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I have disc buldge problem. How I can get rid of this? I have pain too which unable me to stand properly although when I walk it is quite comfortable.
I am 25. How can I loose my weight? My weight is too high approx 90 kg. I want my body fitt. Please help in bringing back my fitness.
It is not that very easy to get complete recovery after spinal surgery and for that you have to rely on different caring tips. Your surgeon can help you in this regard and can provide you a checklist containing different essential caring tips. You should follow those tips sincerely so that unwanted side-effects can be easily avoided.
Few caring tips after a spine surgery:
- Consumption of adequate amount of proteins: If the protein content is increased in your diet, then quickest recovery can be definitely expected. Muscle collagen can be strengthened and healed with the regular intake of the necessary amounts of protein. In fact, infectious conditions can be effectively dealt with by protein intake.
- Getting adequate rest: Proper rest is needed and you should have enough sleep for getting complete recovery. If your body needs some more sleep than the standard one, then you should go for the same. Your mood, memory and body will get refreshed and rejuvenated by taking proper sleep at night. In fact, you can also get rid of pains and other side-effects after surgery by taking rest.
- Taking nutritional supplements: There are a few essential nutrients that are needed after the surgical procedure and they are vitamin D, vitamin C, Omega-3 fatty-acids, magnesium and others. These nutritional elements are now available in the form of supplements and are readily available in the stores. Though these supplements are completely organic, but still you should start taking the same when doctors permit you. These supplements help in collagen healing and thus speedy recovery can be gained by taking them in a consistent manner. Muscle heath can be effectively protected by consuming these supplements.
- Acute hydration: Hydration is highly needed especially after spinal surgery so that toxin accumulation can be prevented. If you want to get proper hydration, then nothing can be a better option than drinking lots of water. In fact, spinal surgeons also recommend the same for avoiding surgical complications. Tea, coffee and sodas need to be completely replaced with water. Your system can be thoroughly cleaned by draining out toxins.
- Eliminating refined sugars from diet: Refined flour and sugary products are to be completely curtailed from regular diet; otherwise you might face severe complications. Your blood-sugar level needs to be regulated. If your immunity system gets suppressed, then you will be in great trouble and hence sugar should not be included in your diet at all.
What exactly is a spine block injection? Will it work long-term for low back pain due to disc problems?
Sir, I am having a dull lower back pain on either sides of spine. Which is persistent since four days. Please say what could be the reason and what should I do?
My left Leg knee and ankle pains a lot, and feels more heavier, B-12 (450.8 pg/ml) and D-3 (39.11 ng/ml) levels are now normal after been low for consecutive 4 years, also I feel pain in my left side back if I sit for more hours, and my left eye has gone noticeably small in last few years. Any suggestions what should I do to get full fit?
The flat portion of the leg is painful. It is so painful that at some time s I feel like needles poking from inside. What could be the reason. Please help.
Patient got fracture in hand elbow nd got operated by 4 years ago but the movement of hand elbow is half. Is there is any chance to proper movement in hand elbow by reopration of hand elbow.
I have a stiff neck and frozen shoulders. I can not sleep over a pillow. I can not sleep on my sides in night because my shoulders begin to ache. Movement of my hands is very much restricted because if I move them to scratch my back or while bathing, my shoulder joints feel extreme pain with the result I have to stop movement. If I read something placed on table in standing position for sometime, my neck immediately starts to pain and the pain lasts for 2-3 days and subsides only on taking pain killers, fomentation etc. The neck pain extends to head and I suffer from severe headache. After getting headache, I can not concentrate on anything. Please advice how to go about these problems.
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