Ghutane ka dard
asked by dharma
on 27 June 2010 3:48
meri maa ka age 43y hai. unake ghutane me dadr karib 5-6 varsh pahale se ho raha hai.dard kewal chalane, kam karane se hota hai na suzan hai aur na hi dabane se dard hota hai.kripapa uchit ilaaz batayai.
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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-
Your mother is 43 and is seen to suffer from severe knee pain while walking and doing work. There is no pain while pressing the joint. Probably, it could be a beginning of osteoarthritis. Anyway, further investigation is very important in this case.
Here, it is not practical to prescribe you medicine as the condition should be inspected carefully to see if there is inflammation deep inside. This can happen if the synovial fluid level is getting lower.
I would strongly recommend you to consult a nearby ayurvedic physician and get the condition properly diagnosed and start treatment.
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posted by Dr.Sony
on 28 April 2013 12:14
sir, i am suffering from knee pains since last 2 years. i have gone for x-ray of my knees and it seems to be knee degeneration. knees pain a lot on stress ( if i stand for a long time... Read More
Due to reduction of synovial fluid and due to wear and tear in the joints and due to compression of in ligaments, arthritis may occur which may be degenerative in nature. This may be in any forms like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or gout disorders do show the symptoms like pain, redness, swelling, stiffness, and numbness etc
In order to gain proper strength and to maintain synovial.. Read more
asked by naseer
on 13 November 2011 18:05
Knee pain do occur due to many factors like overweight, history of trauma, lack of nutrition, long standing works, and in few cases, it is genetic origin also. After understanding the facts, one can go for appropriate treatments. If your Knee pain is mild to moderate, you can manage with simple medications and mild modification in foods. If you go for radiograph tests, and if there is any.. Read more
asked by badhra
on 20 August 2013 22:22
I'm 26years old female working as Assistant professor and resently married present am suffering from knee pain when I climb steps from 2 months. previous I used to get headache, pimples, irregularity in periods ( about 10-15 days variation).I have a habit of wakeup in midnight, whenever I get time I do yoga. I have habit of doing fasting weekly... Read More
Thanks for your query.Getting knee pain while climbing stairs is not uncommon. Among so many diseases of knee, Osteoarthritis is very common. It starts gradually in which the shock absorbing cartailage wears .It produces pain,stifness,swelling,bone spurs when inflamed. It sometimes starts at a young age. It depends on heredity, sports, injury, body weight.Joint pain ,Gout, kneepain Ayurvedic.. Read more
asked by thyme
on 5 December 2012 18:00
Age 78, Male, 10 years What can be done to regenerate the cartilage in the knees? Knee replacement surgery has been suggested. I do not want to do this if there is a natural option.... Read More
At the age of 78 years, that too in male gender it is quite difficult to regenerate the cartilage as such as already some degenerative conditions will start at the age of 60 years or even before that and it is called as geriatric complaint. If the patient is suffering from osteoarthritis, then the line of treatment goes accordingly and however if the patient is fit for surgery, you may.. Read more
asked by premika
on 20 May 2010 19:05
i have problem in my back for nearly 7 years i have done MRI three times it shows my back i have problem in L4 and L5 they have told me to loose weight and also for my left knee i have wear and tear in the knee and suffer from sciatica pain in the left leg.
i have done hystrectomy 5 years ago
could you pls advise me i amd diabetic type 2 and take metformin 500mg 2 tablets morning and 2 in evening... Read More
As per your given complaint, you have the following complaints
MRI suggests L4-L5 compression showing sciatica due to overweightDue to wear and tear in the left knee shows osteoarthritisDiabetes, under medications
Overall, you don’t have proper strength in bones and as well as in joints, along with you have overweight issues and diabetes is triggering these factors
With the help of.. Read more
asked by Jancy
on 2 May 2012 16:31
Dear sir, My mother is suffering with high ESR 49 and her hb is 8. she is having severe pain in knees. how to reduce ESR n Increase HB without taking heavy medicines??? Because taking medicines lead to Stomach pain n other problems.... Read More
Knee is the most complex joint which involves three bones and so many ligaments. The problem which your mother is facing may be osteo arthritis. As it is the most weight bearing joint degenrative changes associated with inflammation is the most possible chanceThough mild medication this condition needs constant attention. I suggest you to start with Arth oil for external.. Read more