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Hello Sir I am 21 year old female. My legs are paining too much in night time. I am unable to sleep due to severe pain. This is happening daily. I woke up every 15 min due to this. Please can you help me. With thia situation?
Is anyone should take centrally acting muscle relaxant if he has drunk alcohol. What happen if he do so?
My baby (4 months) delivery time legs is very big what's the problem. Legs means foot. Foot very deferential.
I am man of 59 years age and I am feeling pain in my legs and could not walk for long time. I would request for recommendation for ointment or cream for external application for relief and cure.
From last one month I am felling some pain and stress in the nerves of my feet every time I stretch my feet in forward direction.
I met with an accident two years back. I had got proper treatment, but, still I feel some pain in my right foot's joint (takhna). Although three z no pain actually. All type of movements I enjoy. But, still pain seems to b there. What should I do. Kindly advise. Thnx.
Hello Doctors, My self Pankaj upadhyay 29 years old. I have got shoulder injury before 4 months before while I was playing. I have got the x-rays done of my shoulder and there is no fracture found. But still I feel little pain in movement of my hand. Doctor proscribed me some medicines 1. Eterocxib 2. deflazacort 3. And some ointment But when I stop taking the medicine problem arise please give me your valuable suggestion what I should do Thanks Pankaj upadhyay.
I have acute pain in my upper back right quadrant from yesterday evening this was also happened 15 days back but relived now plz suggest
We may be lost in progression and may have a lot to achieve in life, there may be things that we just cannot let go off, such as success and in such a rush for advancement and success we may be overlooking health in the bargain. Though we may not realize it, but as age progresses, the health takes a toll and the disease fighting and sustenance abilities of the body also start to decline. One of the most common problems that a lot of people go through is the weakening of the bones.
There may be instances, particularly in women, where they may feel fatigued and tired and this is something that most women may ignore so that they may be able to concentrate on the other aspects of life. However, more than often, the problems that the women face are known to be symptoms of health issues such as Osteopenia. Osteopenia is a problem of the bones where they gradually lose their natural ability to make sufficient amount of calcium necessary for the health and safety of the bone structure and when the problem takes a sever turn it may lead to osteoporosis.
Knowing the symptoms:
The problem of osteopenia may not have obvious symptoms in the beginning but people who suffer from the problem may complain of the following issues:
- A lot of people may experience lower back pain when they are suffering from osteopenia.
- The back pain may also arise from the hunching of the back which is another symptom of the health issue.
- There have been instances of patients suffering from lowering of the height when they are suffering from the bone related issue.
- The fracturing of bones becomes more likely for people who suffer from the problem.
- Lots of people may also end up losing teeth due to the issue.
- One of the biggest symptoms is that the patients of osteopenia usually also develop osteoporosis in the advanced stages of the issue.
Though there is no confirmed cure for the issue, it is possible to be able to control the problem and limit its ill-effects or symptoms. With a revision of dietary habits to include foods that help in the increase of calcium you may be able to control the problem to a great extent. It may also be possible to keep the issue under check by following healthy lifestyle habits such as quitting smoking or following regular exercise routines or taking the right treatment or medications as suggested by a specialist. Sometimes a disease can be a result of an underlying illness that you are unaware of, which is why self-diagnosis or treatment may not be advised and it is always wiser to take help from your physician. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Orthopedist.