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Hi my son completed 11 month but he is still crawling only but he will stand by holding things all and if I put him in walker he will walk fast all over. I am giving practice to him to walk by holding my hand but he walk only 10 steps later he sits. When will he walk. Any things I want to do.
Hi sir , This is regarding my father , who has gastric problem which leads to pain on joints and shoulders . His Age is 50 , please help me how to completely cure Acidity.
HI I am 55 years old. My mediun nerve in the left wrist was pricked by a pathologist while having a sugar test three years back.Even today I get swelling in the middle finger and needle pricking sensation in my palm and in forefinger and ringfinger if I use this hand for lifting or pulling something which continues for weeks together. Have been given nerve tonics like mecobal etc. By doctors.
I m regularly going for running daily at morning. But after approximately 2km of run, I feel very strong pain in my legs. Thais. The pain is so much high that I can't bear it for more than 10-15sec. And after 10, 15mins when my whole body gets relaxed and calm. There is no pain, this is the reason I can't run more than 2km. I do regular massage and all but then also there is no improvements. What should I do.
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medical treatment that relieves pain and cures disease through the insertion of very fine needles into the body at specific points.
There are around 500 acupuncture points all over the body. By mapping ‘energy pathways’ throughout the body, acupuncture affects the functioning of certain organs in the body. However, the area that is stimulated by the needle may not necessarily be close to the part of the body where you are experiencing pain.
For example, even though you are suffering from headaches,needles may be inserted in your foot or hand.At your first consultation, an acupuncturist will ask you about your symptoms, your medical history and your health in general. They may also feel the quality, rhythm and strength of the pulses on both of your wrists. It is important that you choose an acupuncturist who is suitably qualified.
WHEN SHOULD I SEE A DOCTOR ABOUT MY BACK PAIN?
Most simple back pain gets better on its own after only a few days. Simple painkillers may keep the pain under control (provided they are used as directed on the dosing instructions). However, you should consult your GP if your pain lasts longer than a week or is as a result of a fall or a blow to the back (e.g. a car accident or sporting injury).
You should also consult your doctor if your back pain is accompanied by any of the following symptoms:
•A high temperature
•Redness or swelling
•Pain down the legs and below the knees
•Numbness or weakness in one or both legs
•Loss of bladder or bowel control (can indicate pressure on the spinal cord).
DIAGNOSING BACK PAIN
In the vast majority of cases, your doctor will be able to work out what’s wrong by examining you and asking you to describe what your back pain feels like. However, one of the biggest problems with pain is that sometimes we do not have the words to describe it.
Rating pain on a scale of 1 to 10 may help you to describe it more easily.If your pain lasts longer than it should, or if your doctor suspects that there may be other reasons for your pain, you may be referred for further tests.