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I am 55 years old. Feeling very tired having back pain, overall body pain, high acidity. Please guide me. Tks.
Am facing problem with calcium and lot of body pain and leg pain please suggest me what I have to do.
Dear doctors I am in diet and also I am going for the gym due to this I am getting back pain. Please suggest wat kind of diet I should take. Is there any problem in my spinal cord.
Hi,I am 45 year male,married having problem in right side of centre back & a bit of neck.The pain is more while getting up in morning.After morning walk and hot water bath it subsides a bit.Recently have changed pillow of thin flat size(cotton made) and I have a coir ortho bed from long time.I occur such pains at regular intervals at few months.My work is more of desk work for long hours.The pain is not severe,but quite irritating if I bend my neck to read newspaper or attend a phone call.Request some permanent solutions. Thanks.
Hi sir, I am 24 years old and height 6.2 and I have severe back pain (L4-S1) for last 3 years due to nerve pressed pain from hip and right leg and severe pain in knee, ankle and in feet .i have done physiotherapy what should I do, in 2014 I got surgery and there is no improvement after surgery. And is there any problems after marriage. Please help me.
I have back pain, stomach pain, lots more pain I have, but when I test my chest, stomach, blood, sugar, B. P. Etc their is nothing is found, then I think, I have some neurological problem. What can I do now.
I have severe pain on back side of knee and I can see visible nerves red in colour. I am unable to walk and my pulse rate is above 110. Due to pain in leg I hv pain in lower back, buttocks and thigh. I feel weakness in knee. Please suggest me what to do as I see lots of red nerves behind my knee and it's very painful.
My wife's from neck, hands, head are paining from one month, and it pain like (हिंदी chilkan) type. So it will get treated.
Mere pet me bohut dard hota hain. Or leg me bhi kobhi kobhi dord hota hain. Maine kia karu pls help me.
I have in back problem, when I am setting or lifting heavy things. What I do for leave this problem?
I have ACL Tear in Left knee for last 2 and half months. Now my right knee is straining by one side weight rarely in mornings after I wake up I am hearing crack sounds in right knee what is the reason is it due to meniscus strain or else any acl problem in right knee too?
Sir this problem because two legs fracture of his car accident so please it will be joined or not please sir if its lot paid to treat sure.
My mother was suffering from chondrosarcoma in right femur bone. Doctor do limb salvage surgery. I want to know when she will be able to move and is she will be able to move like the way she did before?
Do you know you can suffer from a torn bicep accidentally? A bicep is a muscle which begins from your upper arm and is attached to the shoulder via bones and to the elbows by tendons. If you do heavy lifting in the gym or somehow put excessive pressure on that area, chances are you may suffer from torn biceps.
There are two kinds of bicep tears you may encounter:
- Complete Tears where the tendons are split into two parts resulting in tremendous pain.
- Partial Tears result when the biceps are hurt but the tendon is not completely severed.
Among the various types of torn biceps, the muscle that is attached to the shoulder experiences the maximum number of bicep ruptures. Suddenly, the bicep tendons get detached from the bone resulting in pain and numbness. You will find a number of sportspersons suffering from this kind of torn biceps.
But why do your biceps get torn?
- One of the reasons why you suffer torn biceps is a prolonged period of ignorance. If you have been putting continuous pressure on your shoulder, the biceps muscle can weaken over time. Overuse of the muscles can give rise to conditions of tendinitis (inflammation of the bone to muscle connecting tissue) and injuries in rotator cuff which, in future, might result in torn biceps.
- A sudden injury like falling over your arms or hurting your shoulder can result in torn biceps.
- Aging is another reason why you can have this complication. Added to this are unusually heavy tasks and overuse of shoulder which can result in this problem.
- Some steroids such as Corticosteroids are directly related to the weakening of muscles and tendons.
When you suffer from torn biceps, you encounter symptoms such as:
- Weakening of the elbow and the shoulder. You will find it troublesome to move your hand.
- Swelling of the elbow with bruises visible on the elbow and the forearm.
- You find trouble in twisting your forearm
- You will experience spasms in the muscles.
- You can also hear a snapping sound of the muscles.
What should you do if you face this problem?
- Continuous applications of ice packs are a must. Repeat the activity 4 times a day with a duration of 20 minutes. You may need to do it for 2 or 3 days.
- Avoid activities which put pressure on your hands and shoulders.
- Consult a doctor immediately and get some painkillers as recommended.
- If you have complete tears, you may need to undergo surgery. Talk to your doctor regarding that. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult an orthopedist.