Archive for March 7th, 2012
» posted on Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 at 9:59 pm by
Question by yoddlebug: how to cure arthritis from trauma and how to build auticular cartilage?
any information regarding this would be helpful. also advice and experiences would be helpful too, thank u.
Answer by formerly_bob
Its a little tricky because exercise is needed to help the joint rebuild, but exercise can wear down the cartilage faster than it builds, so you have to pay careful attention to pain and inflammation to find the limits. Isometric exercises are very good when starting out. Probably one of the most important things is encouraging blood flow to the cartilage. You can do this by stretching the joint daily and massaging the joint for several minutes, following the stretching. Blood flow is also stimulated by applying ice to the joint for a bout 10-15 minutes after exercising. If you leave the ice on longer, it starts reducing flow, so keep it short. You might also see about visiting a physical therapist to get you started.
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» posted on Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 at 6:12 pm by
A few nice joint pain and lyme disease images I found:
» posted on Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 at 6:09 pm by
Q&A: methadone madness-in the face of certain death(terminally ill)and living with chronic pain(peripheral neurapat?
Question by mason112277: methadone madness-in the face of certain death(terminally ill)and living with chronic pain(peripheral neurapat?
does anyone know where to get the federal regulations concerning treatment of chronic pain using methadone.was dropped from 880mgs/day(methadone) & 64mgs of dilaudid for no reason. is this legal or even ethnical? Hippocratic oath anyone?
Answer by ttpawpaw
I don’t know who did this for you but there are several good places to start. The first place is the hospital administration. Another place is a pain management clinic.
There are several things you will have to find out before accusing anyone. The milligram weight of one pill against another is not comparing apples to oranges. An example is comparing aspirin (325mg) against ibuprofin (200). The next thing you need to do is question why did they change. The prescribing doctor must give you an answer. Maybe the Methadone wasn’t working as well as it should. Maybe the methadone was reaching a toxisity level and the dilaudid could provide a better result.
If you don’t get a good answer you can always contact the state medicle board and have them investigate.pp
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» posted on Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 at 3:53 pm by
Question by girl_in_vernon: Has anyone ever experienced knee pain when sitting or or going up stairs?
In early September I started a new job that required much more getting up and down, I started to notice some knee pain when bending my knee that sometimes extends up my thigh muscle when move aggravated. My Dr. told me to just strengthen my quads and I’d be find. I have now begun to have problems with me knee when I walk and feel like Its going to give out. Any good suggestions on if he’s correct or what could be going on.
Answer by Dear Kayla
okay, here’s the perfect answer, avoid going up and down stairs. sitting or standing. just lay down, and enjoy yourself
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» posted on Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 at 2:09 pm by
Question by Alexis Sapheena: Is there any kind of Herbal or Natural pain medicine for Diabetic Nerve Pain?
My Mom has Diabetic Nerve Pain in her feet due to trauma and slight injury from stepping barefooted on small hard objects. She is a heart patient and a lot of the pain drugs prov en to help stop the pain she is not allowed to take! Are there any natural or herbal treatments that anyone knows of?
Answer by thefairystepmother
Capsaicin puts the heat in hot peppers. It manipulates the body’s pain status by hindering pain perception, triggering the release of pain-relieving endorphins and providing analgesic action. Commercial capsaicin-containing creams such as Zostrix, Heet and Capzasin-P are used topically for arthritic and nerve pain. Creams containing .025 percent capsaicin can significantly reduce osteoarthritic pain when applied to joints four times daily. A higher concentration of .075 percent works best for peripheral nerve pain — such as that from diabetic nerve damage, HIV and pain following cancer surgery. When using topical capsaicin products, be sure to avoid touching your eyes and other sensitive areas.
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» posted on Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 at 11:46 am by
A few nice lower abdomen pain images I found:
09 September 2009
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First full day of TechEd and I can honestly say I’m exhausted. Sessions, hanging out in the expo hall, what felt like constantly eating and here I’m taking a few minutes to rest before heading out again for the WARDY IT Solutions party. I drank not a single alcoholic beverage and still found myself with lower abdomen pains. Not happy was Ali but thankfully paracetamol helped a lot.
» posted on Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 at 7:14 am by
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last week the surgeon and i agreed on a date for knee replacement in late december or early january, so i was set to endure a few more months (doing pre-surgery physiotherapy and continuing the experimental drug regimen) hobbling about on my cane. since i’m near the end of the trial for the osteoperosis drugs, i put my name on the cancellation list and the surgeon agreed to keep me at the top of it, and today i booked a new surgical date of october 20, much sooner than i expected. the drug trial isn’t over, but after some phoning around to my other specialists i think i’m ready to be cut open (though one doctor with interest in the trial has yet to respond with his opinion). this year has been a test, and i’m very much looking forward to a return to my normal life. i’ve got the post-surgical recovery prepared, physiotherapiy and acupuncture plans in the works, and i’m hoping to be able to be in the gym getting back into shape very quickly. i’ve stockpiled books, as well, but i have no idea how long it’ll be before i can sit at my desk so unless i buy a laptop, i’ll be vanishing from vital online life in twelve days. oh, and mountain – i’ll have to post the orininal mix of this later, it’s much better than this version.
empty-handed but alive
Image by breahn
uploaded very early in the day, I know… couldn’t sleep. the first night of my new life was spent sleeping on the floor with little more than the clothes on my back; even now, most of my belongings are stored in cardboard boxes like this one. life hasn’t all been uphill since. but I look back at how exhilarating it was to be standing alone in a totally new place and start afresh, and I remember how amazing it was- how amazing it is- that I’m alive and here today.