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My mother is 75 yrs old and she regularly complains of pain in her joints for the the last 3-4 years.she has normal blood pressure and is not diabetic.kindly advise any blood tests and medications for her ?

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Dear patient Your mother is suffering from post - menopausal senile osteoporosis. her bones have become weak due to deficiency of calcium and vitamin D. this usually occurs in old age and after menopause.get the following investigations done: dexa bone scan , vitamin D level , blood calcium , complete haemogram and blood urea.Consult a orthopaedic surgeon who will advise you medications according to your test reports. ... read more


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I would appreciate your advice on taking biotin 2500mcg, 3000 mcg or 5000 mcg, i am a diabetic.

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Hi, Biotin is a vitamin complex and is useful for many purposes, mainy for hair fall purposes and loss of hair color and to maintain the texture of skin,however debatable but still is prescribed by most doctors. It can also be prescribed to diabetics for better control of sugar. Why has it been prescribed to you ? Now its usual requirement is not more than 500 mcg and if given at higher dosage is mostly removed through the body through urine unless there is any deficency of botin. Do you face a ... read more


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