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Joint pain and breathlessness on jogging - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hi doctor
Doctor :   How can i help you
User :   When I run on the road
Doctor :   ok
User :   I get pains in the joints
User :   But on the treadmill
Doctor :   Dou you do jogging?
User :   Without pain I Can run
User :   ya
User :   But treadmill is costly
Doctor :   Since how many days you are using treadmill
User :   1 year
User :   whenver I try on the road, pain starts
Doctor :   Can i know your occupation
User :   XXX
User :   XXX
Doctor :   Kindly mention your age, gender
User :   M
User :   32
Doctor :   If you are not comfortable with jogging, you can do walking instead of jogging
User :   No
Doctor :   Where do you exactly get pain
User :   I wanna run the half marathon
User :   that's why
User :   Also I feel breathless
User :   after say 20 min
Doctor :   I think you have to check with physician and have complete physical examination
Doctor :   Since your complaining of breathless
User :   I did
User :   heart checkup normal
User :   PFT test normal
Doctor :   Hemogram
User :   ok
User :   should i do that?
Doctor :   Blood sugar, ECG
User :   Normal
Doctor :   Yes

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