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Chronic back pain, clear weeping from penis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Men's Health
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Practicing since : 2004
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Mornin!!
User :   Hi I'm AAAAAAA
Doctor :   Type your query please ?
User :   Sorry having problems with your applet
Doctor :   applet means
User :   application/live chat
Doctor :   Now it is fine
User :   Okay.
Doctor :   go ahead do chatting
Doctor :   type your query
User :   I'm suffering from (3rd time typing this!) reproductive pain
User :   chronic back pain
User :   clear weeping from penis
Doctor :   you are getting my messages and I am getting your messages
User :   I have NO sexual history (messages: thankyou)
Doctor :   How old are you Mr. XXXXXXXX
User :   :) I'm 36
Doctor :   What is your occupation?
Doctor :   How long do you have back pain?
User :   Since 1994 when I was Catheterised
User :   for a 9 hour brain burgery
Doctor :   surgery
Doctor :   catheterized
User :   correct:)
Doctor :   right?
Doctor :   thank you
Doctor :   But that was long time ago
Doctor :   Why the brain surgery was done ?
User :   Epilepsy caused by a small tumour
User :   I have not had success with any doctor, physio or osteo since
User :   so have had to leave it and get on with life :)
Doctor :   was the surgery successful?
Doctor :   Was the tiny tumor removed?
User :   Yes it was and the tumour was removed but the reproductive and back pain started soon after.
User :   Possibly coincidence with being a teenager.
Doctor :   sorry to hear that.
User :   I think it's unrelated to the surgery.
Doctor :   yes it is not related to surgery
Doctor :   it is completely different
Doctor :   but you say you have it ever since you had surgery
User :   Yes. It started very soon after.
Doctor :   Evnthough
User :   Occasional Shooting pains in lower abdomen.
Doctor :   How long have you had bed rest?
Doctor :   After s urgery
User :   About 2 weeks
Doctor :   Have you consulted Orhtopedician
Doctor :   *orthopedics
Doctor :   have you had MRI of back?
Doctor :   Have you had Physiotheraphy?
Doctor :   What treatment is done so far?
User :   No I have not. I've had Xray and even went to Chiro before I got wise ;)
User :   I have slight compression in L3 and T3.
User :   As does my dad.
User :   I suspect this may have something to do with it.
Doctor :   So there was no MRI
User :   No MRI
Doctor :   how do you know compression
Doctor :   From X ray
User :   Because i've been to many physio and ostea (approx 17)
Doctor :   Y/n
User :   yes from Xray and many consults
User :   I can also feel it myself and hear it when I turn.
Doctor :   Mr. XXXXXXXX Please get MRI
Doctor :   Please consult Orthopedician
Doctor :   Please continue Physio
User :   Okay. I will do. Probably will not continue physio as I can't afford it.
Doctor :   MRI will direct diagnosis and thus management
Doctor :   You can learn exercises from Physio and do with lots of self motivation
User :   Yes exactly! I have a folder of physio excersizes!
Doctor :   ok
User :   Thankyou very much. I will do this.
Doctor :   Pain medicines, maintaining weight, good diet , good posture
User :   hahah Thanks for your time, Dr. Jagdish
Doctor :   Plus accurate diagnosis from MRI in chronic back pain and Orrhoopinion are veryful in management
Doctor :   Thank you
Doctor :   Take care
Doctor :   Bye
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