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my bones pains so much i have a problem in walking!

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i had a lump apprea under the skin on my foream about three inches from the crease that was about three months ago now it seems like i have two more there, what do you think it could be and it is very painful especially when i lift anything, also sometimes my bones pains so much i have a problem in walking,


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replied November 6th, 2011
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Hi, welcome to the ehealth forum and I am glad to help you.
You seem concerned by the lump under the skin of your forearm which had appeared three months ago and now two more lumps have appeared in the vicinity of the previous one.
There is the possibility of soft tissue tumor most commonly lipomas which are common in the age group of 40-60 years. These are painless tumors and usually slow growing.Usually, treatment of a lipoma is not necessary, unless the tumor becomes painful or restricts movement.Removal of the tumor is indicated if it grows too big or is very fast growing when more dangerous type liposarcoma has to be ruled out.
There is one thing important to know that the actual identity of a lump is not known until after it is removed and histopathologically examined.
You must consult your physician for definitive diagnosis as the same is not possible online.
Hope this helps. Take care.
Note: This answer is not intended as and does not substitute for medical advice - the information presented is for patient education only. Please see your personal physician for further evaluation of your individual case.



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replied November 11th, 2011
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replied May 24th, 2012
There is one thing important to know that the actual identity of a lump is not known until after it is removed and histopathologically examined.
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replied July 18th, 2012
The lump may be due to soft tissue as there is nothing on an X-ray. It can also be a ligament or tendon injury. I would suggest without wasting time and money here and there you should consult physician for a proper diagnosis.
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replied September 15th, 2012
All diseases come from cell dysfunction. If you can detox your body, your health will dramatically improve. I am a wellness consultant and working with patients of all kinds of diseases.
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replied October 9th, 2012
Re: my bones pains so much i have a problem in walking!
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i had a lump apprea under the skin on my foream about three inches from the crease that was about three months ago now it seems like i have two more there, what do you think it could be and it is very painful especially when i lift anything, also sometimes my bones pains so much i have a problem in walking,




you just concern with your family doctor
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replied October 9th, 2012
please concern with your family doctor
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replied October 18th, 2012
deposits of metastasis on adenocarcemoma
My father is 63 yrs, diagnosed metastasis deposits on adenocarcemoma, took first chemo therapy in a small dosage. Aiming to take radiation in the affected area.
Dr. told this is in Third stage. By the last three months only he has more pain on disk, The heavy pain is moving to disk through his legs. Now he is struggling to stand or walk. Now the dr suggested to take Morphine capsules. Dr. Please tell us any scope for him into future life. and how long he can live in the beautiful world with out pain. we are too poor to take any high treatment or surgery.
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replied November 19th, 2012
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My grand mother is suffering from bone pain. Whenever she goes for a walk she has a lot of pain is it a normal joint pain or something else.
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replied August 11th, 2013
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All diseases come from cell dysfunction. If you can detox your body, your health will dramatically improve. I am a wellness consultant and working with patients of all kinds of diseases.(transitional care)
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replied March 10th, 2019
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and I understand your concern.
These lumps are looking lipomas which are benign tumours. However histopathology of the lumps will dig out the nature of lump. It turned out to be lipoma , then your bone pains has no association with these benign tumours. You should look for vitamin D,calcium and vitamin deficiencies.
I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
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replied March 25th, 2019
Medication is the most popular way to manage osteoporosis pain. Your doctor can prescribe some for you or recommend some over-the-counter treatments you can buy at the drugstore. Meds that may help include: Pain relievers like acetaminophen, aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen.
How do I get rid of bone pain?
1. Hot or cold packs, or a combination of the two, can soothe sore areas.
2. Eat a healthy diet that includes enough calcium and vitamin D to keep your bones as strong as they can be.
3. Maintain a healthy weight to ease stress and strain on your joints.
4. Exercise regularly.
Best Medicine for bone pain and Mostly doctor suggest this:
Acetaminophen (Tylenol), or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), like ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil).
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replied April 9th, 2019
drink more water
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replied April 10th, 2019
Serious cases of peripheral artery disease can cause leg pain even when the person isn't walking. This "rest pain" most often occurs in the feet.
Even more serious are cases when the condition leads to tissue death and gangrene.
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replied May 10th, 2019
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When walking is supposed to be good for you, why do you have to suffer with leg pains? And what causes the pain in your legs when walking? Fitness experts used to stress the benefits of heavy-duty aerobic exercise — the kind that makes you breathe hard and gets your heart going. But the message changed to moderation after a number of studies showed that physical activity that's far less taxing is associated with lower rates of heart disease, some cancers, and several other illnesses — if it's done regularly. Plain old walking usually tops the moderate-intensity exercise list because it's easy, convenient, and free, and it requires minimal equipment — a comfortable pair of shoes.
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