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I am 80 kgs and 5'8" tall. Due to excessive fat I start running. After running for 2-3 days I am experiencing a Lot of pain in my both leg. The pain is in the inner and inside potion of both leg between ankle and knee The pain is so severe that I am not able to run.
I had head ache and back pain when I do any hard work physical work what should be the problem in me and I sometimes come vomit when I feel very tire.
I'm 23 year old man, and I'm having knee joint pain for last 1 month. I tried various medications but it still persists. What should I do. Please help me!
I had a backache and headache issue since last 2 years I sometimes cause serious issue when I got headache and I can see anything clearly but when I got checkup for my eye sight the doctor says everything fine and I know too that everything can see clearly but when the time of headache got blurred.
While injuries of any form can be painful, burn injuries are one of the worst to suffer from. While cuts and bruises can be temporarily assuaged with a proper dressing, burns are quite different in this regard. With burns, the damaged tissues will stay on the body and may cause continuous pain. Thus, burn injuries are difficult to treat and they require different strategies for pain management as well.
Treatment methods available for treating pain arising due to burn injuries
- Apply an anesthetic cream or aloevera gel to soothe the burnt skin. Avoid exposing the skin to air as that will cause painful sensations.
- Loose gauze or antibiotic ointment must be used to protect the influenced area.
- Soak the burnt area wound in cold water for about five minutes or more.
- If the burn escalates or affects a widespread area, seek medical attention immediately.
Pain management factors for burn injuries:
- Relaxation: During the phase of recovery, burn injuries put immense stress on your body and continue for a long period. Muscle tension is caused by stress that increases pain. Some relaxation techniques are proven to be beneficial to reduce the stress on body.
- Coping with your pain: Different people have different ways to cope with physical discomfort. Look out for situational aspects which are currently under your control and take it positively. The ‘what ifs’ or wishing that the burn didn’t occur in the first place will not help with your current situation. You should focus on things what you can control like self-rehabilitation, doing your daily exercises, physical therapy treatment or following a doctor’s suggestion of pain management strategies. This will help you cope with your pain to a greater extent.
- Sleep medications: If your normal sleep routine is hampered, consult your physician for safe sleep medications. Proper sleep is very important for the healing process and even more so in the case of burn related injuries.
- Antidepressants: Some people may not be suffering from depression, but they might still need antidepressants for relief and sound sleep. A health care provider might prescribe antidepressants as a way to deal with acute pain from burn injuries.
- Increase the pace of your activities: If you want to rebuild your health and stamina and get back in form soon, focus on the regular physical and mental activities. Exercise regularly, but don’t push yourself too much. Increase your physical activities gradually over time. Unless and until you are fully comfortable, don’t strain yourself too much. Occupational and physical therapists can help you with an appropriate activity program.
I propose that a simple back pain develops when an intervertebral disc (the fibrous pillow between the vertebrae) loses water content and stiffens. This can be caused by several factors, not least small-scale injury-either across or through the length of the spine-once the spine has become compressed. Then one of two things can happen for the problem to get worse: you can develop more serious trouble from the front compartment of the spine as the disc breaks down further. Or you can develop trouble from the back compartment as strain translates across to the facet joints. Worse still, you can get pain from both compartments at the same time. Finally, the whole sale destruction of both compartments can cause the vertebrae to jump around, in what is called segmental instability.The sequential disorder in the route of breakdown is as follows:
Stage 1: A STIFF SPINAL SEGMENT
An intervertebral disc between two vertebrae cases to be a buoyant pillow and becomes like a layer of compressed carpet. The vertebrae on top lose mobility and the segment becomes like a stiff link in the spinal chain. As it retires from activity the disc shrinks because it cannot generate sufficient suction to feed itself. Eventually, the flattening can be picked up on X-ray, but well before this point, the condition can be painful in what I believe is the most common spinal disorder.
Stage 2: ARTHRITIS OF THE FACET JOINTS
As a disc at the front of the spine drops in height it causes overriding of the bone-to-bone junctions (called the facet joints) at the back of the spine. The upper vertebrae settle down on the one below, causing bony rub between parts of the spine which could only have fleeting contact. Early on, this simply inflames the soft tissues around the facet joints but eventually, it causes arthritic change as it erodes the cartilage covering the bone. Facet joint trouble also is a relatively common form of low back pain.
Stage 3: AN ACUTE LOCKED BACK
This is a fluke incident when you are caught halfway through a movement by a pain like an electric cleaver going through your back. It makes moving in any direction excruciating and the body locks itself rigid. Although there never appears to be any warning, the problem usually has its origins in incipient disc breakdown.
All spines, even healthy ones, must brace themselves as they pass through a vulnerable part of the range at the beginning of a bending movement.If a disc between two vertebrae has flattened through the degenerative process, it may be unable to generate sufficient springing-apart tension to keep its segments stable as the spine goes over.
The top vertebrae can jump imperceptibly out of joint at one of the facets, and the muscles develop instantaneous protective spasm to stop the vertebrae going any further. As a disc progressively loses its stuffing, it bulges like a perishing car tyre whenever it takes the weight. The fibrous disc wall takes most of the strain, and in some cases, it can perish at the points of greatest duress- usually one of the back corners.
At the same time, the centre of the disc (called the nucleus) loses cohesion, after which excessive twisting and lifting activity can make it extrude through a fissure in the wall where it is weak. Sometimes the displaced nucleus lodges on a nearby spinal nerve and causes pain.