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My dad 45 year old, he is a farmer. While working he didn't get any leg pain but on sitting or on relaxation the leg got pain from top to bottom. My dad taken the treatment but no useful. Please suggest what can we do?
I have severe lower back pain for last one month. The pain is unbearable and no improvement. Doctor says xray normal and muscles might be week. Earlier taken diclofenac and getting reduction in pain while taking this tablet but pain starts again if I discontinue the tablet. Presently taking nemuslide morning and night. Still pain is there 25% reduced pain while taking tablet. Route cause is still not diagnosed, I am worried, please help.
Hi Doctor, I have minor knee pain past one month I consulted with Ortho specialist and they advised to take MRI scan after 5 days of medicine, I took the MRI scan, below are my MRI scan report, could some one advice what kind of treatment I need to take. 1) Grade I Strain of infrapatellar tendon near inferior pole of patella and near its tibial attachment. 2) Grade I articular cartilage edema seen in medial, lateral patellar facet and lateral trochlea. 3) Chromic Grade I ACL Strain 4) Minimal join effusion extending into suprapatellar recess. 5) Grade II mucoid degeneration changes seen in body of medial meniscus.
I am having meniscus tear in my knee after getting injured playing rugby. After a few months the pain has subsided and motion has returned, so I started to play again. But during specific movements, my knee tends to give away. Some doctors are suggesting to go to surgery while some are suggesting physiotherapy. Which should I choose keeping in mind that I am only in my 20s and need to come back to sports as soon as possible.
As I got back pain and after scanning I came to known it's kidney Stone, so better I go for operation or any treatment is available.
I am 23 year old male and I have a problem of back pain and hair loss and I want to a good ed icine please help me to leave this problem.
Hi Doctor, My sister 35 old suffering with back bone pain since few weeks. She has sugar also. As suggested by gen physician, we went for MRI scan. Scan details as follows: Lumbar SPONDYLOSIS DIFFUSE DISC BULGE AT L4-L5 CAUSING THECAL SAC INDENTATION & NARROWING OF BILATERAL NEURAL FORAMINA CENTRAL POSTERIOR DISC PROTRUSION WITH LIGAMENTUM FLAVUM HYPERTROPHY AT LS-S1 CAUSING MILD CANAL STENOSIS & NARROWING OF BILATERAL NEURAL FORAMINA. Please suggest which category doctor to consult, severity of issue, brief about treatment. Hi Doctor, My sister 35 old suffering with back bone pain since few weeks. She has sugar also. As suggested by gen physician, we went for MRI scan. Scan details as follows: Lumbar SPONDYLOSIS DIFFUSE DISC BULGE AT L4-L5 CAUSING THECAL SAC INDENTATION & NARROWING OF BILATERAL NEURAL FORAMINA CENTRAL POSTERIOR DISC PROTRUSION WITH LIGAMENTUM FLAVUM HYPERTROPHY AT LS-S1 CAUSING MILD CANAL STENOSIS & NARROWING OF BILATERAL NEURAL FORAMINA. Please suggest which category doctor to consult, severity of issue, brief about treatment.
An elementary knowledge of biology tells you how important joints are for the overall functionality of a human body. If not for biology experience teaches us the inevitable importance of joints. The link between a tooth and the jawbone is also a joint. Without joints the human body would have been in bits and pieces.
Having known that, you should also try to remember or understand how disabling joint pains can be. They hardly let you move a limb and can also cripple you for life. Knee joint pain can hinder a person's free movement. Knees bear the entire load of your body; they support your frame. Knee joint pain should therefore be a cause for alarm.
1.Maintain a healthy weight:Carrying extra pounds can exert additional pressure on your joints and contribute to knee pain. If you're overweight, losing as little as 5 percent of your body weight can help relieve the stress on your knees. Talk to your doctor about developing a healthy eating plan and exercise program to help you lose weight sensibly.
2.Find a low-impact exercise you enjoy:Talk to your doctor before beginning an exercise program. Good choices for people with knee pain include walking and swimming. Be sure to warm up before and cool down after exercising. Avoid hilly terrain and high-impact activities like running and jumping, as these can worsen knee pain.
3.Give physical therapy a try:Physical and occupational therapy often are helpful for people with knee pain. A physical therapist can help design an exercise program that fits your individual ability level and teach you proper techniques to spare your joints. Occupational therapy can teach you how to reduce strain on your knees in your daily activities.
4.Get enough rest and relaxation:Sure, physical activity is important, but rest and relaxation can go a long way to promote good health - and reduce pain. Achieve a healthy balance in your life by learning stress-relief techniques like deep breathing and meditation.
5.Make sure you're getting enough sleep:No question-arthritis pain can interfere with a good night's sleep. However, proper sleep is necessary for overall health, so if you are having trouble sleeping, talk to your doctor. Proper pain management can help break the cycle to help you slumber soundly.
6.Use Ice and/or Heat:For many people with arthritis pain, ice can help relieve pain and swelling and heat can help ease stiffness. Ask your doctor about how to safely use an ice pack and/or a warm towel or heating pad. A hot shower in the morning or warm bath before bed at night also may be helpful.
7.Apply a topical pain reliever:A number of over-the-counter and prescription creams, gels, sprays and patches are available to help relieve arthritis pain. These pain relievers contain ingredients like capsaicin, salicylates, menthol, or a combination of medicines. Ask your doctor if one of these products might be right for you.
8.Consider Injections:Persistent arthritis pain may respond to treatment with injections. Available options include corticosteroids, which can be used up to 2 or 3 times a year to relieve severe pain, and hyaluronic acid, which can help replenish lubricating substances in the knee. Talk to your doctor about the benefits and risks of injectable treatments for knee pain.
09.Talk to Your Doctor about Surgery:If you have severe osteoarthritis symptoms that interfere with daily life and do not respond to conservative treatment, surgery may be necessary. Ask your doctor about arthroscopic procedures or total knee replacement, may be necessary.