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How much rest is required for a ligament injury as I am suffering it from a year or so for me its difficult to sit in ind position for a long time especially with legs crossed.
I am (male) 27 years old from Krishna district .I am suffering from ankle pain (under the ankle). It started only after continuously sitting and after Early morning wakeup.
Am having lower backache for more than ten years now, sometimes when I lie on my back and get up the bones makes noise when am walking. I alsovisited an orthopedic doctor he gave me some drugs for like 2to3months, but after taking the drugs for months the pains still comes back. What is your advice?
Am 5months pregnant feeling numbness. By normal sit also in legs and hands. And am feeling lot of heat in stomach. please refer me healthy diet.
Hello sir, Since a week, m having back pain but this usually occurs at night time. Sometimes back pain reaches to full body pain. Yes, I do late night study too.
I am 25 year old mal and have backache for last 2month l have used pain relief ointment cream for couple of days but haven't got any relief what should I do now.
Hello doctor. My mother has a left hand side back pain. She struggles to breath easily at sometimes. So what should do next?
I met accident and my right shoulder bone fractured. After surgery my shoulder bone was connected with 3 screws. When I am trying raise my hand and move I got pain in that bone area. Eventhough I am regularly doing physiotherapy exercise as per my doctor's advice I am still have pain and not able to move my hand freely. I met accident 2 months before and surgery also done same day 2 months before. Now my question whether the pain will reduce and may I move my hand freely as before. Tell me. If you like, I will send my x-ray copy to you to get your advise and opinion.
I am 20 years old. I suffer from severe backaches. I do not get the reason why as I am quite fit. I even consulted a lot of doctors. Can you suggest me something?
Hlo. actually am in big trouble. I apply for d punjb police. Now trial is now on 15. But while jumping my muscle pull. I'M unable to run proper and jump. Or very much pain. doctors said mass ftya. please tell me what I have to do. I dnt want to miss d trial.
I am fifty now & my right knee is stiff-my xray says starting stage of osteoporosis. May I seek sugesstion for immediate relief.
A broken bone is medically termed as a fracture.Fractures are linked with age as bones tend to become weak as one ages, so, the chances of a fracture occurring also increases. Fractures are usually classified into four types-
1. Closed fracture - In this type of fracture, the breaking of the bone does not result in an open wound
2. Open fracture- The opposite of closed fracture, the bone breaks through the skin. This may result in infections
3. Non-displaced fracture - in this type of fracture, the bone cracks but is not shifted out of its regular position.
4. Displaced fracture - A displaced fracture occurs when the affected bone is shifted out of its natural position.
Fractures can be caused by a number of factors, they are
1. Road accidents
2. When someone falls from a height
3. When the bone is directly exposed to a strong blow
4. When the bone is exposed to a repetitive force from activities such as sprinting
5. Osteoporosis, which is a condition where the bones become weak
6. The bones in the body tends to weaken with age, so at this time they become highly susceptible to fractures
1. Swelling in the area accompanied by pain
2. Limited movement of the affected joint
3. Muscle spasms
4. The affected area may also become numb
The first step to diagnose a fracture is the knowing about the medical history of the patient and conducting a physical exam. The diagnosis is further confirmed by using imaging tests such as -
1. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) - In this procedure, images of internal body parts are taken with the help of a magnetic field and pulses of radio energy. MRIs can pick up signs of fractures very quickly, that is within the first week of injury. It is also easier to distinguish fractures from other related injuries in case of MRI.
2. X-rays -X-rays are a procedure that involves sending x-ray particles through an area to detect a fracture. Signs of a fracture may take several weeks to show up in x-rays.
3. Bone scan - In bone scans, some radioactive material is put inside the body through intravenous methods. These material tend to accumulate in the fractured area which then shows up in the images as a bright spot. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Orthopedist.