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I had a fall 6 months ago . Broke some cartage in my knee. My knee does a fast give out when I am walking. dont know what it is. Now I got told i have tendonitis of the ankle. It is so pain full. What is causing this and what can be done to help me. The doctor said I will some day need knee surgery and foot surgery to fuse all my bone toes together. He does not know why my knee on the out side gives a fast snap and gives out. Hop you can help me. Thank you Candie

The Changes seen in your musculoskeletal system are age related symptoms, Cartilage are Outer lining of the bones which in your case as you say, its broken, please understand, Cartilage cannot be regrown naturally as other tissue in the body. The knee give out fast, because your whole body weight is been carried by the weak knees while you walk, this in turn could lead to impaired gait cycle which ultimately result in pain in ankle causing tendonitis. if you take proper medication / physical a ...

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can you masterbate after spine surgery

Hi, Yes if you had only laminectomy then it might have been possible for you to go a little earlier(around 2 weeks) to your usual activities but when you have spine fusion to then you actually have to wait a little longer (around 6-8 weeks ) is the average resting resting period. Infact only to realize that your back pain has reduced, it will take around 3-4 weeks. If you had the same pain, that is enough a message for you that it is not the right time to come back to your routine. It also dep ...

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i have knee pain. i dont want a knee surgery. is there any way to manage my knee joints without pain and avoid surgery. please give advice me.

Hi I am Dr Alok, Rheumatologist from Delhi What is the cause of your knee pain? if it is due to Osteoarthritis, Physiotherapy and the life style management is the only answer Hope this will help should you have any queries, please donot hesitate ...

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Hi, I am due for elective surgery in 11 days for breast augmentation, under general anaesthetic , however I have used small amounts of amphetamines (base) Daily for the last 3 months. I have stopped taking them today, will this have an affect of my surgery? Will I be in danger whilst under GA Thankyou in advance

Hi, You should inform your anaesthetist and surgeon regarding the same. Because the amphetamines may have altered your requirement of anaesthetics. So please discuss with your surgeon and anaesthetist if it has been adequate time for the drugs to wash out of your system so your recovery is normal. Wishing you a speedy and uneventful Breast Aug. Dr.Surindher Consultant Aesthetic & Plastic Surgeon ...

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So i got 5 teeth pulled as well as 2 root canals andthey put a temp bridge im on clyndamiacin for4 days but now its hard to breathe and my tongue is covered in thick yellow stuff please respond so i know if i should go to emergency room

it is quite a lot of work to get done in one go. and that too with limited antibiotic cover. are you on any pain killers? if problem persists you need to get it checked. ...

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I've been recommended to have a wisdom tooth pulled because it has long roots and is near a nerve (and artery?). I'm living in South Korea so it's hard to understand exactly whats up. If this is the case, is this an emergency or could I wait 6 months until I'm back in the USA to clear it up.

Hello there, First of all let me assure you that whenever any doctor inspects a patient, he or she will usualy recommends a procedure which is in the best interest of the patient on a longer run, this is also known as an ethical approach & practice(This totally depends on the doctors practice, individually). Secondly as you have mentioned there is no pain in the wisdom tooth, there may not be an immediate nerve involvement for that tooth but there is a certain possibility ...

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