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I am 31 years old. I face very problems for my right hand wrist (nerve) pain before 1 month. I consult many doctors (orthopedic and medicine) but no result. What can I do?
I have pain in leg's joint and had eck. Is this chikungunya if yes what should I do. I suffering from fever also.
Age of child: 13 years General Phy. Height: 4.9 ft. Structure: pale body with little mussel diet: he take little diet and he feel exhausted after few work complaints: pain in LEFT foot sole. Blood report: Haemoglobin: 15.3 gm/dl total Leucocyte count ; 4800 cell/cu. Mm Differential Count Neutrophils: 60% Lymphocytes: 29 % Monocytes: 01 % Eosinophils: 10 % Basophils: 00 % Platelet count: adequate Blood Picture R. B. C: Normocytic/Normochromic W. B. C: Eosinophilla present Stool examination report: Physical examination: Colour: Brownish Appearance: Solid Reaction: PH 7.0 MUCUS: NIL BLOOD: NIL Microscopic Examination: PUS Cells: 3-4 / HPF R B Cells: NIL E P Cells: 3-4/ HPF CYST: NIL OVA: NIL Others: FAT GLOBUL PRESENT kindly advice us suitable medication.
I am 32 years old, i got right mid foot ligament injury since 2 month. No cure till now. Still having pain in walking. Cant walk with placing flat foot on ground. Consulted many orthopedics. Please suggest.
I had been completion thyroidectomy operation before 3 months ago. After surgery, I am taking radioactive iodine treatment for cancer cells destroyed in body. Now, Last one week, Having pain in my left shoulder part and have swelling too in left side of my body and tingling and numbness feeling again and again in the body. Mostly on lips, two hands and legs. I had been shown the doctor here, They gave me some medicines as ultracet and other antibiotics for pain relief. But, there is no much more difference in swelling. Is it normal?
I have a pain in the back right below and sides of the backbone want to know why the pain has come and how to cure it?
I have weak legs specifically calf muscles and very lean legs. How to make them strong. Any specific diet plan or exercise.
My mom is suffering from back pain and takes lots of medicines to recover it but its paining please suggest something to do.
I am 60 years old. I am suffering knee pain. Taking medicine as per doctor's advise. Some time it gets swelling. Please advise.
I am 25 year old female and have backache for last 4 months. I have used pain relief ointment cream for couple of days but haven't got any relief. What should I do?
An ankle sprain can make life miserable. A sudden twist or stretching (due to incorrect walking, incorrect posture, wearing high heels, walking on an uneven and rough surface, exercise, games) can result in ligament(s) tear (partial or complete tear), affecting the ankle. An ankle sprain is often confused with a twisted ankle. However, the two are different as chalk and cheese. A sprained ankle can be extremely painful, taking few weeks to months to heal completely (depending on the severity).
An ankle sprain is independent of age and sex, affecting anyone and everyone under the sun. The symptoms characteristic of an ankle sprain includes:
- The affected region of the ankle may swell up immediately.
- Difficulty in walking. In severe forms, a person may find it difficult to place a step.
- The area appears bruised and tender.
- Excruciating pain and discomfort (severe case).
- Stiffness and, in some cases, discoloration of the skin around the tear.
At no point should the sprain be taken lightly. Seek medical assistance at the earliest. Negligence on your part can aggravate the situation. In extreme cases, an ankle sprain can add to your agony and discomfort, affecting the joints, bones, blood vessels, tendons, and cartilage.
Diagnosis and Treatment:
Accurate diagnosis can make the treatment effective, thus accelerating the recovery process. In case of an ankle sprain;
- Physical examination of the affected area and a thorough case study is an important diagnostic step followed by many doctors.
- X-ray of the affected ankle region can help in a better and more accurate diagnosis.
The course of treatment depends on the extent of the damage. In case of a minor sprain, doctors mostly recommend
- Keeping the affected ankle area bandaged (ACE bandage) and well protected. A crutch or a brace is a blessing for people who face difficulty in walking.
- Time and again, apply a cold compress on the sprained ankle. A cold compress can help reduce the swelling effectively.
- In case of extreme pain and swelling, your doctor may recommend an acetaminophen (Tylenol) or ibuprofen
- Rest as much as possible. While sleeping, use cushions or pillows to keep the leg elevated.
Precaution and Care:
A little alertness and agility on your part can help to deal with an ankle sprain better.
- In the case of a severe sprain, try and avoid self-medication as much as possible. It can do you more harm than good.
- Exert minimum or no pressure on the affected ankle area.
- Indulge in some strengthening exercise as recommended by your physician. It is advisable that you warm up before any exercise.
- Avoid heavy, strenuous work as much as possible.
- Wearing correct footwear is important. Women who have had an ankle sprain should avoid wearing heel shoes. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Orthopedist.