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Mid Back Pain Left Side

I am anand kotabagi male 60 years. With no bp and sugar with good health. From past 10 days I am getting back pain in mid portion of the back. It is mild. Pl suggest medicine.

Dr.Mohit Sharma 91% (243ratings)
BPTh/BPT, MIAP
Physiotherapist, Ghaziabad
I am anand kotabagi male 60 years. With no bp and sugar with good health. From past 10 days I am getting back pain in...
Better to do some exercises for pain relief. But please describe your condition in detail for better diagnosis and right physiotherapy treatment for it. You can consult about it on online chat or call with me on my profile. Till then I am telling you some exercises for it try these and you will surely get good results. A. 1. Lie on the back on the bed or a mat with both legs extended. 2. Move the left knee up to the chest. Use both hands to pull the knee gently closer to the chest. 3. Hold this stretch for 5 seconds before returning to the starting position. 4. Perform this exercise 10 times on each leg. 5. Than do the same with both legs together for 10 times. B. 1. Lie flat on the back on the bed or a mat and bend the knees. Put the arms under your head or on chest. 2. Keeping the knees together, turn them towards the bed on the left side. 3. Make sure that both shoulders stay firmly against the bed or mat. Hold this position for up to 10 seconds. 4. Slowly lift the knees and turn towards the right side and again hold for 10 seconds. 5. Do ten moves to both sides. C. 1. Lie on the back on a bed or mat. Bend the knees and keep the arms by the sides. Place the palms on the mat. 2. Gently raise the pelvis and lower back off the mat (upwards). Hold this position for 5 seconds. 3. Slowly return to the starting position (down). 4. Repeat up to 10 times. D. Extention exercise: lying in prone position and extending your upper back with the support of your hands. Like cobra position. Hold for 5 seconds and than come back down. Repeat for 5-10 times. E. Use hot pack for 15 minutes thrice a day. Exercises to be done thrice a day. Do all exercises under the limit of pain, don't over stress or over strech. F. Use limbo-sacral belt for back support. Avoid long standing, long sitting, walking, stairs for a. Week. Take more rest if possible. If you have any doubt, you can chat or call me to discuss your case in detail.
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Hi I have chronic neck and shoulder pain since past few months. The pain sometimes travel to fingers and also temple (side of head). The pain has spread to the back muscles and along the spine till mid region. I have tried acupuncture and now have constant pain at one spot in the left shoulder along with burning sensation. What should I do or whom should meet to get my issues fixed?

Dr.Karuna Chawla 96% (87413ratings)
BHMS
Homeopathy Doctor, Noida
Hi I have chronic neck and shoulder pain since past few months. The pain sometimes travel to fingers and also temple ...
You need to do an x-ray of cervical spines. You can do the following exercises for neck pain a person can ease the symptoms of cervical spondylosis/ neck pain with a few simple neck exercises. 1. Neck stretchkeep your body straight. Push your chin forward in a way that stretches the throat. Softly tense the neck muscles. Hold this for 5 seconds.Return your head to its center position. Push your head back with the chin held high, and hold for 5 seconds. Carry out 5 repetitions. 2. Neck tilttilt your head forward so that the chin touches the chest. Softly tense the neck muscles. Hold this for 5 seconds. Return the head to a neutral position. Carry out 5 repetitions. 3. Neck tilt (side-to-side) lean your head down towards either shoulder, leading with the ear. Softly tense the neck muscles. Hold this for 5 seconds. Return your head to the center and repeat on the other shoulder. Carry out 5 repetitions. 4. Neck turn turn your head to one side as far as it remains comfortable, being sure to keep your chin at a level height. Tense your neck muscles for 5 seconds. Return the head to a central position. Repeat on the opposite side. Repeat this exercise 5 times on each side. You can contact me for a detailed consultation.
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I'm 23 years old, unmarried women, I am experiencing pain in my lower abdomen since last 8 months. The pain typically occurs after my menses and lasts uptill mid cycle and then it normalizes. The pain is localised to both sides right and left in pelvic region, sometimes it radiates to legs and lower back. The pain is cramps and dull type like it occurs in menses. In the last cycle the pain started 2-3 days early before my menses decreased during menses and then started again after 6 days. The pain is increasing in intensity in successive cycles. I'm not constipated, my bowel bladder habits are regular. I don't have any digestion problems. There is no aggravating and relieving factors. On 2 episodes I noticed my urine to be brownish in colour, it was painless and I don't remember the timing it occurred. I also noticed I have less bleeding since 6-7 months, I have 6 days of bleeding during menses but now I have bleeding only 2 days after that very scanty bleeding till day 6. Kindly help! I have done a usg scan it shows normal ovaries but mild fluid collection in pouch of douglas. Doctors said everything is normal. Kindly help as I don't think it's normal.

Dr.Abhishek Kumar 86% (20ratings)
MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
I'm 23 years old, unmarried women, I am experiencing pain in my lower abdomen since last 8 months. The pain typically...
1. Get cbc blood test report done. It will definitely reveal hb% below 10 mg/dl. 2. You should start proper hematinics (brand matters a lot) in appropriate dosage and continue for one month. That's it. 3. If you find it helpful, you may consult me privately.
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Hi Sir, I am suffering from the problem of uneven hips and heart paining. Please help me to cure it.

Dr.Julie Mercy J David 91% (33637ratings)
Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
Hi Sir, I am suffering from the problem of uneven hips and heart paining. Please help me to cure it.
6 imbalances that cause pain—and how to fix them "pain is a medical condition and a medical issue, says brett jones, owner of applied strength in pittsburgh who is certified for the functional movement screen, a system of tests and corrective exercise strategies. "it's a warning sign. The pain is there to tell you something's wrong. And that warning sign could be more serious than "you're going too hard. Jones and the other coaches consulted for this piece all had a horror story to tell-when pain in a client meant a more serious condition such as a nerve issue, thyroid issue, or even cancer. The point: if you experience regular pain while exercising-or when you're not-go to the doctor. If you've been cleared by a doc and you're still feeling discomfort, try these simple tests to see what's truly causing the pain-it could be related to an imbalance in a completely different part of your body. The good news: with these drills, stretches, and corrective exercises, you may be able to fix them-no doctors necessary. Neck pain and headaches? Could be your shoulders. If you're experiencing these symptoms and have been cleared by a doctor, check out the height of your shoulders, says aaron brooks, a biomechanics expert and owner of perfect postures in auburndale, ma. "look in the mirror and see if one shoulder is higher or lower than the other, he says. If one of your shoulders is higher than the other, you'll be strengthening one more than the other, and it may wind up pulled forward more than the other-resulting an inward rotation of that hand. "when you do a row or a press, that side's going to get pinched. There's less room in the shoulder. You can wind up with bursitis or tendonitis. Or headaches and neck pain. Fix it: if the mirror test shows they're uneven, try this single-arm doorway stretch, brooks says. To do it, stand inside the threshold of a door, and place your right forearm inside the door on the right side of the jamb, palm against the jamb at about shoulder height. In this position, twist your chest slightly through the door to stretch your chest-alternately, you can take a step forward with your right foot, keeping your left foot in the threshold. This stretch will open your chest muscles and create room in your shoulder for movement. Pair that stretch with this mid-back strengthening exercise: grab a resistance band and stretch it in front of your chest so that your arms are straight out to the sides from your shoulders, palms facing up. At the full extension of your arms, the band should be stretched out. Return to clap your hands in front, and repeat the movement. Pair these two moves-in this order-three times per week. Shoulders even? Your headaches could be from a forward-leaning head. If you don't see an imbalance in the height of your shoulders, turn to the side, says robert taylor, owner of smarter team training in baltimore. If your head is jutting far forward of your shoulders, it could ultimately decrease the amount of blood flow to your head and neck. "the head leans forward, the spine leans forward, and it puts unnecessary stress on the lower spine too, he says. With the decreased blood flow to your thinking cap, you could get headaches. Fix it: increase blood flow up top and return your head to its natural, up-tall position by strength training your neck, taylor says. Try this one-arm shrug to even things out: sit on an upright bench, like one you'd use for a shoulder press. Holding a dumbbell in your right hand, place your left hand under your left butt cheek and grab the side of the seat. Let your right hand hang down straight by your side and pull your shoulder blades back and together. Now raise your right shoulder up towards your ear-raise it straight up instead of rolling your shoulder. Hold for a beat at the top, and then return to the start position. Complete a set of 10, and repeat on the other side. Knee pain when you run? Could be your hips. "the knee has two bad neighbors-the hip and the ankle, jones says. The pain you feel in your knee could very well be tightness or immobility in those bad neighbors. "they sweep all their leaves into the knee's yard. Everyone blames the knee, but it's the neighbors. To see if your hips have a proper level of mobility, lay on your back in a doorway so that the middle of your kneecap is right on the threshold. Relax your arms at your sides, palms up. Bring your feet together, toes pointed at the ceiling. Pull your toes towards your shins to create a 90-degree angle at the ankle. Keep one leg straight and still as you slowly raise the other leg until either your knee bends on your raising leg, or your bottom foot bends or turns out to the side. "see if the knobby part of your ankle can make it past the door frame, jones says. If it does, your hips are plenty mobile-check the ankle test below to see if that's causing some knee issues. If either ankle can't make it, foam roll your hips and glutes, and then work on this stretch using a belt or strap for instant improvement. Fix it: lying in the same position as during the test, wrap a strap or belt around one foot and raise it until you just start to feel a stretch-not to the level where it's all the stretch you can take, but just the beginning of the stretch, jones says. Once here, bring your other leg up to meet it. Return the non-strapped leg to the floor. At this point, you may find that the strapped leg can come up a little higher. When it does, bring the non-strapped leg up to meet it again. Continue until you no longer feel progress in the strapped leg, and switch. Hips moving ok? Check your ankles. If your hips are mobile (and even if they're not), ankle mobility can also lead to knee pain, says mike perry, owner of skill of strength in north chelmsford, mass. Who is certified in the functional movement screen. To see how mobile your ankles are (or aren't), assume a one-knee position facing a wall. Your knees should both form 90-degree angles, and the toe of your planted foot should be about four inches from the wall. In this position, perry says, try to glide your knee over the pinky toe to touch the wall without lifting your heel. If you can reach the wall, your ankle is gliding correctly. If your foot comes up before your knee touches the wall, your calves are "incredibly tight, perry says. Fix it: to help remedy this issue, foam roll your calves and try this variation on that ankle test from brett jones. Assume the same half-kneeling position, and place the point of a broomstick on the pinky toe of your planted foot. Hold the stick so it's touching the outside of your knee. With the stick in this position, keeping your knee from flaring out to the side, glide the knee forward slowly, stopping when your heel leaves the ground. If you perform this as a drill, jones says, you can see as much as half an inch of improvement in the first session. If you feel pain during the drill, stop and consult a physician. Lower-back tightness? Might be your hips. As with knee pain, back discomfort often isn't a back problem at all, brooks says. If one side of your pelvis is higher than the other, it can result in back pain, hip pain, groin pain, or even knee pain. "if you try to do a lunge, the knee on the high side will cave in and the hip will angle inward, brooks says. The repercussions of this change over time can be knee pain, a patella tear, a medial meniscus injury, or hip bursitis. But back to your back-the unevenness of your hips can pull on your lower back, causing that tightness while sitting all day. Fix it: if you notice your hips are uneven, try this hip abduction exercise. Lie on your back with knees bent and feet flat on the floor, hip-width apart (the classic sit-up position). Wrap a small resistance band around your knees so that it's already a little tight while your knees are together. Now press out against the strap to separate your knees until they form a v-shape, holding at the outermost edge of the press for a few moments. This move helps to fix the hip imbalance because "in the lying position, the muscles that are causing the pelvis to be out of alignment are shut off, brooks says. Repeat for 2 sets of 20 reps, 3 times per week.
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My left ankle has been hurting for more than 6 years now. For last 2 yrs, even my left knee has been hurting me. My knee used to get locked in the night (happened about 3-4 times). I suffer from mid back and lower back pain too. Sometimes, there's stiffness, I can't move my back. I had vit d and vit b12 deficiencies and I took supplements for about 2-3 months but there is no improvement in my leg or back. I got x-rays done and they seem normal. Also, I recently got diagnosed of early cervical spondylosis. Kindly help.

Dr.Karuna Chawla 96% (87413ratings)
BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
My left ankle has been hurting for more than 6 years now. For last 2 yrs, even my left knee has been hurting me. My k...
You can do the following exercises for neck pain. a person can ease the symptoms of cervical spondylosis/ neck pain with a few simple neck exercises. 1. Neck stretch keeps your body straight. Push your chin forward in a way that stretches the throat. Softly tense the neck muscles. Hold this for 5 seconds. Return your head to its center position. Push your head back with the chin held high, and hold for 5 seconds. Carry out 5 repetitions. 2. Neck tilttilt your head forward so that the chin touches the chest. Softly tense the neck muscles. Hold this for 5 seconds. Return the head to a neutral position. Carry out 5 repetitions. 3. Neck tilt (side-to-side) lean your head down towards either shoulder, leading with the ear. Softly tense the neck muscles. Hold this for 5 seconds. Return your head to the center and repeat on the other shoulder. Carry out 5 repetitions. 4. Neck turn turn your head to one side as far as it remains comfortable, being sure to keep your chin at a level height. Tense your neck muscles for 5 seconds. Return the head to a central position. Repeat on the opposite side. Repeat this exercise 5 times on each side. You can contact me for a detailed consultation.
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I have uti which was hard for me get over. I try a lot of treatment but no avail the pain keep coming back any time after I urinate. Because of the this infection I have been carefully taking care of sugar consumption. All the time I have sexual problems from pe to ed. Sometime things get much better. However, since last week I noticed some frequency of pain that starts from the top left side of my bladder to the tube connecting to the testicles. The pain don't use to be frequent but it start coming to often for days continuously. Then I stop having erection when I sleep, this realization strike me, I started having less sleep because of worry about sex life, because I hardly have a normal erection like before, at least with the better presence is lost. I'm serious depress about my life. I don't know where im heading. Definitely uncertain moments for me now. Please, I need help.

Dr.Karuna Chawla 96% (87413ratings)
BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I have uti which was hard for me get over. I try a lot of treatment but no avail the pain keep coming back any time a...
The best way to treat erectile dysfunction without medication is by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles with kegel exercises. These are often associated with women looking to strengthen their pelvic area during pregnancy, but they can be effective for men looking to regain full function of the penis. Firstly, find the pelvic floor muscles. You can achieve this by stopping mid-stream two or three times the next time you urinate. The muscles you can feel working during this process are the pelvic floor muscles, and they will be the focus of kegel exercises. One kegel exercise consists of tightening and holding these muscles for 5 seconds and then releasing them. Try to do between 10 and 20 repetitions each day. This may not be possible when you first start doing the exercises. However, they should become easier over time. You should be able to notice an improvement after 6 weeks. Make sure you are breathing naturally throughout this process and avoid pushing down as if you are forcing urination. Instead, bring the muscles together in a squeezing motion. Aerobic exercise, such a jog or even a brisk walk, can also help the blood to circulate better and can help improve ED in men who have circulation issues.
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Sir, I have done my laboratory tests like urine and blood such as urine ph, m, n, and RBC, WBC, platelet TLC, left but every test is fully normal and good but I am feeling mid abdomen pain and mid back pain and burning sensation in chest and feeling like the air not moving properly on body, the doctor sir suggested me to take rabeprazole dsr one tablet in morning and sucralfate syrup 4 time and mint oil capsule between the meal.

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, Fellowship of Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo Surgeons (FIAGES)
General Surgeon, Meerut
Sir, I have done my laboratory tests like urine and blood such as urine ph, m, n, and RBC, WBC, platelet TLC, left bu...
You should also get ultrasound abdomen and chest X-ray done. Avoid spicy oily food, avoid addictions if any drink plenty of fluids and take fruits and green vegetables.
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