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Dr. Sarkis Banipalsin
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Bone Pain (Definition)

Depending on who is using the term, bone pain can be used to describe a pain that seems very deep, as opposed to something more superficial, or the term can be limited to pain that arises from the bone itself. There are other potential causes of deep pain other than pain from the bone including pain from a pinched nerve ...Read more


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Pubic bone aches when i walk?

Pubic bone aches when i walk?

Injury: You could have injured yourself without knowing. Have it checked out. See your physician for an appropriate physical exam and work up. ...Read more

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Why am I having bone aches? Does the flu do cause bone aches?

Why am I having bone aches? Does the flu do cause bone aches?

Bone ache: Not sure what you mean by bone ache. Muscle pain and tenderness may accompany influenza infection, but deep seated severe pain which feels as if it is in the bone is more associated with virus infections like dengue or chikungunya. Where have you been and what have you been exposed to? Bitten by mosquitoes, ticks, other critters? ...Read more

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My bone aches with changing weather, what is the solution? What are some solutions to alleviate bone ache when the weather changes?

My bone aches with changing weather, what is the solution? What are some solutions to alleviate bone ache when the weather changes?

Body defense: Aches without a fever can be a number of things. More likely is just you body responding to the environment. Aches and pains do come with age, at age 39 I do not think you are there. Similar to aches after using muscles you have not used for a long time? ...Read more

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Since 5, everytime my brother makes too much effort, in the evening he gets terrible leg bone aches that even wake him up! Why? What's wrong with him?

Since 5, everytime my brother makes too much effort, in the evening he gets terrible leg bone aches that even wake him up! Why? What's wrong with him?

Growth spurt: If your brother is going through a growth spurt the bones grow faster then the muscles so the muscles are a little too short to work well. They are then overworked and at night they cramp up and cause pain. This condition usually corrects itself as the muscles get longer with normal growth. Please have him checked by his Pediatrician to make sure that he is OK and that this is normal for him. ...Read more

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I have a sore knee and bone pain. How can I help the pain?

I have a sore knee and bone pain. How can I help the pain?

See your doctor: Symptoms like these are best deterimed by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on his/her findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. ...Read more

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What could cause a deep ache in the back of knees and deep bone aches in thighs?

What could cause a deep ache in the back of knees and deep bone aches in thighs?

Several things: In addition to the usual pulled muscles, tendons and ligaments, there is a condition called a baker's cyst which sounds like you describe. It's a type of herniation of the jiont capsule backward and can be painful. ...Read more

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I have repeated calcium levels at 11.7 for over a year pth is double normal range and overall have a lot of issues with bone aches, cramps, migraines,?

I have repeated calcium levels at 11.7 for over a year pth is double normal range and overall have a lot of issues with bone aches, cramps, migraines,?

Endocrinologist: Given the information you provided, it would be prudent to consult an endocrinologist as the information suggests parathyroid over-activity or an adenoma. ...Read more

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My vit d 25 hydroxy is at 14(low) and d 1, 25 is at 34 could this deficency be causing , fatgue, muscle & bone aches, weakness.? If so what causes this

My vit d 25 hydroxy is at 14(low) and d 1, 25 is at 34 could this deficency be causing , fatgue, muscle & bone aches, weakness.? If so what causes this

Possibly: A vitamin d deficiency is associated with a disease called osteomalacia which involves softening of bones. A level of 14 is absolutely in the inadequate range and below the 20 ng/ml level recommended by the institute of medicine. Sunlight, wild salmon, fortified almond milk, and vitamin d supplements can increase your levels above 20. Try 1000 iu per day to get started. ...Read more

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Could a viral infection cause bone pain (different from body aches), and shortness of breath?

No and yes.: Muscle pain (mylagia) is common, true bone pain less so. Viral infections are the most common causes of pleurisy or inflammation of the lining of the lungs, which causes sharp chest pain which is aggravated by deep breathing and coughing. Patients often notice shortness of breath, in part due to their shallow breathing to minimize chest pain. ...Read more

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While landing during a flight, i felt severe headache, severe ear, neck, and facial bone aches. What is this and how to avoid? Thanks!

While landing during a flight, i felt severe headache, severe ear, neck, and facial bone aches. What is this and how to avoid? Thanks!

Landing and evere headache: I think that you suffered from a whiplash type of injury. Did you have a short moment of confusion? dizziness?during or following the landing? or the symptoms came later like 12-24 hours later? You need to see a neurologist, have an MRI, probably you should not fly until you are cleared to do so. ...Read more

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I have a normal cbc. I have transient bone aches, generalized itching, and light night sweats. I also have a history of hypochondria. Should I be concerned with Lymphoma? What should I ask my doctor?

I have a normal cbc. I have transient bone aches, generalized  itching, and light night sweats. I also have a history of hypochondria. Should I be concerned with Lymphoma? What should I ask my doctor?

Here's my advice: Everybody gets transient bone aches and if you don't drench the sheets it's probably not a night sweat. Try changing your soap and laundry detergent; if you've still got the itch, get with your physician. Lymphoma is usually not this subtle in its presentation and you're a bit young for a non-Hodkin's and a bit old for Hodgkin's. Especially, work on staying aerobically fit -- helps with worry. ...Read more

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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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Breastfeeding (Definition)

Breastfeeding is providing nutrition to an infant using breat milk either directly by infant latching and sucking on the nipple or by feeding via bottle with expressed breast milk (when baby has difficulty suckling). Breast milk is the best milk for any baby but ...Read more