More