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Are knee cracking sound and vitamin D deficiency correlated? - Answered in Orthopedics and Traumatology

Hello doctor, My query is regarding knee joint and lower back pain ... I am also having lower back pain problem ... The sound is not accompanied by painView thread »

Is there any sign of cancer in the MRI neck of my mother? - Answered in Radiology

My mother got her first MRI scan done a week back without contrast medium ... Hi, Welcome back to icliniq ... Hello doctor, My mother is suffering from severe neck pain for the past year ... She even got several shots in her neck for pain by a physical therapist but nothing seems to be working … View thread »

Please suggest the best remedy for back pain. - Answered in Spine health

Hi doctor, I have been battling with back pain since a year ... I had a ureteroscopy, crushing and removal of the stone a month ago, but however the back pain still persists ... I associated this pain with a kidney stone which I had for a couple of years … View thread »

Please clarify my MRI report. - Answered in Neuro surgery

I had back pain in the past, but never for this long period of time ... I had pain in my abdomen that had spread to my spine ... The pain has reduced, but still I am uncomfortable … View thread »

Please advise treatment for persistent right lower back pain. - Answered in Orthopedics and Traumatology

Now left side is fine, but I have developed tingling and burning pain in the right lower back ... Pain in the right lower back continues … View thread »

Does ligament laxity occur as a side effect of Sevoflurane? - Answered in Anesthesiology

Two years back, I had spine surgery for a herniated disk at the level of L5/S1 ... Hi, Welcome back to icliniq ... Uncommon side effects occurring in 01 to 1 % of patients are dry mouth, arrhythmia, ECG abnormalities, increased sputum, hypoxia, wheezing, bronchospasm, hyperventilation, pharyngitis, hiccup, hypoventilation, dyspnea, stridor, hypoxia, asthma, crying, nervousness, confusion, insomnia, confusional state, syncope, hypertonia, taste perversion, asthenia, pain, fluorosis, increase in AST (aspartate aminotransferase), increase in ALT (alanine transaminase), bilirubinemia, increase in LDH (lactate dehydrogenase), increase in alkaline phosphatase, hypophosphatemia, acidosis, hyperglycemia, increase in BUN (blood urea nitrogen), increase in creatinine, glycosuria, albuminuria, amblyopia, conjunctivitis, urination impaired, urine abnormality, urinary retention, oliguria, pruritus, and rash … View thread »

Please explain my mother's MRI findings. - Answered in Orthopedics and Traumatology

Hi doctor, My mother has been suffering from acute back pain and leg pain for the past one year ... Revert back with the reports to an orthopaedician and traumatologist online ... The above statement means that the disc has herniated from its normal confined limits and is pressing on the nerves leading to pain in the area of distribution of nerves, which in this case is outer part and calf region of the leg … View thread »

Experiencing pins and needles in both legs. What can be the cause? - Answered in Radiology

Hello doctor, I had a neck fusion a few years back ... The neck is worse than the back at this point ... Sorry to hear the pain and discomfort you are having and wish you a quick recovery … View thread »

Please suggest some remedy for my mom's low back pain. - Answered in Internal Medicine

Hi doctor, My 62 year old mother has been experiencing lower back pain for the last two to three days ... Your mother seems to be suffering from either muscular back pain or prolapsed intervertebral disc compression ... She prefers to take common painkillers like Brufen, Tylenol, etc … View thread »

My doctor advised surgery for radiating low back pain. Is that right? - Answered in Neurology

Hi doctor, I feel pain in my lower back ... Considering the MRI report and radiation of back pain till the point of big toe, I am of the opinion that surgery is the best modality of treatment ... The pain is radiating to my left foot and left big toe … View thread »