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Bones are making sound and pain in knee - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 14-Nov-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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User:hello doctor
Doctor:good afternoon
User:good after noon doctor
User:good afternoon
Doctor:are you there?
Doctor:please proceed with your query
User:doctor when i wake up any time my bones are making sound and pain in my knee
Doctor:both knees?
Doctor:may I know your age?
Doctor:Since when is this pain?
User:since 2 years
Doctor:that is really long
Doctor:Did you see a doctor for this?
User:yes doctor
Doctor:what did the doctor say?
User:no doctor no consult from doctor
Doctor:you mean to say you have not seen a doctor for this knee pain?
Doctor:I think you need to get a few tests done and also see an orhtopedician
Doctor:We need to check you blood vitamin D and calcium levels
Doctor:Get both these tests done
Doctor:also, you need physical examination following which you can take x-ray of both the kness
User:ok then
Doctor:then if required you can take calcium and vitamin D supplements if the test reports are low
Doctor:Drink a glass of whole milk daily
User:thank u so much doctor and bye bye & god bless u
Doctor:please get these tests done soon as this problem is there for 2 years now
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:God bless you too
Doctor:Take care
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