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I am 45 years old. I have pain in heels, feel like burn in foot (heel portion). Even I drink much water. Please suggest me what should I do? I have no any health problem. I am slim.
I am 22 years old male and have backache for last 2 years. I have used pain relief ointment cream for couple of days but haven't got any relief. What should I do now?
Hi, last sunday I uplift my daughter from monday my lower back is paining too much, I had physiotherapy (heating.
My wife's right hand wrist hand hair line fracture two years back. Now doctors say it is trauma arthritis. Hand pains really a lot. Not able to sleep properly. Taking pain killers and other medicine. What is the solution and how long it will take to recover.
Is there a solution for my mother who is suffering from Arthritis and Blood Sugar, We do not want to go for the costly Knee operations for her.
Dear Sir, I am 32 year old man. I am suffering from left leg and hand pain in regular and shortness breathing with sneezing and wheeziness in night and morning time. Some time I am walking and siting in office. My BP is normal. Please advice and help.
I am suffering from muscle cramps in my abdomen and chest since 5 to 6 years, Doctors told me to increase water intake, but I drink more than 2 litres of water daily then too I suffer from severe cramps, my age is 43, male and my weight is 73 kg, please help me out, this problem becomes more severe in winter.
My left hand wrist pains when I use it for lifting or something. Just giving some pressure to it makes pain. What to do?
My mother 68 years old. Going to get knees transplant. Before that doctors prescribed an vaccination zollidronic acid 5mg will you suggest any good company for this injection.
I am 28 year old and married. From last month I feel weekness and pain in knee area and below that. I dont even feel like eating and when I try to eat forcefully then vomiting type things started. Please suggest me.
I am a student and my age is 25. I ask you one question that my some parts of my body feel tired like - face, nose, backbone and when I chop it by stretch then it make a single sound and my whole tiredness go away and it may be 2-3 times a day basically I think the backbone and other bones felt tired due to regular sit at one place for study but what 's going wrong with my nose and face when tired show at my face then I stretch my face and chop my nose then it make one sound then after all pains are gone.
How to solve the problems in the joints and painful to our body. And what can I do for solve this problem tell me?
How much rest is required for a ligament injury as I am suffering it from a year or so for me its difficult to sit in ind position for a long time especially with legs crossed.
A broken bone is medically termed as a fracture.Fractures are linked with age as bones tend to become weak as one ages, so, the chances of a fracture occurring also increases. Fractures are usually classified into four types-
1. Closed fracture - In this type of fracture, the breaking of the bone does not result in an open wound
2. Open fracture- The opposite of closed fracture, the bone breaks through the skin. This may result in infections
3. Non-displaced fracture - in this type of fracture, the bone cracks but is not shifted out of its regular position.
4. Displaced fracture - A displaced fracture occurs when the affected bone is shifted out of its natural position.
Fractures can be caused by a number of factors, they are
1. Road accidents
2. When someone falls from a height
3. When the bone is directly exposed to a strong blow
4. When the bone is exposed to a repetitive force from activities such as sprinting
5. Osteoporosis, which is a condition where the bones become weak
6. The bones in the body tends to weaken with age, so at this time they become highly susceptible to fractures
1. Swelling in the area accompanied by pain
2. Limited movement of the affected joint
3. Muscle spasms
4. The affected area may also become numb
The first step to diagnose a fracture is the knowing about the medical history of the patient and conducting a physical exam. The diagnosis is further confirmed by using imaging tests such as -
1. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) - In this procedure, images of internal body parts are taken with the help of a magnetic field and pulses of radio energy. MRIs can pick up signs of fractures very quickly, that is within the first week of injury. It is also easier to distinguish fractures from other related injuries in case of MRI.
2. X-rays -X-rays are a procedure that involves sending x-ray particles through an area to detect a fracture. Signs of a fracture may take several weeks to show up in x-rays.
3. Bone scan - In bone scans, some radioactive material is put inside the body through intravenous methods. These material tend to accumulate in the fractured area which then shows up in the images as a bright spot. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Orthopedist.