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What are some good exercises for seniors with aching bones?

What are some good exercises for seniors with aching bones?

Do several things: There is no specific answer. One should do both cardio and resistence training. It is extremely important to maintain muscle strength as one ages.Walking is a great way to start. ...Read more

Bone (Definition)

Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more


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Help please? I have frequent nosebleeds and aching bones?

Help please? I have frequent nosebleeds and aching bones?

Symptoms: Symptoms of aching bones and bloody noses requires further investigation. See your internist or hematologist for evaluation ...Read more

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Will lidoderm patches help aching bones caused from chemotherapy?

Will lidoderm patches help aching bones caused from chemotherapy?

Not likely: Lidoderm is typically used for nerve or muscle pain in the back. Can also be used on the joints like the knees in some cases. Bone pain is tough to treat and a "deep pain" and Lidoderm is a topical patch. May simply need to rely on pain pills to treat bone pain. Ask your doctor for suggestions that may be right for you. ...Read more

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I'm trying to find a condition for headache, aching bones/joints, hot and cold flashes and nausea please help?

I'm trying to find a condition for headache, aching bones/joints, hot and cold flashes and nausea please help?

FM or Autoimmune : Teenage females with generalized pain, headache, temperature change sensations & nauseousness has systemic disorder. Fibomyalgia, endocrine and thyroid disorders & autoimmune etiologies need to be considered. An infectious disease also needs to be ruled out. A full medical work-up is indicated. ...Read more

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I think i have chikungunya"because i was ok ,but in amoment a rash appeal,fever,muscles aches,bones artritis andhunger is gone,the same simtom of fam?

I think i have chikungunya"because i was ok ,but in amoment a rash appeal,fever,muscles aches,bones artritis andhunger is gone,the same simtom of fam?

Travel history?: Chikungunya is a virus that is primarily transmitted to humans via the bite of infected mosquitoes. There have been outbreaks in Asia, Africa, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Europe & the Caribbean. As of 2014 there have been no outbreaks in the continental United States. Symptoms include fever, pain of multiple joints, muscle pain,nausea, vomiting, rash, headache & conjunctivitis. Serious > ...Read more

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My boyfriend is 23 randomly he got a severe headache, aching bones/joints (body,severe), nausea, and hot and cold flashes can you help me what is it?

My boyfriend is 23 randomly he got a severe headache, aching bones/joints (body,severe), nausea, and hot and cold flashes can you help me what is it?

Viral syndrome?: Headaches are often associated with upper respiratory syndromes such as viral colds and flus.....right now the entire country is dealing with a viral epidemic so your description of his joint pains and so forth made me think about that. Otherwise, I'd be happy to visit with your BF since I'm a headache specialist. If he'd like to connect: www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi Key Code: PDXFNR ...Read more

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Headaches, sore stomach and aching bones? Can it be withdrawal from having no pain killers/codiene?

Sure, but: It could also be a long list of other things, many common. The severity and duration would matter. If it is w/drawal - try to bear it - it will be worth it. And you can get medical help for it too. Have an exam if these seem to be unrelated at all. It can be wise. ...Read more

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I have a headache, dizziness, sore throat and aching bones. What to do?

I have a headache, dizziness, sore throat and aching bones. What to do?

Sounds like the flu: Get a thorough medical checkup to be sure it is not something else. Then rest, plenty of fluids, good health habits. Over the counter pain medications and usual symptom relief will help. May take a couple weeks, but you will recover. ...Read more