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I am 19yr female. I had a minor toe fracture in my leg. 3weeks I kept plaster in my leg and even bnd tape on dat finger. Its 3 and half week and that finger have little pain. please suggest me what shud I do shud a tape it again. My calcium tablets are still going on but I have no proper advice from any doctor please help.
I had severe back pain a month back with paracentral Protrusion at L3-4 inter vertebral disc causing significant compression of thecal sac Loss of normal lordosis Not I am fine with no pain in back So can I resume playing cricket from now.
Meri ammi ke feet and knees mai bhut pain rheta hai. Bhut preshaan rheti hai Raat bhar so nhi pate. Unhe diabetes and thyroid hai. Pls tell me how can I help my ammi.
I am suffering from back pain but not every day this problem occurs when I sat mire time what is the reason.
I am 67 yers old male (bd: 16-02-1948). On 29 apr 15, I got lower back pain of low intensity. On 25-06-15, I got again lower back pain of medium intensity. I walked (1hour) and travelled in train (2 hours). My pain intensity increased. I got my mri done on 29-06-15. Report says 1. Changes of osteoporosis in the vertebral bodies. 2. Facetal arthosis at l4/5 level with mild retrolisthesis of l4 over l5 vertebral body. 3. Mild posterior bulge of l1/2 disc indenting the thecal sac. 4. Mild left foraminal bulge of l2/l3 disc. 5. Mild bilateral foraminal bulges of l3/l4 disc indenting left exiting l3 nerve root along with facetal arthropathy at this level. 6. Diffuse annular bulge of l4/5 disc indenting both exiting l4 nerve roots with focal sequestrated disc component in left lateral recess of l5 vertebral body impinging left traversing l5 nerve root. 7. Mild annular bulge of l5/s1 disc contacting both exiting 1.5 nerve roots. 8. Facetal arthopathy and ligamentum flavum thickening at all levels causing bilateral lateral recess stenosis at l3/4 and l4/5 levels. Please help for remedy.
Body pain in morning wake up Particularly in knees and lower back It talk 60 sec to get out of bed Full pain in body as it gets reduced In day time Suggest Ajit.
Hello my father having hip joint pain and knee pain. Due to this he can not sit for long time and he feels sensation like an ants are running in his leg. In morning there is some sound appears like tak tak. When he walks or on stairs his knee gets swelling and pain get rise. Please help me.
Hi. My father is 55 years of age. He's suffering from acute pain in his chest, abdomen, back. The pattern of pain is such that it starts from the ribs below armpit towards centre of chest. Sometimes it starts around naval portion. Sometimes it goes on the back. Pain killer meftal spas doesn't work now. His tests are normal including ct, x ray, endoscopy, ultrasound, ECG, ecco etc. I'm confused he's suffering from last 4 months. He has lost 18 KGS of weight. What to do now? Doctors say its gastritis grade 1. But the pain is very strong. And no medicine is working. Suggest me something. Thank you.
'Fracture' is a medical term for a broken bone. According to an estimate, an average person has two fractures within their lifetime. When a force exerted is stronger than the bone itself, it can lead to a fracture. The risk and chance of fracture depend on your age. With age, bones tend to become brittle and, hence, a fall that would have been potentially harmless years ago can lead to a broken bone at a later age.
There are many types of bone fractures, but the main types are:
Closed fracture: A fracture in which the bone breaks but does not tear through the skin
Open fracture: Where the broken bone punctures through the skin and protrudes out. There's a greater chance of bone infection in an open fracture
Displaced fracture: In this type of fracture the bone snaps into more than two parts
Nondisplaced fracture: The bone cracks partly or wholly but it does continue to move
Some of the common signs and symptoms of a fracture are:
- Bruising and swelling of the bones
- Open fractures marked by protruding bones from the skin
- Loss of locomotive and functional ability of the injured area
- Deformity of the injured area
- Pain in the event of movement of the injured area
A fracture can be caused by a number of reasons, and they are:
- Injuries and accidents
- Falls and slips
- Wear and tear through overuse
- Sport injuries
- Fist fights and brawls
- Osteoporosis (a disease which causes bones to weaken in adults)
- Osteomalacia ( a disease caused due to softening of your bones, which is caused by a vitamin D deficiency.) Soft bones are more likely to bow and fracture than are harder, healthy bones.
Note - Osteomalacia is not the same as osteoporosis. Osteomalacia occurs due to a defect in the bone-building process while osteoporosis develops due to a weakening of existing bones.