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Unable to walk due to severe back pain. Suggest the remedy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 29-Nov-2013
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User:I am XXXX here
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:I have severe back pain from past 2 to 3 months.........When to hospital,
User:doctor advised me to do looking thru the scan doctor confirm my bones are week
User:he advised me to take some vitemin medicines and also advised to do physiotheraphy
User:I did physiotheraphy just one day
User:I thought it is because of Catch at my back and i took an injection from general physician
User:Now I have severe pain..........i am not able to walk comfortable......Pain has increased highly
Doctor:When did you take the injection?
Doctor:and how long ago was the scan done?
User:should i continue with physiotheraphy as advised for two weeks and then see the doctor...........or should i see the doctor imediatley
User:2 or 3 weeks back
Doctor:Please confirm what was done 2-3 weeks back - scan or the infection?
User:u there
User:scan earlier and injection yesterday
Doctor:Since when are you feeling the severe pain?
Doctor:Is it from yesterday or since few hours?
Doctor:How did you feel after the injection? Was the pain better?
Doctor:* I mean if the pain was better yesterday after injection?
User:it was like earlier pain..........I thought after i take rest it should be i took the injection at 8.30PM
Doctor:Ok, betwen 8:30 yesterday and the morning did you perform any strenuous activities?
Doctor:Are you there?
User:no i didnt
Doctor:Let me brief you.
Doctor:Back pain has plenty of causes.
Doctor:In women, especially after 40 years of age (I am sorry, I did not ask your age)
User:32 yrs
Doctor:the bones become weak.
Doctor:In women, if there are other factors such as vitamin D deficiency, calcium deficiency or due to excess weight
Doctor:bones under go degeneration and weakness
Doctor:resulting chronic back ache.
Doctor:Now, if scans done revealed degeneration, then
Doctor:it is evident that you have a weak spine.
Doctor:This problem can be slightly corrected with calcium and vitamin supplements.
Doctor:However at times when there are strenuous activities, pain can flare up.
Doctor:Now since you have not had any strenuous activites
Doctor:the back ache may be related to other causes.
Doctor:Pelvic problems and renal stones are the next common cause of back pain which needs to be ruled out.
Doctor:And for your information, injections given for pain does not cause back ache.
Doctor:Now since the pain has flared up,
Doctor:I suggest you to visit back the doctor.
User:Pelvic problems and renal stones can you breif me on it
Doctor:He/she should examine you again if needed will order tests
Doctor:to rule out acute exacerabation of previous back problem and
Doctor:the renal stone/pelvic problem which I was talking about earlier.
Doctor:Renal stone is simple term is a stone in the kidney, bladder or ureter.
Doctor:Pelvic problems such as cyst, fibroids or others can present as back pain.
Doctor:This pain is not due to the injection which you had yesterday.
Doctor:So go back to your doctor before continuing physiotherapy.
Doctor:He/she will give you further information after clinical examination and tests.
Doctor:Have you followed?
User:will consult the doctor
Doctor:Do you have any questions?
User:thank you'
Doctor:you can try warm compressess and topical pain balms
Doctor:until you XXXXXXX the doctor.
Doctor:It will reduce the pain.
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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