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I have pain in my leg. When I rest about 2 -3 hours, I start pain for about 1 hour. Please suggest me.
Hey sir I am having question regarding Ebuxo 40 tab which my grandfather takes twice a day. His age is 66 years. And in the reports of uric acid the number shows between 4-5. And even he is suffering from an ankle pain. So I wanted to know is it necessary to take this tab twice a day or only one tab per day is enough. Thank You!
I had suffered from chikungunya. I was asked to take multivitamin and calcium tablet as I still am suffering with pain in my ankle and wrist. I would like to know till how long I need to continue taking these tablets. And what is the difference between common calcium tablets available eg shelcal available in d market and products nutrilite calcium tablets ie cal mag D and nutrilite multivitamin tablets.
Since there is occasional back pain - occasional pain in right testicle - occasional restriction in passage of urine - also swelling in umbilical area - under these conditions and since I am aged 65 years - what kind of condition I may be in please...."
I have got Achilles Tendonitis (severe pain in my Achilles tendon at the back of left foot) due to car driving and using the clutch excessively, I have not had any injury. Could it be due to uric acid and a gout attack? I have had past history of uric acid? should I take Feburic along with Combiflam. I am 48 years old, weight is higher than normal.
I am 27 year old male and have backache For last 8 months I have used pain ointment cream for couple of days but I have no relief I make my back x ray x ra y is also normal please help me an d I have gastric problem.
I walk for four to five hours daily and at night I suffered from severe back pain. Please suggest me some medicine. I need your help.
The knee is one of the most important joints of the human body. It bears the weight of the whole body and helps a person walk, sit, run etc. Given the amount of pressure the knee joint is put under, it is not surprising for a knee pain to be a common complaint. There are many factors that could cause knee pain. The most common amongst these are discussed below:
- Tendonitis The location where the pain is centred can say a lot about the factors causing it. A pain in the front of the knee is usually caused by overusing the knee. This can make the knee tendons swell up and cause pain every time the knee joint is used. This condition may also be known as a jumper’s knee as it is commonly experienced by runners and sportsmen.
- Bone chips: Injuries are common causes of knee pain. Some injuries can make the bones at the joint chip and break off. These fragments may get stuck in the joint and make it freeze. It can also cause swelling and pain, every time the knee is used.
- Bursitis: This is also known as Housemaid's knee because kneeling for long periods of time can trigger this type of pain. These types of repetitive knee movements can lead to a fluid build-up in the bursa or cushion of the knee joint.
- Haemarthrosis: Some injuries can affect the blood vessels in the knee joint. This can also cause internal bleeding. As a result of this bleeding, the knee joint ligaments may feel swollen and bruised. Pain caused by this condition often requires medical treatment. In severe cases, hospitalization may also be needed.
- Chondromalacia patellae: This type of knee pain is usually experienced by athletes and hence is also known as a runner’s knee. It may also be experienced by older people suffering from arthritis. The condition is marked by a deterioration and softening of cartilage on the knee cap. This may be the result of repeated stress on the knees, weak hamstrings or poor alignment of the leg bones due to a congenital defect.
- Osteoarthritis: Osteoarthritis causes a degeneration of cartilage in the joints. Without cartilage to cushion the bones, any movement can be very painful. Over time, it can damage the bones of the joint as well. Pain and stiffness are two characteristic symptoms of osteoarthritis.
- Torn meniscus: The cartilage that cushions the knee joint is known as the meniscus. Each knee joint has two menisci. Activities that put pressure on the knee joint can damage the meniscus and lead to a torn meniscus. This type of knee pain is worst whenever you touch the joint.
My husband is suffering from severe back pain and stiff neck. He has a family history of Ankolytis Spondylosis. I want to know if it is curable. He is 42 years and has been having this problem for past couple of years. It's just getting worse by the day. Please help and advice. Thanks.
Pain is unpleasant suffering caused by injury or illness. Back pain may be sudden/constant, dull, severe or not responding to short rest and medication. Constant pain in back in any region of spine for more than few days to weeks needs intervention.
- Pain which is intense especially at night requires urgent visit to a specialist.
- Sudden onset of pain in back with or without injury needs urgent attention.
- Back pain with difficulty in walking, pain while getting up from position of comfort, pain during change of posture or pain after prolonged sitting (for work) can lead to serious permanent damage, if left untreated.
- Pain which travels to one or both legs may be due to pressure on the nerve/s and if left untreated for long can lead to permanent weakness or damage.
- Pain associated with numbness, tingling or weakness in legs, especially below the knees, commonly called Sciatica, needs to be investigated. Various spinal ailments can lead to weakness in one or two limbs or all four limbs. There may be associated or isolated numbness (loss of sensation to touch, pain or temperature) without back pain.
- Numbness, tingling or weakness may be the only symptoms without any complaint or without history of back pain.
- Problems related to bladder control which may be difficulty to control, hesitancy in passing or dribbling of urine. There may be associated constipation. Loss of bowel/bladder control is caused by pressure on spinal cord &/or nerves which may be due to injury, infection, disc prolapse or tumor.
- Sudden swelling and redness in back usually happens after an injury or accident but sometimes are signs of underlying severe illness.
- Loss of normal shape/curvatures of spine can present with or without pain. It can lead to forward, sideways or rarely backward bending.
- Unintentional weight loss, loss of appetite, evening rise of fever or disturbed sleep with associated back pain/weakness/numbness needs visit to a specialist.