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Can any online doctor please suggest about my KUB condition ?

No evidence of any abnormal radio-opaque shadow suggestive of calculus or calcification is seen in the KUB region. degenerative changes are noted in the lumbar spine what should I do. my age is 60 years, height is 5-10,weight is 55kg, I am a cardiac patient and my sugar fasting is 124 and pp is 152, my blood pressure is 60/100
Asked On : Sat, 21 May 2011
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HELLO,DEGENARATIVE CHANGES ARE NORMAL PROCESS TAKING PLACE IN RESPONCE TO AGE,EVERY ONE LOOSES CALCIUM FROM BONES(CALCIUM RESORPTION) AS AGE PROERESS,WHICH HAS BEEN SET BY YOU ARE GENS,&IT WILL BE FASTER IF YOU HAVE LED SEDIANTERY LIFE IN YOUR ADULESCENCE&ADULT LIFE. OK,ONLY THING YOU CAN DO RIGHT NOW IS WALKING DAILY AS MUCH AS POSSIBEL&SITTING FORYOGA&MEDITATE,WHICH NOT ONLY REDUSES YOUR BONE LOSS BUT BP WILL COME DOWN.at LEAST YOU CAN KEEP YOUR BOTHERING AWAY, IN GEETHA IY HAS SAID''ACTION IS INDEED BETTER ALWAYS THAN INACTION''
Answered: Sat, 28 May 2011
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