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Recurrent shoulder dislocations - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u
User :   Hi Doctor. i wanted to if you are a Orthopaedic Doctor
Doctor :   go ahead with ur problem
Doctor :   ya iam
Doctor :   r u there
User :   yes
User :   actually, two years back i had a right shoulder dislocation
Doctor :   ok
User :   iam a very healthy person and hardly fell sick or had medical problems
User :   suddendly, two year back this dislocation happened
Doctor :   k
User :   until now, there are almost 6 or 7 dislocations happened
Doctor :   which shoulder
User :   right
Doctor :   recurrent shoulder dislocation
Doctor :   ok
User :   can you tell me the probable cause or reason for the same..
User :   and necessary precautions to be taken
Doctor :   sure
User :   i did not consult any doctor till date assuming i might need to go for operation etc
Doctor :   To get a better picture I need this information--
Age: ;Gender; Occupation: ; Location: ; Marital Status:
User :   also.. iam i may not be in a position to invest high for the treatment
Doctor :   k
User :   Age: 27
User :   Gender Male
User :   Occupation: working for a IT company
Doctor :   ok
User :   Marital status : Single
Doctor :   k
User :   can you tell me the probable cause or reason for the same
Doctor :   yep
Doctor :   shoulder dislocation is an injury that occurs when the top of the arm bone (humerus) becomes disconnected from the shoulder blade
User :   Ok
Doctor :   in ur case
User :   Is this going to be a life long problem??? and does if effect me in any other disease or other organs etc
Doctor :   will tel u
Doctor :   Patients who sustain a shoulder dislocation are much more likely to have another shoulder dislocation. The reason is that when a shoulder dislocation occurs, ligaments within the shoulder are torn, and the shoulder joint becomes less stable.
Doctor :   ay it is if not treated properly
Doctor :   r u there
Doctor :   for recurrent dislocation surgery would be better
User :   how much would it charge
Doctor :   cost u can calculate on our portal
Doctor :   could u just see in the home page
Doctor :   u get approx cost of hospitalisztion
Doctor :   Please fill this form I send, and say when done.
User :   can you tell me what would be the probable cause for this. I had never been a fell sick or medical illness
Doctor :   i told u na
Doctor :   when there is laxity in the joint
User :   is this a hereditary
Doctor :   no
Doctor :   reason might be due to anatomical
Doctor :   make of the joint
Doctor :   shallow joint spcae
Doctor :   space
Doctor :   or narrow articular surface
Doctor :   the joint tends to be unstable
Doctor :   Please fill this form I send, and say when done.
Doctor :   nothing to worry
Doctor :   it can corrected
Doctor :   be corrected
Doctor :   dislocation is quiet common
User :   as per your past experience.. if somebody goes for operation, is this happens again in the due course of life
Doctor :   it might happen
Doctor :   but once corrected they will let u know the dos and dont
Doctor :   to follow
Doctor :   if u happen to follow those things
Doctor :   u will be normal
Doctor :   work normally
Doctor :   any thing else u want to know
User :   is there any link to other parts of the body due to this.. i mean is there a chance that my left shoulder or other joints also start dislocating because of this right shoulder dislocation. iam feared
Doctor :   nope
Doctor :   when shoulder dislocates it can injury the nerves
Doctor :   around in u case recurrence i suggest u to see a orthopaedician and find solution soon
User :   thanks for the information... can you tell me my first course of action
User :   shall i get x ray taken
Doctor :   nope see a orthopaedician
Doctor :   can we arrange for the same
Doctor :   he will guide
Doctor :   and tell u whether u need surgery or not based on the findings
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   no doctor would like to operate unless it is needed
Doctor :   they will always see from the patients point of view
Doctor :   what is good for u
User :   yes
User :   we can have a appointment
Doctor :   sure
User :   and as you said... in the home page no charges details are available
Doctor :   u can see the cost
User :   which link??
Doctor :   on home page
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Doctor :   confirm ur details
User :   yes.. correct
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   where u stay in bangalore
Doctor :   when u would like to have an appointment
Doctor :   which day
User :   coming Saturday??
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   One of our doctors will get back to you soon with all the relevant details.
User :   Ok. thanks a lot for your service and advice..
Doctor :   k
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