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Any Disease Involving The Bones And Joints Is Known As
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
I m 22 years old i have pain in bones specially in joints and muscles of back and shoulders, which disease its related to?tnx in advance for repliers
Difficult to answer: There are a great number of disease processes which may cause pain in the bones, joints, and muscles such as you describe. The most common causes are benign such as temporary inflammation, injuries, viral infections, or medication side-effects. Unfortunately, without a physical examination and in-depth history it is impossible to determine what the issue may be. ...Read more
Headache, joints, back&artheries pain due to bioatmospheric disease.Is there any health problem of brocken & removed part of forehead bone.
May I have some kind of connective tissue disease?My every bone makes small movement in my joints. Whole body is affected in year. Subluxates all over
Without knowledge -: -of Ur case, it's hard 2 even hazard a guess. If U have not Bn worked up, I would rec U start with a visit 2 Ur orthopedic surgeon. If needed, U will B referred 2 a more specific specialist. ...Read more
I have contact with many girls for sex so iam suffering from some kind of sex disease. Symptoms are small dot wound in penis and bone joint pain.
STD or normal penis?:
I often ask my patients in this same situation if they know how many stds there are and how many are potentially deadly. Then I have them learn how to prevent an std.
Now, given your symptom it does not sound like an std unless it is herpes. Syphilis causes a large open sore.
The joint pain could be disseminated gonorrhea but this is rare. ...Read more
Ra for 17 yrs. Active person. Recently a lot of pain all over joints and bones. Can allergy or bone disease or any other cause this?
See rheumatologist: Have your rheumatologist evaluate the problem. Then your will have your answer. ...Read more
Can autoimmune disease create bone pain, not only joint pain? Feels like someone's hitting me with a hammer in my bones randomly follow by dull pain
Unusual: I presume that you are not on any statin drug which can cause bone pain. Have joint hypermobility also makes you more prone to get joint problems but not the bone itself. Have your seen an orthopedist or rheumatologist? I note that you are not on calcium supplement. Do you have any risk factor for osteoporosis? ...Read more
What autoimmune diseases can cause severe pain in most of a persons bones/muscles/joints? ANA was normal, so PCP says not Lupus. I need suggestions.
Polyarthritis: Several diseases and conditions can cause polyarthritis. I would suggest you make an immediate in-person appointment with a Rheumatologist to evaluate the range of motion of your joints, any joint changes related to a myriad of causes. Don't guess at your problem. Physicians are taught to diagnose based on your medical history, chief complaint, laboratory tests and imaging. Good luck. ...Read more
Cortisone inj. Today in rt. Shoulder at jt. For tendonitis. This eve. I have sign. Pain moving rt. Arm. Ice? Ys in december show degenerative joint disease with bone spurs from neck down length of back and right shoulder. Decreased rom with some pain
Are there other diseases besides RA and lupus that could cause severe morning stiffness, joint pain, bone pain, muscle aches? Prednisone does not help
Depends on the cause: Bone or joint injuries are usually treated by orthopedic surgeons, although non-surgical treatments can be done by family physicians, general internists, and physiatrists (physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists.) if arthritis is involved, especially if it is rheumatoid arthritis, then a rheumatologist will usually treat this disorder. ...Read more
My rheumatologist ordered a EMG/NVC. What disorders does this diagnose and does it hurt? Pain is in joints n bones like when I got a neupagin shot
EMG Test: Renee: Your doctor has ordered electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction velocity (NCV) testing to evaluate the electrical activity of muscles and nerves. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome (median nerve compromised at the wrist joint) can present in RA and this is often confirmed with EMG / NCV. Also, EMG/NCV is used to assess spine related nerve problems. The test can is mildly uncomfortable. ...Read more
Low impact exercises: The best way to mitigate bone and joint pains is to remain active and engage in low impact exercises, shy away from activities that aggravate the joint pain, and maintain a healthy weight. Occasional use of anti-inflammatory medications maybe necessary. However, if there is persistent pain, swelling or worsening symptoms, then consult with your physician. ...Read more
Many ways: This is a very broad question that cannot be covered very well in this limited space. Depends on the injury, the location, the type and the severity. You will have to be evaluated and a plan of care prescribed. ...Read more
Can mean many things:
Pain in joints can mean many things depending on the duration and associated symptoms. From acute viral or bacterial illness, arthritis , vitamin d deficiency to more serious problems like leukemia and bone disorders.
I recommend you see a primary care provider asap. ...Read more
It depends on the: Type of exercise. All exercise can lead to some element of "wear and tear" changes. But weight bearing exercise like walking or resistance training can also serve to improve or at least keep bone density stable. Yoga can serve to improve flexibility and joint position awareness. Swimming is great for those with arthritis and provides a great total body work out. ...Read more
are for the most part benign but should be evaluated especially in WEIGHT BEARING bones (fracture issues)
See a Board Certified Orthopedist for an opinion!
Hope this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more
Injury would be the :
Foremost cause of this problem. Otherwise a fracture of a weakened bone (called pathological fx) due to any cause, like a cyst,
which can occur with slightest of an injury (which normally would not cause a fx). Another possibility could be referred pain from the spine.
See your orthopod. ...Read more
Are you hypermobile?: People who are "double jointed" have loose ligaments that do not protect their bones and joints very well. There are several tests for this online, look for something called Ehlers Danlos syndrome. Regardless of whether you fit the criteria, you should take a LOT of vitamin C (at least 3-4 gms a day) to help keep your connective tissues in good health. Prolotherapy may be helpful for injuries. ...Read more
Should i be concerned if my bones/ joints always pop. What is the cause of this and how can I stop it?
Only if painful: Popping or cracking of joints is very common and typically nothing to be concerned about unless there is persistent associated pain. In other words, if your joints pop and it's not painful, it's nothing to worry about. There are different theories about what causes this. It may be due to gases rapidly coming out of solution in your joints. If you have pain associated with the popping, see a doctor ...Read more
I am feeling little pain now in bones and joints when doing some work or lifting something.Please suggest what can be the cause and cure.
Little pain?: Can be normal , but if it is constant , getting worse , u need to see u pcp for evaluation and work up. ...Read more
Arthralgia: There are many, many, many potential causes of joint pains. Please repost your question with more specific information such as location or number of joints (one or many). It would also be helpful to know how long this has been a problem and if any other medical conditions or medications are present. Remember, we only have 400 character to answer your question unless you request a formal consult ...Read more
Several: Hinged joints let the ends of the fingers move, others move the mcp points. ...Read more
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