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Back pain. MOvement is difficult. Ruled out arthritis. What is it then? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 30-May-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Back Pain
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Practicing since : 2003
Answered : 1506 Questions
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:want to consult abt back pain
User:can u refer to concern doctor
Doctor:I am a general physician and I believe I can help you with your problem.
Doctor:If you wish to get an opinion from a specialist orthopedician, you can post your query on ask a specialist package.
Doctor:A specialist is not available on live chat.
User:what kind od doctor i shud consult
User:ortho or neuro
Doctor:Can you brief me about your problem so that I can suggest the appropriate specialist?
User:mostly in cold wheather if m not covering up my back, pain start happening in morning...
User:but sometimes , as per my observation once in a year it gets increase
User:i can feel d pain while walking or moving .. to be specific in ilium bone
Doctor:Since when is this happening?
Doctor:And is the pain located at a specific location or the entire pelvis?
User:its been years.. bt a si told u mostly increases once in a yr
Doctor:and that is during cold weather?
Doctor:Could you specify the location - entire pelvis or only on one side of the hips?
User:yes... mostly as per my observation
User:lemme see what is pelvis
Doctor:Ilium bone??
User:not entire
User:one side of hip
Doctor:Does this pain radiate down to the legs?
Doctor:Do you have any difficulty while walking/
User:i cn feel d pain
Doctor:Do you have any numbness in the leg/
Doctor:Are you able to pass urine normally?
User:no numbness
User:ys can pass urine properly
Doctor:Based on your description, your symptoms appear to be muscular in nature and not related to the joint or nerve.
Doctor:An orthopedician will be suitable to address this problem.
User:any suggestion
User:to whom shud i consult
Doctor:Your description is suggestive of a muscular ache, but we need to rule out joint pathology.
Doctor:joint pathology can be ruled out by a competent orthopedician.
Doctor:You can post your query here to an orthopedician
Doctor:or you may consult one near your locality.
Doctor:We can help you in guiding you to a doctor near your locality too.
User:i need help to consult competent orthopedician
User:he says its nthng serious.. bt its happening again u can see
Doctor:As I had mentioned earlier, the symptoms you have looks like a muscular problem not related to joint.
Doctor:If joint problems such as arthritis is ruled out, then I also do not find any serious problem.
Doctor:You will need to take analgesics and physiotherapy in times of pain.
Doctor:Change of posture while sitting and sleeping; use of firm mattress will also help in reducing pain and preventing recurrence.
Doctor:If you have already visited an orthopedician, I would suggest you to post a query here on orthopedician.
User:last yr i visited
User:nt this year
Doctor:You may also mention the opinion given by them and upload any reports that you have from them.
Doctor:If a second consultation is needed, the doctor or the customer support team
Doctor:can be able to guide you to a good surgeon near your locality.
Doctor:I hope you agree with my suggestion.
User:ys.. completely
User:Thanks fr info
Doctor:Is there any other query?
Doctor:You can use ask a specialist option on the webpage provided to you and post a query to an orthopedician.
User:ok..'ll do that
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
User:thanks again
Doctor:Bye for now.
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