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Hi i' m 32 Years old male.My weight is 97 kgs. I started feeling lower back pain when I stand for long time or while walking. Is it a serious problem, please suggest to get relief from it. Thanks doctors.
I have problem in my back my age is 44 after the consulting I got the MRI of LUMBOSACRAL SPINE IN REPORT "MRI examination performed for lumbosacral spine and images were obtained in axial and sagittal planes using echo T1 and T2W sequences. THE STUDY REVEALS STRAIGHTENING OF LUMBAR SPINE. Marginal osteophytes formation seen along the paradiscal margins of lumbar vertebrae. Type I end plate degenerative changes are seen at L4-L5 level. However visualized vertebra are normal in height, alignment and marrow signal intensity. All lumbar intervertebral discs expect L5-S1 show degenerative changes with L2-L3, L4-L5 and L5-S1 showing small right paracentral protrusion mildly compressing the thecal sac. No other significant disc bulge / herniation is seen. Distal dorsal cord and conus medullaris reveal normal intensity pattern. Pre/para spinal soft tissue planes appear normal. So this is in the report so now what precautions should I take and which medicine and exercise should I do.
I am 63 years old and a diabetic patient. Diabetic is under control. But for the past 6 months I am having some pain on the left shoulders. When I went for diabetic check they have checked my Vitamin D and found its deficiency and has given medicines to mitigate that. But even after 3 after that the pain continues to unabated. Therefore I have consulted a senior ortho who has prescribed some calcium tablet and suggested some exercises which I am following diligently. But still the pain is still not abated. What should I do?
My mother suffers from arthritis. Main joint affected is knee. She takes lot of medicines daily but still suffers lot of pain daily. Please tell what to do. Doctors say there is no cure. I do not know why. It will be helpful if you tell.(1) Please tell a proper diet plan to follow and things to avoid. And please tell every thing she can eat so that she does not feel bore with same food daily.(2) Please also tell how can diet help.(3) She also goes for physiotherapy who claims will cure her disease.(4) What more can be done other than a good diet, please tell.(5) Once doctor gave her a injection in her knee to take out liquid from knee. Please tell what is that for.(6) PLEASE HELP.
I am 30 years old. I always have pain my legs. The look so weak. Pls guide me what should I take to improve my condition. Do I need to take calcium and vitamin d tablets?
I am 19 years old and my lower back pains but I DO EXERCISE BUT WHAT SHOULD I DO for permanent relief?
Sir, my mother was suffering from rheumatic pains ; Which tests will confirm for knee joint replacement?
Osteoporosis is a condition wherein the bones become brittle and weak; so much so that even mildly stressful activities such as coughing, bending over or even a slight fall (such as the one from a high rise chair) can result in fractures. Osteoporosis-related fractures commonly occur in the spine, hip or the wrist. The human body has a continuous mechanism of bone absorption and removal. In case of osteoporosis, the creation of new bones doesn’t happen in accordance with the removal of old bones.
The bones of the spine get extremely vulnerable to breakage and even cracking open. The fractures in the spine, also known as vertebral compression fractures can cause a sharp stinging pain in the back that may make sitting, standing, or even walking a very tardy task.
Abnormally less or high body weight
Menopause or low levels of sex hormones
Gender: This disorder is more likely to affect women as compared to men. Also women, who are above 50 are more likely to suffer from this debilitating disorder.
Race is a significant risk factor of osteoporosis. If you are of Asian descent, you are more likely to be affected by it.
Having a family history of osteoporosis will put you at a greater risk of this disorder.
Fractured or collapsed vertebra causing back pain
A stooped posture
A shrunken appearance (as if one has had loss of height)
Very fragile bones, thus increasing risks of fractures
Severe and sudden pain in the back
Difficulty in twisting or bending the body
Lower spine fractures are way more troublesome as compared to fractures in the upper spine. Fracturing more than a bone in the spine also remains a huge possibility.
Diagnosis and Treatment:
Firstly, an X-ray or a computerized tomography (CT scan) will be done to have a closer look at the bones. A bone density test is another commonly used method of diagnosing osteoporosis.
Steroids and medications: Some medications may be used to prevent or combat osteoporosis. These include alendronate, ibandronate, risedronate and zoledronic acid.
Physical therapy: Just like muscles, bones get stronger too when you exercise. Weight-bearing and muscle- strengthening exercises are the most helpful in this regard and are considered best for the treatment of osteoporosis. Cardiovascular exercises such as walking, jogging or even swimming can prove to be immensely beneficial.
Diet: Make a diet chart that includes high-calcium food items, dairy products such as yogurt, cheese, and low-fat milk, tofu, green vegetables such as collard greens and broccoli, sea fish such as salmon and sardines.
Salt: Limit salt intake
Therapy: Hormone replacement therapy (treatment method consisting of estrogens to alleviate and treat symptoms of osteoporosis) is another method of treatment that can be recommended by the doctor. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.
I am having frequent back pains. I spend close to 15 hours on mobile or laptop for work or personal preference. Any suggestions on this? any reference material that can be used?
Sir, I have little back pain since 3 months, I have tried some pain killers but did not get permanent solution. Please guide me what to do.
I have a back pain and that was from last 8 year I concern with Dr. At R m l hospital but I have a steel problem on my back I have also done Physiotherapist and m r I but I didn't get any solution I have pain in my vein which started both of shoulder and then going down near right hand side of stomach and then on my butt.
These days I'm suffering from back pain, I use to take aplazoram also to avoid tension, what to do ,pls help me.
I have eye dryness due to heavy usage of system and have back pain so that I can't work for long time. Please Suggest.
A broken nose is any crack or fracture in the bony portion of the nose. This is usually a result of external trauma.
Nasal fractures are often cited as the most common type of facial fracture, accounting for approximately half of all facial fractures in several studies.
Broken Nose Causes:
Common sources of trauma include the following:
Motor vehicle accidents
In children, nasal fractures are most commonly due to falls.
Broken Nose Symptoms:
Tenderness when touching the nose
Swelling of the nose or face
Bruising under the eyes (black eye)
Deformity of the nose (crooked nose)
Pain and difficulty breathing out of the nostrils
If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult the doctor and ask a free question.
Decline in muscle strength and flexibility, slower balance reflexes and some vision problems are some of the prevalent causes of falling down amongst elders.