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Continuous bone pain, loud cracking in bones on moving. What can be done?

Doctor, PLEASE HELP ME. My daughter 24 has been complaining of bone pain for 4 years... every-time she moves you hear a LOUD crack... shoulders , neck , leg, chest ,, everywhere.. she has turned to drugs.. heavy ones... we have no insurance and no help.. she was told by some quack doctor that gave her oxycontin she would be in a wheelchair by 34 but never ran test... Is there anywhere we can get help.. Please please help her..
Asked On : Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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Hi,I can appreciate your concern.I can understand your concern,but she needs proper medical examination.One has to look for the cause of general bone pain.There could be various reason for these kind of pain like hormonal problems,kidney problems etc.Try to manage to consult an orthopedic surgeon and take his advise.Make her eat good nutritious diet and ask her to remain active.I hope this helps.Dr.Pragnesh
Answered: Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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