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She has joint pain and she did not able to move her hands and legs freely. She has severe knee pain and hand knee pain.
Hi, My age is 50 years and I am from bihar. I am a driver, from one month I am very disturbed because of my knee pain of my legs, because of this I can't do my work properly, sometimes its make some kind of cracking sound. One thing is there sometimes the pain of legs in moving one to another leg. So doctor please give me some tips.
Hlo sir my mom is getting with deep leg pain last 12 years, I HV consult so many doctors, desi medicines and homeopathy medicines but she HV no relief, help me sir tell me wt I do please.
There is sever pain in my heal when I walk .No question at all for Orthodox problem but have vit. D level as low as 9.3.blood sugar pp 225. What should be done? Aged 69 yrs.
I used many medicine for arm pain relief, but all are useless (like nice, diagesic-P, chymoral Forte, Trical-C, naproxen etc). I stopped using medicine before a week and now I am feeling some better, I feel pain less in the arm. Should I discontinue to use the medicine for pain relief. Or if I use medicine then which medicine is beneficial for me.
I am suffering from complete tear of ACL since 3 years. I am scared of operating it. Can you suggest me any ways to stop operating it.
What is the cause of spondylitis epiphyseal DYSPLASIA? Is It curable? What precaution should a patient with SED take?
I am 25 years old male from last 5 months in suffering from joints pain. My ankle and wrist bones are sounding like kat kat. Some doctor says it's arthritis but in this age is it possible. Kindly tell me the correct disease and treatment.
I am 25 years old and 2 weeks back I fell from stairs (slipped from 4-5 steps). I did X-Ray and I found out in my report that there is a thin crack between L5 and S1 bone. I took 10 days medication but still not that relief. Yesterday, I went to orthopedist then he said to do MRI, since pain should be reduced till date. He also said, maybe some vein might have got pressed. Please suggest me that how should I proceed further with the Diagnosis.
I am 16 year old and my legs are very painful during long time standing position, so what should I do? I.
I had viral fever 2 months ago. I had suffered with it for one month. Now my fever is OK but I had lot of joint pain. When I take any medicine regarding this I feel good but when ever I left it I suffered again. Please give me solution.
I am male age 54 running. No B.P/ Sugar. Weight 82 kg. Past two months I am noticed cracking sound in my knee joints. My food habits no alcohol / pure vegetarian from child hood please advice.
Osteoporosis is a condition which usually results due to a decrease in bone density. In this condition, the bones become weak and brittle. Fractures are a common result of osteoporosis. Usually, symptoms or signs do not show up until the condition progresses to its advanced stages.
Since osteoporosis is usually irreversible and incurable, preventing the fractures is considered to be extremely important.
Who is at risk of osteoporosis?
All men and women have some risk of developing 'thinning' of the bones (osteoporosis) as they become older, particularly over the age of 60. As mentioned above, women are more at risk than men. The following situations may also lead to excessive bone loss and so increase your risk of developing osteoporosis. If you:
- Are a woman who had the menopause before 45 years of age
- Have already had a bone fracture after a minor fall or bump
- Have a strong family history of osteoporosis.
- Have a body mass index (BMI) of 19 or less (that is, you are very underweight)
- Have irregular periods
- Have taken, or are taking, a steroid medicine (such as prednisolone) for three months or more
- Are a smoker
- Have an alcohol intake of more than four units per day
- Lack calcium and/or vitamin D (due to a poor diet and/or little exposure to sunlight).
- Are mostly inactive
Ways To Treat Osteporosis
Osteoporosis in women can be treated using Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). The therapy makes use of either a combination of progestin and oestrogen or simply, oestrogen. However, it is possible that certain combinations have side-effects that might give rise to other medical conditions. Therefore, proper consultation with an orthopedist is an essential pre-requisite so that the condition of osteoporosis as well the side effects may be addressed before proceeding with Hormone Replacement Therapy.
There are a number of medications that can be used which have long-term effects on osteoporosis. However, the schedule for intake of these medicines should be followed diligently. Failing to adhere to the schedule could lead to serious complications. For example, the intake of Risedronate medications (prevent bone loss) should be scheduled once every month, failing which can cause ulcers in the food pipe. Raloxifene has effects which are similar to oestrogen but does not exhibit any serious side effects. Teriparatide can be used to treat osteoporosis in people who have a high risk of suffering from bone fractures.
Don't rely entirely on medication as the only treatment for your osteoporosis. These practices also are important:
- Exercise. Weight-bearing physical activity and exercises that improve balance and posture can strengthen bones and reduce the chance of a fracture. The more active and fit you are as you age, the less likely you are to fall and break a bone.
- Good nutrition. Eat a healthy diet and make certain that you're getting enough calcium and vitamin D. Being underweight or losing a lot of weight unintentionally is associated with poorer bone health and a higher risk of fracture — even if you're taking a bisphosphonate.
- Quit smoking. Smoking cigarettes speed up bone loss.
- Limit alcohol. If you choose to drink alcohol, do so in moderation. For healthy adults, that means up to one drink a day for women of all ages and men older than age 65, and up to two drinks a day for men age 65 and younger.