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I am suffering muscles pain from last two days. Because I started gym. How to reduce that pain? And in how many days this pain remove?
I am 16 years old I am suffering from the finger joint pain while playing cricket. I have severe pain so I am using the paracetamol 100+350 mg tablets and phanadoxine tablets but I can't getting immediate pain relief. So which tablets should I have to use to cure pain quickly.
I am 16 years old I am suffering from finger joint pain while the cricket. So what measures I have to take to cure pain from finger joint pain.
I am 16 years old. I am suffering from finger joint pain while playing cricket. So what measures I have to take to cure from pain.
I want to ask a question for my mom. Her age is 65+ she has pain in backbone and also pain in full body at every time. Please tell me it's solution.
I felt severe pain in my back and consulted a neurologist. I underwent MRI and have been diagnosed with lumber degenerative disease. The doctor had imposed some restriction like non riding of bikes and advised weight reduction. Should I visit some orthopedic?
I am suffering with finger joint pain while playing cricket. What steps I have to take to cure from pain.
Back pain is something that affects many people all over the world. Persistent and chronic pain seems to be one of the most common complaints. Middle back pain is back pain that is felt in the thoracic vertebrae region, which is located between the base of the neck and top of the lumbar spine. The ribs attach to a long, flat bone in the middle of the chest called the sternum and wrap around the back. In case, there is a nerve around there is squeezed, disturbed, or injured, you are likely to feel pain in different spots where the nerve goes through, for example, your arms, legs, chest and the stomach.
Some of the most common causes of middle back pain are as follows:
- Middle back pain can happen as a consequence of injury or sudden damage or it can happen through strain or poor stance after some time.
- The most widely recognized reason for middle back pain seems to begin from soft tissue problems or muscular irritation. These can emerge from poor stance, lack of strength, prolonged sitting in front of a computer, utilizing a heavy backpack, overuse injuries, (for example, repetitive movement), or injury, (like a whiplash damage brought about by an auto crash or as a consequence of a sports injuries).
- The middle back is a moderately normal site for inflammatory, degenerative, metabolic, infective and neoplastic conditions.
- Middle back pain and its dysfunctions are connected with various conditions, for example, essential and optional osteoporosis (particularly vertebral cracks and hyperkyphosis emerging from vertebral bone loss), ankylosing spondylitis, osteoarthritis and Scheuermann's infection.
- Muscle strain, overuse or damage to the muscles, tendons, and discs that are backing your spine can also cause middle back pain.
- Weight on the spinal nerves from specific issues, for example, a herniated disc.
- A fracture in one of the vertebrae can also cause pain in this region.
- Osteoarthritis created by the breakdown of ligament or cartilage that cushions the little joints in the spine.
- Myofascial pain that influences the connective tissue of a muscle or gathering of muscles.
- In uncommon cases, pain might be brought about by different issues, for example, gall bladder disease, cancer or an infection.
- Getting hit hard in the back can also cause chronic pain.
- Lift something too heavy may cause pain and a sudden pressure in this area.
- A compression fracture of the vertebra can also bring about intense or chronic pain in the middle back. The injury may bring about a fracture, however in ladies over age 50 without critical injury or somebody known to have osteoporosis, an unconstrained vertebral fracture is possible.
Other contributing factors to injury include lack of strength which can be treated by a Pain Management Specialist using non-surgical methods.