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I am suffering from a knees problems since last many years.The bones are not effected but doctors say that muscles have become week, hence the pain. I am 68 yrs. and do gym too. Please advice whats the correct course to relieve pain and what gym exercises to avoid. Thanking you in anticiaption.
An arthroscopic ACL surgery has already been done in my left knee. So may I know after how many days physio therapy can be started for early recovery. Can I be able 2 walk within 1 and half month without support. What kind of physio therapy is good for good recovery and how many hours per day will good.
I feel terrible pain down my legs wen I stand. X-ray shows intervertebral space between 3rd n 4th lumbar vertebrae has lessened. Please help me.
Hi, My brother is 42 years old and met with an small accident. His right knee joint performed with STR, T1 N T2W, There is communited fracture of the upper shaft of tibia extending upto articular surface in the region of intercondyler ridge. Fracture at d intercondyler eminence of tibia involving the tibial attachment of acl and with slightly superiorly displacedfracture, fragment measure appx 15x23x12mm. Mild laxity of PCL which otherwise appears intact. Also fracture at the head of fibula containing the attachment of LCL. There is tear at the tibial attachment of medial collateral ligament with laxity of rest of the ligament.
Hi, I am 25 year old female and have a problem of knee pain last 2 month. What should I do? please suggest.
My friend is having high pain in her heel which rises upto knee and sometimes upto back. She has had an xray for the heel and ankle but nothing is there. Sometimes it just pains that she is unable to put her foot on floor and sometimes it is just fine. Not able to understand whats wrong, if something is there it should have been there in Xray. She consulted a doctor he gave her iron tablets after seeing xray. Please suggest what to do.
I am female 38 yes old I have arthritis in my left knee at an very initial stage what should I do to avoid further progress of the same.
I am a 56 years old govt servant. I am having pain in the joint of my toe since last few years. My uric acid value does' nt exceeds 6. 9. I have consulted several orthopedics surgeons and taken several medicines but of no effect. Presently I am not taking any medicines except few homeopathic drops. I also take concor 20mg, rosuvas 5mg & telma 20 for bp & mild techie cardia problems, as advised by the experts of blk hospital, new delhi. Is prolonged use of these medicines, have negative effect on health. Please advice
I am 39 year old I am facing the problem in digestion system upper abdomen in always feeling full and heavy. My weight also increasing earlier it was 78 kg but with in 4 month its now 84 kg in the evening I am feeling vomiting sensation and feeling weighted head. My knee is making noise like churrrr when i'm seating and stand up please give suggestion me to what I can I do how I can improve my health activeness regards
Is PRP, best solution for synovial fluid related issues and bone rubbing issues. What is the average cost in India.
I have met with an accident and sprained my left ankle very badly, there is no fracture or other damage to the ankle same confirmed by xray and mri scan. It's 4th week now still ankle movement is not free. I am applying only heat pack and rest (avoiding walking). Need to do anything else. No cast is put.
Muscle cramps often occur in the calf muscle of the back of the lower leg. It is often characterized by a momentary sharp pain along with a muscle lump beneath the skin. Just like its sudden appearance, muscle cramp disappears the same way without any botheration. However, a doctor should be consulted if you see any of the following symptoms:
- The pain keeps coming back
- The cramps result in weakening of the muscles
- It causes frequent discomfort
- It results in changed skin color, redness or swelling of the skin
- The condition doesn’t improve with normal care
- Cramps are not associated with obvious causes such as playing, exercising and jogging
What causes muscle cramps?
Any strain on muscle, dehydration, muscle overuse or simply standing for a prolonged time can lead to muscle cramps. The exact cause of muscle cramps is not known in a lot of cases. There could be the following medical conditions that could lead to such muscle cramps:
- Blood supply: At times when the arteries narrow down resulting in an inadequate blood supply in the leg, a sharp pain can be felt followed by muscle cramps. This can happen while exercising or playing. It disappears as soon as one rests their legs.
- Mineral depletion: Shortage of magnesium, potassium and calcium in the body can lead to muscle cramps. Even medication for high blood pressure can lead to cramps in the legs.
- Nerve compression: Nerve compression of the spine can produce sharp pain on the leg muscles. The pain worsens with longer durations of walk. The symptoms, however, can be delayed a bit if the walking posture is changed, like the way one walks while carrying a shopping cart.
What are the risk factors associated to muscle cramps?
- Dehydration: Muscle cramps often happen among athletes when they get dehydrated and fatigued while performing in hot temperature.
- Age: People over the age of 60 often lose mass in the muscle. The remaining mass gets stressed out soon, resulting in muscle cramps.
- Pregnancy: Pregnant women face frequent muscle cramps due to the sudden increase of body weight and restricted movements in the pregnancy period.
- Medical conditions: Certain medical conditions such as nerve disorder, thyroid problems, liver failure, diabetes etc. greatly increase the chance of muscle cramps.
Some common ways to treat muscle cramps:
- A brisk walk followed by stretching relaxes the muscles and greatly helps in staying away from cramps.
- A diet consisting of magnesium on a regular basis gives relief from muscle cramps.
- A wet cloth soaked in hot water often shows magical results and gives instant relief from muscle cramps.
- Being hydrated throughout the day helps with muscle cramps. It is necessary to consume enough amount of electrolytes so that muscle contraction does not happen. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor.