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I am facing back pain at spinal, every 3 days am facing dis problem, am sitting min 8 hrs in office daily, what should I do?
I am having severe depression. Doctor recommend me to take Clonafit plus tablets for 45 days. I have started this prescription since 12 days but still feeling depressed. N feeling sleepy all the day. N also having pain in upper abdomen just below chest. Kindly let me know why this is happening?
I have been getting eruptions on my forearm, chest and inner thighs. When consulted with doctors I was diagnosed with Tinea cruris. When I consume sebifin tablet and apply the ointment it vanishes. But after a short while it reoccurs and spreads viciously. I have also don't a fungal skin scraping test and the results were negative. I feel there is more to this than just a superficial skin problem. Look forward to suggestions or recommendations of any medicine.
Pain is in my ankle while I was playing soccer my foot was twisted and this happened twice. Then after one year I started playing soccer and now it still hurts.
Sir aaj se 45 days pehle ek accident main mere right knee ke ligament main partial tear aaya Tha MRI main. Tabse ab tk main medicines kha ri hu aur kuch exercises bhi krti hu, kafi aaram hai ab chalne firne main but dard ab bhi bhot rehta h .mere doctor ne to mujhe surgery suggest ki hai .but I don't want to undergo an operation so please suggest me ki Kya ye apne aap thik nh ho sakta Kya?
Hi, I have some head problem. If I want to do any work suddenly then my head is stroked. After few minutes I will come to normal. What should I do?
I am preparing for IIT. When I am doing so many practice qus, I feel pain in back side of head, and the sinus area around the eyes. Can anyone give any solution.
Sir I have pain in my stomach since last two days I have tried lot of medicine but there is no effect on me so please tell m what should I do.
I am bed ridden with a fracture in left collar bone, right wrist and ligament injury (tear in 2 ligaments, rupture in 2) in my right leg. My next leg checkup is after 6 weeks and I'm advised to stay bed ridden until then. What type of tasks can I do in such a state that does not intervene with my healing and recovery? I wish to utilise my time without stressing myself out.
I have frequent headache problem, also I feel tired after walking for a while. My heel also aches after working for a long time.
My left leg pains badly everyday when I come back home. The pain starts from above thighs and upto the knee, calf and ankle. When I rest at home it doesn't pain.
I suffer from back pain now a days and my right leg pains too because of that. Please advise some remedy.
In addition to pumping blood to various organs, the heart also has its own blood supply, through which it receives its oxygen and nutrient supply. In patients with coronary artery disease and atherosclerosis, there is a narrowing of the blood vessels which reduces the amount of blood flow to the target organs, including the heart.
When this happens in the heart, there is chest pain due to overexertion of the heart muscles. There could be two patterns to this chest pain. With regular exertion like exercise, there would be chest pain, and most patients are familiar with this pattern.
This is known as angina pectoris or stable angina. In some people or in some instances, chest pain occurs which is sudden and not of a predictable pattern. It could be related to extreme exertion or stress. This is known as unstable angina and can lead to heart attack and be life-threatening.
Stable angina or angina pectoris has a stable, predictable pattern which most patients get familiar with over a period of time and learn to manage. Read on to know more about the signs and symptoms and management techniques.
Signs and symptoms: Stable angina usually occurs after a round of physical exertion. The patient feels a feeling of tightness in the chest which feels like the chest being squeezed. The pain can gradually spread to the shoulder, arms and even the neck. The pain can also be induced by eating, exposure to cold, emotional stress. It lasts for about 15 minutes and is relieved by rest and sublingual nitroglycerin. The pain intensity does not change with position or coughing. In addition, the patient may also experience shortness of breath, fatigue, profuse sweating, nausea, and dizziness.
The patient may be able to detect signs on further testing including ECG, echocardiography and stress testing. Features like cardiomegaly, altered ejection fraction would be detected based on the severity of the disease.
Treatment: Immediate treatment to relieve the pain includes resting and sublingual nitroglycerin. On an ongoing basis, the treatment would include 3 approaches – lifestyle changes, medications, and surgery.
- Lifestyle changes: Regular exercise, smoking cessation, reduced fat intake, reduced alcohol consumption, weight loss, and stress management are some lifestyle changes to be made to improve symptoms.
- Medications: A number of medications would be used depending on patient’s symptoms. Aspirin to prevent clotting, medications to control blood pressure and cholesterol and diabetes.
- Surgery: In patients with advanced coronary artery disease, revascularization methods may be required, which includes angioplasty and coronary bypass.
In a person with known risk factors, it is advisable to have regular checkups so that the disease progression can be controlled and symptoms managed with minimal intervention. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Cardiologist.
Hi, I was playing football on 27th, and I believe I was stepped on by someone else in cleats. Between the 2nd to 4th metatarsal bones on my right foot I have been feeling a slight pain, pain hurts slightly on the top where contact was made but a little bit more on the bottom. There is a slight bit of swelling on the top. It hurts more when putting pressure on it. It is a bearable pain, but an inconvenient one. Any ideas?
A headache can strike anywhere at any time, at work, at home or on the go. The pain can be dull and throbbing, or sharp and pinpointed. No matter when or where a headache comes on, you just want the pain to stop. But when it comes to managing and preventing cluster headache, it becomes a real challenge as most of the people are still not clear about this type of headache. One of the most annoying and bothersome types of headache is a cluster headache.
What is a cluster headache?
A cluster headache is one-sided head pain that may involve tearing of the eyes and a stuffy nose. Attacks occur at regular intervals for 1 week to a longer duration, separated by long pain-free periods that last at least 1 month, possibly longer. The pain occurs on one side of the head. It may be described as burning, sharp and continuous pain. And it may occur in, behind, and around one eye. It may involve one side of the face from neck to temples. It quickly gets worse, peaking within 5 to 10 minutes. The strongest pain may last 30 minutes to 2 hours.
What are the possible causes?
No one knows exactly what causes cluster headaches. However, many experts believe that a cluster headache and migraine headache share a common cause that begins in the nerve that carries sensation from your head to your brain (trigeminal nerve) and ends with the blood vessels that surround your brain. The pain arises in the deep vascular channels in your head (for example, the cavernous sinus) and does not involve the trigeminal system.
Are there any triggers?
Some of the lifestyle triggers that may lead to cluster headache attacks include:
-alcohol and smoking
-high altitudes (trekking, air travel)
-bright light (including sunlight)
-heat (hot weather, hot baths)
-foods high in nitrites (such as preserved meats)
What are the symptoms?
-swelling under or around the eye (may affect both eyes)
-redness in the eyes
-a runny nose) or one-sided stuffy nose (same side as the head pain)
-red, flushed face
When to see a doctor
You should see a doctor if headaches do not respond to analgesics, headaches disturb your sleep, you get headaches whenever you are active or headaches occur with other danger symptoms, like:
-changes in alertness, changes in movement or sensation, drowsiness, nausea or vomiting, seizures and vision changes.
What are the treatment options?
-your doctor may recommend triptans, such as sumatriptan or anti-inflammatory (steroid) medicines such as prednisone — starting with a high dose, and then slowly decreasing it over 2-3 weeks or injections of dihydroergotamine to treat it instantly.
-however, if the pain is at initial stage then breathing in 100% (pure) oxygen can help to control headache symptoms.