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Sometimes I wake up with pain in the toes of my right foot. Sometimes it starts in the evenings. What's the cause. How to get relief.
Hello Lybrate Doctors, I am 28 years old working lady. Around from last 1 year my back, knees, shoulders are aching and I am having very much difficulty in sitting & getting up after sitting. I feel like I am getting old & these are symptoms of weak bones due to ageing. I don't need medicines but some home remedies like please suggest some healthy drinks. Will women horlicks work in my case ?Thanks in advance.
I have both shoulder burning pain with shoulder weakness when I lift any things also feel pain in back neck and also feel tired all time I have done R. A test anti ccp CRP ESR and ANA and urine test all are normal I am taking pregaba d 75 medicine but nothing help me please guide me in this matter how can I get diagnosis of same condition pain also in my upper arm and hand elbow joints.
Hi, Please suggest. Can hair rooting be done for moustache as I have been operated for cleft lips 3 times I am 20 years old and have a surgery mark above my lips.
Hello doctor why now days if I am doing masturbate after 1 or 2 days when I am walking I am feeling some needle or pinching sensation in my foot after if I am not doing masturbate for 20 r 30 days it is slowly disappearing.
I am having curly hairs so my hairs are not healthy, not smooth, every time fizzy, they get damage very easily from roots and they are very thin in volume. Please tell how can I make my hair smooth and increase its volume.
I am 31 years old and I want to know about my hair. Its full white.Please suggest something for that.
Sir I'm having a lot of pubic hair. When I shaved I'm getting itching. I have lot of hair between buttocks near the back hole how to remove that hair. Shaving or either any is there?
I have hip pain exactly one year back I met with an accident then it was a acl tear then it healed by itself. Now hip pain occurring on same leg.
The hair is greying too much now. The entire top phase of my head is almost grey. I eat properly. Have done everything. What to do now?
Is there any problem in growing a lot of hair in armpits. I haven't shaved my armpits since the hair started growing there.(from age 12. Now I am 25. And there is a lot of hair there. It stinks most of the time. But I don't like to remove the hair. Is there any issues?
I came to know that in internet that Applying arnica Montana by mixing it with water and applying it on the beard area and moving the razor over it and repeating this process every 3rd day for one month Does this homeopathic method really helps to grow hairs on face? please help.
Hello actually my right side face is paining while I am chewing food the pain is more near ear area it is paining since today morning I am very afraid pls help me pls reply fast. And also when I am chewing from left side it paining a lot and when I chew from right side the pain is less pls reply now. And tell me is it serious.
I am 23 old male and I am getting white hair slowly. What should I do. Also I am very thin, needs to increase my weight also. Please suggest. Thank you.
How castor oil works for hair? Is this helpful for the hair loss? I used castor pil in childhood. No am 21 years old. My problem is hair loss. I went with some biotin supplements and also onion mask. But not stopped. I stopped to use everything. Now m feeling that I think blood circulation problem thats why its not regrowing and its falling. In past I had thick and long hair which was attracting everyone. I was depressed a lot. But not now. So m trying the last thing castor oil. So is this helpful for blood circulation to the hair.
Hello. This is Anusha. M having calcium deficiency (5.1) m getting joints pain specially knees and hands. So my doctor gave calcium chewable supplements. And I told about my joints pain so my doctor said that "u have alcium deficiency and also you have vitamin D deficiency" so weekly once am having vitamin D chewable supplement which is suggested by my doctor. So is there any food to have all these vitamins and calcium. How to overcome from this problem?
1) What benefit are from our body hair and what is not? 2) Why I get always from common cold? 3) Why I have unwanted hair more and how can I remove it permanently?
Hair fall is not a problem as long as it is within the healthy range. In fact, as part of a normal cycle of hair growth, a person loses between 50- 100 strands of hair per day. The problem arises when the daily hair fall is more than 200 with little or no hair growth. In some cases, the hair growth may be slower than usual. All these factors may trigger thinning of the scalp, a condition commonly known as Alopecia. In some cases, the situation gets so bad that it results in baldness (both in males and females).
Alopecia can be of two types:
- Scarring Alopecia: Here, chances of a hair regrowth is next to impossible as scarring alopecia results in complete destruction of the hair follicles.
- Non-Scarring Alopecia: This is less severe with a strong possibility of hair regrowth as non-scarring alopecia does not destroy the hair follicles.
What triggers severe hair fall or Alopecia in men and women?
Hair fall or Alopecia is no longer a problem associated with old age (Diffuse Alopecia). Young adults (both men and women), in their mid 20's and 30's are suffering from Alopecia. While there may be many factors responsible for alopecia, some of the common and critical triggers are
- Genetics and hereditary: In some people, Alopecia may be more of a genetic and hereditary problem, a condition that is medically known as Androgenic Alopecia. Androgenic Alopecia can affect all and sundry, irrespective of their age and sex. Androgenic alopecia in males is known as Male Pattern Baldness and in females as Female Pattern Baldness. While the hair fall is rapid and severe, the hair growth is slow. In some cases, the hair follicles cease to grow beyond a certain length, resulting in short hair.
- Pregnancy: Many women suffer from a type of alopecia called Telogen Effluvium during their pregnancy. The condition is often a reversible and temporary problem that improves with time. Hormonal changes, stress, fatigue, insomnia and related pregnancy woes may trigger the severe hair fall during pregnancy. Some women also suffer from postpartum hair fall. The trigger here can be an imbalance in the estrogen level, the use of birth control pills, or even stress.
- Hormonal Imbalance: Hormonal imbalance can wreak havoc, giving rise to serious health complications with alopecia being one of them. Androgen (male sex hormone) is one such hormone whose imbalance can trigger Alopecia. The elevated levels of Androgen in the hair follicles are known to inhibit the hair growth. Hair loss can also be an outcome of Estrogen (female sex hormone) deficiency. Some women who had their menopause are likely to suffer from Alopecia.
- Certain medical conditions such as Alopecia Areata (an Autoimmune disorder that triggers sudden and rapid hair fall with the appearance of bald patches on the scalp), Scalp infections, Dermatological problems ( Lichen Planus, Sarcoidosis), PCOS, Thyroid problems, to name a few, are often responsible for severe hair fall.
- Some other factors that may result in alopecia include, excessive use of hair styling products, rapid weight loss, surgery, trauma, or a person undergoing radiation therapy.
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Osteogenesis Imperfecta or brittle bone disease weakens bones and causes them to break easily. This condition is frequently seen in children at birth, but it only develops in children who have a history of brittle bone disease in their family. Depending on the severity of the development of the disease, children can face anything from a couple of bone fractures to hearing loss, problems in the spinal cord, permanent deformation of bone structure, and heart failure. About one in every 20,000 babies develops brittle bone disease and it is equally spread out throughout different ethnic groups and genders.
It is caused due to a defect in the gene that helps in the production of type 1 collagen, which is a protein used in the creation of bones. This defect of gene is hereditary and is thought to be caused due to certain genetic mutations.
There are four main types of brittle bone disease, namely Type 1 OI, Type 2 OI, Type 3 OI, and Type 4 OI.
- Type 1 is the most common and mild with development of fragile bones that are prone to fracture, and teeth problems such as cavities and dental cracks. It is not common among adults.
- Type 2 is the most severe form of the disease and potentially fatal. The body is unable to produce needed collagen resulting in formation of narrow chest, underdeveloped lungs and ill structured ribs in babies.
- Type 3 OI results in fracture in bones in children even before birth and may result in worsening of bone structure deformities as the child grows up.
- Lastly, Type 4 has symptoms both severe and mild. It is similar to Type 3 as it is caused due to production of lower quality collagen. Children suffering from this type of brittle bone disease are born bow legged, but the condition reduces over time.
The symptoms experienced by patients suffering from this condition vary from type to type. It is common knowledge that the most glaring symptom is fragility in bones, but there are many other symptoms that may appear as the cases grow more severe. Some patients report development of deformities, while others experience fractured bones without apt injuries. Loose joints, bowed arms and legs, week teeth, abnormal curving of the upper section of the spine, scoliosis, loss of hearing, heart defects, blue sclera (thinning in the collagen fibers), and respiratory issues are also frequently documented symptoms.
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