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Slowly Developing Bone Pain (Overview)

Acute pain is pain that is recent onset, such as if you fell and broke your arm. Slowly developing bone pain would be chronic, which is defined as more than three months duration, such as if you had chronic knee pain from arthritis and need a knee replacement.


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Could menopause cause bone pain, painful joints etc.?

Could menopause cause bone pain, painful joints etc.?

Not commonly: Some women complain of aches and pains but these are not typical joint pains. Certainly the joints do not show any obvious damage, swelling or inflammation which is the case in most types of arthritis. ...Read more

Slowly Developing Bone Pain (Overview)

Acute pain is pain that is recent onset, such as if you fell and broke your arm. Slowly developing bone pain would be chronic, which is defined as more than three months duration, such as if you had chronic knee pain from arthritis and need a knee replacement.


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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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Managing Bone Spurs (Checklist)

Wear comfortable shoes
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Use heel cushions
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Ask your podiatrist if you'd benefit from prescription orthotics
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Ask your podiatrist about steroid injections
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What is the definition or description of: Slowly developing bone pain?

What is the definition or description of: Slowly developing bone pain?

Chronic: Acute pain is pain that is recent onset, such as if you fell and broke your arm. Slowly developing bone pain would be chronic, which is defined as more than three months duration, such as if you had chronic knee pain from arthritis and need a knee replacement. ...Read more

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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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Recovering from a Broken Bone (Checklist)

Exercise and stretch to improve range of motion, strength, and endurance
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Avoid a repeat injury or irritating soft tissues before they are ready
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Follow up with your doctor as scheduled, and don't miss appointments
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How does bone pain feel like?

How does bone pain feel like?

Bone pain: Pain is very subjective and expressed in various cultures and languages differently. It also depends on the etiology of the bone pain like fracture, bone cancer and the severity of symptoms and individual prior experince with pain ...Read more

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What are the causes of back bone pain?

What are the causes of back bone pain?

ManyCausesOfBackPain: True 'bone' pain would be tumors, fractures, osteoporosis, etc. Most back pain, though, is due to other factors like muscle spasm, disc, ligament, or nerve injury. A good history & phys. Incl osteopathic hands-on exam may provide some answers. Test may be needed. Manipulation, meds, acupuncture, prolotherapy, neuroprolotherapy & many other treatments are available & may help. ...Read more

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Managing Neck Pain (Checklist)

Use your pain medication as directed
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Avoid fast movements
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See your doctor if your neck pain hasn't improved in 1 week
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I mostly have back bone pain. What are the reasons for it?

I mostly have back bone pain. What are the reasons for it?

Only 3 reasons : There are only 3 reasons:
1. Muscle disorder (e.g. Muscles spasms, stiffness, stress).
2. Bone disorder (e.g. Spinal stenosis, scoliosis, spondylosis)
3. Nerve disorder(neuritis and neuralgia)
see your doctor for the back pain treatment, so you can stay moving, be active keep function. ...Read more

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What causes chin bone pain?

Over use injury : Shin splints are a type of "overuse injury" to the legs.
The pain is characteristic and located on the outer edge of the mid region of the leg next to the shinbone (tibia). It can be extreme and halt workouts.
The diagnosis requires a careful focused examination. ...Read more

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Managing Knee Pain (Checklist)

Try to determine the cause
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If swollen, ice the knee with a bag of ice, frozen peas, etc.
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See a doctor
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Consider seeing a physical therapist
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Why do you have pubic bone pain?

Why do you have pubic bone pain?

Some you ijury to it: Or arthritis or infection or fracture, all cause pain. ...Read more

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What causes mild pubic bone pain?

What causes mild pubic bone pain?

Inflamation of the: There is a joint in the middle of the pubic bone some time get inflamed. ...Read more

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Living with Ongoing Pain (Checklist)

Go to a physician who is trained to treat chronic pain
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Continue to look for more therapies that might be right for you
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Make sure to keep moving, as pain will only get worse
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Consider counseling for coping strategies
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What is the cause of pubic bone pain?

Many: Could be many reasons and x-ray is a very important part of the diagnosis. Specially in females there is a condition called osteitis_pubis, could be due to trauma of the pelvis, urinary bladder pathology can give pelvic pain too. In male prostate problems can produce that pain. Some other test such as bone scan can be helpful. ...Read more

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Can very low ferritin alone cause bone pain?

No: However, erythroid hyperplasia due to iron deficiency anemia may in fact be part of the explanation. Has your vitamin d level been checked? Parathyroid hormone? Kidney status? ...Read more

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Managing Back Pain (Checklist)

Lose weight
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Reduce stress by moving gracefully with tai chi, yoga, or dance
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Increase flexibility with gentle exercises and/or physical therapy
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Gradually increase muscle tone and strength to support your back
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I am having shoulder and coller bone pain. Help?

I am having shoulder and coller bone pain. Help?

Go see a doctor: You need to see a physician who can examine you to determine the cause of this pain. He may need to do some x-rays of the bones if he suspects it is something serious but it may be plane old arthritis which can go away with medication. But a visit to a physician is what you need to do if the pain has persisted for more than 3-4 weeks. ...Read more

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I am suffering from bone pain, could it be osteoporosis?

OP and pain.: Osteoporosis can cause pain emanating from the bones, but other things can do that, too. Wouldn't just assume that OP is causing your pains. Do you smoke? Have stiffness of your joints? You may want to get evaluated to be sure. ...Read more

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Managing Chronic Pelvic Pain (Checklist)

See your doctor for an evaluation
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Have a pelvic exam
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Have an ultrasound
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Is bone pain from leukemia constant or does it come and go?

Is bone pain from leukemia constant or does it come and go?

Other symptoms: The chief symptom may be from anema, infection due to granulocytopenia or petechia,purpura,epestaxis rectal bleeding because thrombocythopenia. .the bone pain occasionally, off and on. ...Read more

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Managing Pain from Cancer (Checklist)

Ask an oncologist to refer you to a cancer pain specialist
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Ask a pain specialist about both interventional and medication options
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If you have pancreatic cancer, ask about a celiac plexus block
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If you have neuropathy, request a trial of ketamine-based topical creams
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I have stabbing bone pain throughout my body. What can it be?

I have stabbing bone pain throughout my body. What can it be?

Hard to know: First, I wonder if it's really bone pain. Stabbing pain often comes from nerves, while bone pain is often more achy. Either way, it could be from normal wear and tear of your body as you age, or from something more serious like cancer. Only a healthcare provider who examines you can make this diagnosis. See someone! Good luck. ...Read more

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What causes bone pain on activity had low vit d which is normal now?

What causes bone pain on activity had low vit d which is normal now?

? bone pain: Could this be joint pain caused by some early arthritis if it persists it should be evaluated by your physician. ...Read more

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I started having increased bone pain with pre menapause symptoms is this normal and what can I do for it?

Not normal: The most common cause of bone pain is vitamin d deficiency. This is common if you do not go in the sun or if you use sun block when you do go in the sun. Be sure that your blood level of vitamin d is above 30 ng/ml. ...Read more

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I have bone pain all over like staving burning sanction, i dount go one day without this pain can someone know the cause of this? Please help thanks

I have bone pain all over like staving burning sanction, i dount go one day without this pain can someone know the cause of this? Please help thanks

This sounds like a : A potential medical problem like a thyroid condition or an even autoimmune process. An infectious etiology could be a possibility. You need to get checked by your doctor. ...Read more

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What are the causes of jaw bone pain?

Tooth: Or nerve problem. More likely one causing the problem in another. See your dentist for a diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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What can be done to stop bone pain?

See your doctor: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more

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


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