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Rt knee replaced in Jan 2015 met with accident last year Injury just bellow Knee 8 stitches knee safe but area around knee swells suddenly, unbearable pain ,pain killer injection gives relief in 8 to 10 hrs age 72,diabetic
Dear doctor I play football often I noticed pain in my knees and difficult to walk. Now I can not play football what should I do to recovery from it. I have tried using pain killers.
I am 53 age male. I have problem when downing staircase right knee joint minor pain last one week. Can go regular walk . Are I do exercise indoor for relief pain .pl advice.
I am 25 years girl unmarried. I have arthritis. I take some medicine but when I take medicine pain removes and then I don't take medicine pain stats again. Tell me what should I do for complete recovery.
Please inform correct medication/medicine to prevent /reverse osteo arthritis of leg joints[knees], cervical spondylitis, back pain. Please also inform correct medication for the habit of murmuring/self talking which is very troublesome and highly irritating/embracing. Please help me.
I am a 33 year old male suffering from severe pain in the knees & slight pain in the joints of hands & shoulders, for the last 15 to 20 days. I have visited my family doctor & has been advised certain medicines like zyloric & acelofenac. My blood sugar is absolutely normal & uric acid level is 6. 7. Kindly, advise.
My right knee is inflamed with pain myburic acid is elevated as per lab exam. My fingers hurt and ang big toe in my right side hurts. I took advil 2 capsule this morning nothing else. Please help.
Hello, I'm 22 years old male and I'm facing knee pain since last 2 months please tell me what should I do for it?
How can I get rid of insomnia? I'm a student. I have so many work load on my head due to upcoming examination.
I have pain in my left knee joint and left side abdomen sometime often feel discomfort in my left testicle. It is not for whole day but it cause a way discomfort for and in some gesture more. There is a crunching sound in folding and opening of my left knee. Please suggest and get me out of this.
I had dislocated my knee cap on 21st of september. Almost 4 weeks are over .i am unable to lift my leg up on my own and also I am unable to bend my leg on my own. My MRI says that I have 1.marrow edema seen in patella and bilateral femoral condyle suggestive of trabecular fractures with bone bruise .2.partial tear of lateral collateral ligament noted. 3.grade-I-tear seen in anterior horn of lateral meniscus. 4.moderate knee joint effusion. Can you please tell me is all these things serious? What should I do? Could you please suggest me some exercises so that I can lift leg and bend my leg on my own. Please suggest me everything required please. Thank you so much.
Fibromyalgia is a condition characterised by extreme muscle pain that is followed by weakness, fatigue and issue with the state of mind. It is believed that fibromyalgia causes painful sensations by affecting the way your mind forms pain signals.
Indications now and then start after a physical injury, surgery, disease or critical mental anxiety. In different cases, side effects progressively show after some time with no single occasion that triggers it.
Here are some coping methods you can use to help yourself live well with fibromyalgia:
Minimize stress and tension in your life. Stress may play an essential part in activating fibromyalgia side effects and its symptoms. Many individuals with fibromyalgia tend to feel on the edge, anxious, and inactive around the time when the side effects fibromyalgia flare up.
Exclude yourself from unpleasant circumstances. People tend to amplify issues, making them appear to be far more prominent than they are. When you think of something to be a last chance situation, despite the fact that in reality, it is not, your body responds as though you are at risk. Work at treating your feelings as problems come by.
Make worksite adjustments. To continue working full-time, you should stay rationally and physically ready to handle your employment obligations. To keep away from stress and tension, you may need to give additional time during the day to complete your personal needs and sort out your problems. Converse with your manager and work out a timetable that allows you to manage your time.
Coordination. Coordination is important with an unending condition like fibromyalgia. Transparent conversations diminish the problems amongst you and your companion, family, friends and colleagues.
Figure out how to say no. Failing to say no to excessively numerous requests will make you overburdened. That will add to your anxiety level. To help yourself say ‘no’ to a convincing companion, consider the circumstance before you reply and also think about the time you will be saving.
Keep a diary. Writing in a diary consistently can turn into a great channel for analyzing yourself and your situation. A few people can also figure out when their fibromyalgia symptoms started. That can help them see how and when the symptoms began.
Take a hot shower. Take a hot shower, a hot tub bath, or a steam bath. To begin with, it will help you to unwind the muscles that are tense. It will also decrease the pain and make your muscles more flexible and effortless to move.
- Exercise frequently. As per physiotherapists, exercising routinely is vital to get rid of fibromyalgia. In light of the pain, delicate muscles, continuous weakness, and stiffness felt by individuals with fibromyalgia, many have turned out to be physically unfit. Hence, all of the above-mentioned treatments are very important in order to stay fit. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a rheumatologist.