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What is the best treatment for slowly developing bone pain?

What is the best treatment for slowly developing bone pain?

Bone Pain: Bone pain is a symptom and it should be investigated before you start any treatment. ...Read more

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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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What are my treatment options for tail bone pain?

What are my treatment options for tail bone pain?

Supplementations...: From supplementations, hormonal therapy, mesotherapy and your habits of course. ...Read more

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Which treatment is there for long term joint and bone pain caused by hypercalcaemia?

Which treatment is there for long term joint and bone pain caused by hypercalcaemia?

Hypercalcemia: Your question could be answered better by knowing what is causing your hypercalcemia (h). Causes could be hyperparathyroidism, milk-alkali syndrome, sarcoidosis, hyperthyroidism, metastatic disease to the bones, among others. See a physician, endocrinologist, to find out the cause of your h. Once you know that, a treatment plan can start. Good luck. ...Read more

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Cll 7 yrs no treatment. In bone marrow. Bone pain is new-feel like flu, tired sick hurting all over. Could this be cll or something else?

Cll 7 yrs no treatment. In bone marrow.  Bone pain is new-feel like flu, tired sick hurting all over. Could this be cll or something else?

Not likely but could: It doesn't sound like it would be related, but i would be more suspicious if there were other changes, i.e.: increasing wbc, dropping hemoglobin or platelets, swelling lymph nodes, fever, sweats, chills, itching, etc. Whoever is following you for cll should check you out and get some blood tests. ...Read more

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What ligament is at or along the round inner ankle bone? Pain there can be felt n walk n doc said it's ligament problem. Any treatment to resolve?

What ligament is at or along the round inner ankle bone? Pain there can be felt n walk n doc said it's ligament problem. Any treatment to resolve?

There are 4 : Ligaments that comprise this region. There are other anatomical structures in this region that may be causing your pain. Tarsal tunnel syndrome, posterr tibial tendonitis, sinus tarsi syndrome to name a few. What treatments have been given to date? What are your exact symptoms, when does it hurt etc. Did you have an mri? ...Read more

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50, 000 vit d/week x5 wks. Is it common to have excruciating (new) bone pain when starting treatment? I have 'suspected ms'. Neg. Rheum factor/norm tsh

50, 000 vit d/week x5 wks. Is it common to have excruciating (new) bone pain when starting treatment? I have 'suspected ms'. Neg. Rheum factor/norm tsh

STOP D2!!!: No, it is not common to have bone pain when taking vit d. However, the 50, 000 unit form is prescription d2 which is proven dangerous & should not be used. Stop it & start d3 5000 iu/day with vit. K & tell your doctor d2 is dangerous as s/he is likely not aware of the research!see ...Read more

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Is there any viral infections known to cause bone pain of 2 and a half months along with severe immune suppression that last with out treatment forit?

Chikungunya: I don't know if you would have the appropriate exposure history - but chikunguyna comes to mind. It's possible to get infected with this by a mosquito - then have prolonged joint/bone pains. Best to see a doctor about this... http://www.cdc.gov/chikungunya/symptoms/index.html ...Read more

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I am having bone pain here and there, did prostate cancer radiation treatment 2 yrs ago. Psa ok, 0.5 now. Initial psa 7.20, gleson 7 during treatment.

I am having bone pain here and there, did prostate cancer radiation treatment 2 yrs ago. Psa ok, 0.5 now. Initial psa 7.20, gleson 7 during treatment.

Get checked: Too many possibilities. Included are osteoporosis, low vitamin d, hyperparathyroid. Many metabolic causes. Also to be considered is involvement of bone by prostate ca. A simple evaluation goes a long way to answer these questions and allay any fears of cancer recurrence. ...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