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I am suffering back pain. What are the reason. What is the solution. I am driving c b z motorcycle. 2 to 3 hours I am in standing position per day. Whai to do. What not to do.
Feeling body pain in morning when I wake up, exactly in the area of the position I sleep, more pain in back, is it due t . Im 48 year old male.
Sir I'm having grade 3 horizontal medial meniscus tear in posterior horn n body +partial acl tear presently recovery from injuries from after injury recovery should I go for physiotherapy or surgery for betterment of knee.
I have a upper back pain. I feel it only when I wake up in the morning. I don't feel the pain in daytime.
I have back pain since last five months. I have met the doctor but it has not reduced. So what should I do now?
Doctor I have pain in my right knee please I have faced this problem many time when I do any quick activities than always its happened please suggest me medicine.
I have slipped discs at l4-l5 n l5-s1 and tend to get a bit of acute pain at times when they get aggravated which gets better with rest and exercise. I had also been diagnosed with spondilolysthisis about 8 yrs back. For last few months I have developed a pain in my left knee. Earlier pain used to be mainly radicular pain. Could knee pain be related to slipped disc or would it be something different. I also have vit d deficiency. Any suggestions for dealing with knee pain?
A year back I fell down from steps that time my feet become swollen I did not walk a step at that time. When I go to hospital they told me there was some fractured at feet. But when I consulted to other doctors it is not fractured. They said me their are 3 ligaments at joint of feet in those one did not recovered well so one ligament at the feet joint was not properly recovers they told me that you want to manage the life with that 2 ligaments only. I want to know is there any cure for this without any surgery my height is 5.5 and weight is 74 age is 23.
L3/l4 disturb in nerves so right leg calf mussle pen last 4 years. Also inject on l3/l4 at hinduja hosp. But not progress.
I am 19. I am visiting a gym since the last 6 months and doing moderate weight lifting exercises there. But since the last few weeks, there is a recurring uncomfortable feeling in my shoulder area, neck area and upper back area. It's not like I am experiencing any kind of pain there. It's like all I need to do is to do stretching exercises covering those areas all day. But even after doing stretching, I am getting no relief down there. So I want to know a solution to this problem ASAP because it is too irritating and I am not able to focus on other things because of this .
Sir my left head has started paining from two days and my right knee is also paining and I am feeling not good due to that then what can I do sir please tell me any medicine to cure that.
Hello doctor, Before 3 month (date 31st jan. 2017) done surgery of right knee ACL INJURY, There is no problem from several times But yesterday I was slipped and felt on floor due to my slipper yesterday and today continuous its painful And also its painful in walking I cannot walk perfectly, its hard to bend, So doctor please help me, Is that I have to do re surgery? And Is there any damaged in knee? Please help me doctor.
Good morning sir Sir, my mother have suffering from pain in her hand (wrist) and pain in leg And she is taking methylcobalamin cap or calcium with vitD3 pill's with pain killer She is not suffering from blood sugar or B.P. problem Har age is 47 years old and her weight is 52 kg's and the hight is 5 ft Sir please give me solution.
Restless leg syndrome is a condition where the nervous supply to the lower legs (and sometimes hands) is affected. The person has a constant urge to move the legs due to the tingly sensation or the pins and needles sensation and so this condition is called as restless legs syndrome (RLS). It is almost never a standalone condition and is often associated with other nervous system conditions.
It is a progressive condition and aggravates with time. The patient may experience episodes of this disease. Most people might experience this problem at night due to which a lot of patients complain of disturbed sleep and restlessness while sleeping.
While there is no permanent solution to this condition, there are various home remedies and techniques which can help control the condition. Read on to know more.
- Trigger agents: Some people are able to identify triggers like caffeine or chocolate which induce the condition. The first step would then be to avoid using these, especially before sleeping.
- Exercise: Any form of exercise, which gives a good workout for the leg muscles is recommended. This could range from a 30-minute brisk walk to stretches depending on the person’s overall health status. This is known to induce a good sleep, reduce muscle tension and relax the mood. Choose yoga, gym, cycling, or any form which suits your overall health and schedule.
- Massages:Hot or cold massages, often used alternately, can help in relaxing the muscles. This also helps in reducing tension and improving overall sleep. The ideal time for the massage is the evening so that RLS does not affect during nighttime.
- Diet: A diet rich in vitamins and minerals can prove to be helpful. This is because proper muscle and nerve function requires various minerals like zinc, potassium, calcium, sodium, etc. Diet rich in these helps in improving muscle and nerve function and thereby control RLS.
- Sleep pattern: Sound sleep practices like having an early dinner, a quiet room free of digital media, optimal temperature, and relaxing ambience helps in a better sleep. This has shown to reduce the incidence of RLS and evidence of sound sleep.
- Medications: RLS can also cause mild to moderate pain in the affected legs, and so pain killers can be used once in a while if the pain is not bearable. These should be used only rarely and continued use can lead to stomach ulcers and bleeding. The above mentioned nonmedical methods should be tried before trying medications. Anticonvulsants have been used to control RLS if pain killers alone are not adequate. In more severe cases, antiparkinson drugs are used with great success. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Neurosurgeon.