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Several episodes of severe pain in the knee joints - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   My blood pressure is usually in the rage of 143/78 pulse 81 and now is 117/69 pulse 77 (with no blood pressure medicine) I have been having problems with my legs hurting for a while now. Can not walk thru the grocery store without struggling to walk out...legs hurt so bad. Arms are very tiring when lifting and period of time
I am constantly hurting and taken numerous arthritis medicines
User: I am 61 years old
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   I am Dr.Mazumdar
Doctor :   Let me read the query
User :   Hello Dr
Doctor :   I think you have severe episodes of arthritis
Doctor :   You should take the help of a physiotherapist to help your problem immediately
Doctor :   You cannot go out with out support
User :   Well evidently I am not taking anything strong enough I hurt all the time
Doctor :   Then you may need a strong pain medicatiuon during these times
Doctor :   You can speak to your Doctor for the same
User :   Thank you so much
Doctor :   A massage on the joints helps in quick relieving
User :   ok
Doctor :   If you wish I can give you more information about it
Doctor :   I need more time to help you best of my ability over chat
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