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Constant pain in legs, hyperthyroidism, cervical kyphosis. On carbimazole. What can help me?

Hello Doctor, I am 40 Years old Female, Indian by origin, non-vegetarian. I am suffering from the following ailments please help me. • There is a constant pain in my legs from knee to ankle i.e calves region. • I am diagnosed of hyperthyroidism and on carbimazole 10mg which yields normal report of blood. • I feel constant pricking pain under right arm to the upper shoulder upto neck. • The MRI report is normal but there is cervical kyphosis or reversal of lordosis . • My MRI of Brain and Spine was shown to Neuro Physician and MS Ortho both of them opined it to be normal and only prescribed pain killers and muscle relaxants. • I have also acidity and excessive gastritis. Please help me and prescribe medicines.
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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Hi..The prime most important is thyroid disorder, but the levels were to be normal.,
the kyphosis and lordosis is congenital.., need not to be treated until there is significant necessary..
The gastritis is due to excess of drugs which you are taking for pain.. only analgesic is enough.

Take care..
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