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Constant leg pain after c section
I have so much foot pain for the past 2 years only on left leg.. when I stand for so long or after waking up.. I'm constantly having it even if I don't do any work at all. I had c sec 2 years before. My back is very stiff. Also I'm getting knee pain nowdays. All only on left leg.. please help.
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Hi ma'am These issues are so common these days after pregnancy...pain in foot can have different diagnosis like plantar fascitis, calcaneal spur or even some neurological issues...we need a detailed history of your complaint of what is the actual problem, what is the cause and other associated complaints Homeopathy is gentle and permanent result is attained
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don't go for vigorous stretching exercises without knowing the actual problem...consult doctor or physical therapist for starting any kind of exercise.
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Hello Mam, Thanks for your valuable question, we understand your problem completely. Best is to treat your problem with herbal supplements to avoid any side effects. Contact us at Phone or online chat with us to get best herbal medicine. Thanks
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Need your case history completely. Homeopathy can treat this type of problem successfully. You may be suffering from sciatica or varicose veins. Once check your leg whether there are swelling of veins. Consult me online for treatment.
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Take calcium and iron rich foods in your diet. Eat plenty of fruits.
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Hello Ma'am, ! Don't worry ,Take Tab/Cap Ashwagandha 2 bid with milk or Ashwagandhadi avaleha 1 tsf bid with milk,or Ashwagandha Churna 1 tsf bid, massage gently with Rumasyl oil+olive oil , Decoction of fresh Giloy Tinospora cordifolia+ Dashmool quath+harshringar leaves bid
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Surya Namaskar, kapalbhanti Bhastrika etc, Madhur Amla lavan ras dominant simple food seasonal fruits and vegetables walnuts almonds pistachio Draksha anjeer Sprouted seeds fresh butter milk after lunch
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Hello .....need full details....Backpain either due to after effects of C section .....or not we must confirm.You said leg pain also....is it radiating from back all along? If so it is Sciatica ...And you said foot pain means HEEL pain ??? If so may be calcaneum spur or Tendoachillitis which is very common nowadays due to our lifestyle. You have not mentioned your Occupation ?
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So please give more details.... Consult online.
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Do exercise
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Need complete details..Plz consult
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It is completely curable, after c section mostly woman get these issues like back pain, stiffness and bodyache or leg pain. You can visit our center to get complete cure through plasma treatment. It is very powerful and effective latest treatment. However if you are looking for home remedy, try this one: Boil 20gm of cinnamon stick with 30 gm of fresh ginger in 2 cups water until only half of the liquid is left. Drink 1 cup three times a day.
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maintain body posture.
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Needs careful evaluation. Kindly consult via chat.
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Since it is unilateral, it may not be related to C- section. It is lumbar spine/ disc/ nerve compression problem and your symptoms sounds like SCIATICA so do the following test you will get a clear diagnosis. MRI -LS Spine
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Below are exercises that strengthen the lower back and help manage lower back pain: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323204.php#seated-lower-back-rotational-stretches 1. Bridges—Lie on the ground and bend the knees, placing the feet flat on the floor hip-width apart. Press the feet into the floor, keeping the arms by the sides. Raise the buttocks off the ground until the body forms a straight line from the shoulders to the knees. Squeeze the buttocks with the shoulders remaining on the floor. Lower the buttocks to the ground and rest for a few seconds. Repeat 15 times and then rest for 1 minute. Do 3 sets of 15 repetitions. 2. Knee-to-chest stretches— Lie on the back on the floor. Bend the knees, keeping both feet flat on the floor. Use both hands to pull one knee in toward the chest. Hold the knee against the chest for 5 seconds, keeping the abdominals tight and pressing the spine into the floor. Return to the starting position. Repeat with the opposite leg. Repeat with each leg 2–3 times twice a day. 3. Lower back rotational stretches—Lie back on the floor with bent knees and feet flat on the ground. Keeping the shoulders firmly on the floor, gently roll both bent knees over to one side. Hold the position for 5–10 seconds. Return to the starting position. Gently roll the bent knees over to the opposite side, hold, and then return to the starting position. Repeat 2–3 times on each side twice a day. 4. Draw-in maneuvers— Lie back on the floor with knees bent and feet flat, keeping the arms by the sides. Breathe in deeply. While breathing out, pull the bellybutton toward the spine, tightening the abdominal muscles and keeping the hips still. Hold the position for 5 seconds. Repeat 5 times. 5. Pelvic tilts— Lie back on the floor with knees bent and feet flat, keeping the arms by the sides. Gently arch the lower back and push the stomach out. Hold for 5 seconds, then relax. Flatten the back and pull the bellybutton in toward the floor. Hold for 5 seconds, then relax. Increase the number of repetitions daily, building up to 30. 6. Lying lateral leg lifts— Lie on one side with the legs together. Keep the lower leg slightly bent. Draw the bellybutton into the spine to engage the core muscles. Raise the top leg about 18 inches, keeping it straight and extended. Hold the position for 2 seconds. Repeat 10 times. Turn onto the other side of the body and repeat, lifting the other leg. Perform 3 sets on each side. 7. Cat stretches— Get onto the hands and knees with the knees hip-width apart. Arch the back, pulling the bellybutton up toward the spine. Slowly relax the muscles and allow the abdomen to sag toward the floor. Return to the starting position. Repeat 3–5 times twice a day. 8. Supermans— Lie face down on the ground and stretch both arms out in front of the body, keeping the legs stretched out and flat on the ground. Raise both the hands and feet, aiming to create a gap of about 6 inches between them and the floor. Try to pull in the bellybutton, lifting it off the floor to engage the core muscles. Keep the head straight and look at the floor to avoid neck injury. Stretch the hands and feet outward as far as possible. Hold the position for 2 seconds. Return to the starting position. Repeat 10 times.
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