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I am 43 years old married female and I have backache in right side of muscles only from last few days, I have taken pain relief tablets also but it is just temporary relief for few hours. Please suggest what should I do?
For your ready reference, I briefly describe my wife?s case. She is a 74-year- old housewife. She is a patient of chronic rheumatoid arthritis and osteoporosis and has been taking a steroid, wyslone 5 mg /day, for the last about 30 years and RISOFOC kit (calcium and vitamin D3) for osteoporosis for the last about two years. She has been taking other medicines also for hypertension (UDP 5 mg twice daily) diabetes (Glyson 5 mg thrice a day), high cholesterol (Zivast 20) etc. Now her BP and sugar levels are within the normal levels. She has terrible pain below the knee and above the ankle in the right leg and cannot walk. Her problem has been diagnosed as Rt side L5 radiculopathy and chronic steroid-induced neuropathy. An MRI done in Dec. 2014 showed L4-L5 Rt side foraminal compression. She has undergone a spine surgery on Dec. 29, 2014 and a transforaminal epidural injection at Rt side L5 level. Now she takes Lyrica 75 once every evening, tab Instrel ? thrice /day, tab Nexpro 20 twice /day, tab Rockbon once /day, and tab Mazetol 200 once in the morning, and tab Neurokind once at night. But there is no relief from the pain when she attempts to stand up and walk; there is no pain, however while she is in bed lying or sitting up. Please advise what can be done to alleviate the pain. Thanks for your attention and advice.
Hi my weight is 85 and height is 5'2" and I am going through a back pain so whenever I try to workout my back starts paining. I am really worried how to loose weight. Can you help.
I have pain in my both shoulder joint. Sometime it seems that the joints are getting loose. I have this problem from 6months. My age is 20 years. So what I can do?
Hii I was having rectal bleed with sharp pricking pain half month back then it stopped by taking duplac srp and dulcolax But since 10 days back I again started to have it the bleed was for 3 days And I am also suffering from constipation and gas I am also taking eva-q srp from last 1 week but yesterday I stopped to take the srp and again I had pain during defecation.
I have a joint pain at knee, elbow, wrists, etc what I do for prevent this. Please help me to give any tips for this.
My grandmother is suffering from pain and swelling in joints. How can we be confirmed about if it is arthritis?
Right leg fingers giving numbness, itchingDiabetes and rheumatic arthritis problem is there. Please inform the solution and dos and don'ts.
I am suffering with severe continuous Toe Burning from last 2 years, it spread up to the middle of the feet. Heels are fine. After 30-45 minutes of walking the burning becomes more intolerable. Wake up in the night – disturbed sleep. My Age is Age – 69 Year Weight – 83 Kgs Diabetic - Sugar Level – Fasting: 120-125 PP: 165-180 A1C – 6.7 Taking Medicines – Zoryl M3 – BL.
Too much of something is never a good idea. Running is a great way to exercise, but if you don't run in moderation and do not take care of yourself, you could foresee more than one health problem. If you push yourself too hard as a runner, you could face one of more of these running problems.
Runner's knee: If the bones in your knee shift out of alignment, the condition is called runner's knee. This is one of the most common overuse injuries. At first you may not realize it, but with time, this can cause the cartilage in the knee to wear out. This can create excruciating pain. A few simple ways of making yourself more comfortable are:
- Walking up and down stairs
- Bending your knee while sitting
Stress fracture: A stress fracture is a small crack in the shin bone or one of the bones in your foot. This can happen if you suddenly over exert without giving your body time to get used to running. Since it is only a crack, a doctor will not normally out your leg or foot in a cast. The only way to let your bones heal in such a condition is to rest it.
Shin splint: Flat footed people are most susceptible to shin splints. Shin splints can be caused by stress fractures and overused or weakened muscles. To treat a shin splint, give your leg plenty of rest and gently stretch it. Give yourself a few weeks to recover before you start running again.
Achilles tendinitis: Inflammation of the Achilles tendon is known as Achilles tendinitis. The Achilles tendon attaches the calf muscle to the heel. Suddenly increasing the distance you run in a day is the most common cause of Achilles tendinitis. The most common symptom of this condition is pain and stiffness around the ankle. Ice the area to deal with the immediate pain and discomfort. Your ankle will also need plenty of rest to properly heal. Stretching the calf muscles can also prove to be beneficial.
Muscle pulls: Almost every runner suffers from a muscle pull at some point or the other. A muscle pull can be defined as a small tear in the muscle. Muscle pulls usually affect the hamstrings, quadriceps, calf and groin. To treat a muscle tear, keep your leg elevated; give it plenty of rest and use an ice pack or compression pack on the area.
Apart from these, a few other injuries that runners often suffer from include ankle sprains, blisters, IT band syndrome and plantar fasciitis. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult an orthopedist.