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Knee pain and hip little
Hi Doctor, I have Knee pain and little hip pain. I consulted ortho doctor he told me to do exercise. But it did not reduce. Later I visited rheumatology doctor he gave SAAZ 1000 mg and zycel 200 mg. And Solumedrol injunction to my knees. Later I did not get any pain. After 1 month again I got knee pain. I have stop all medicine, I visited orthopedic doctor he gave mexate tablet 7.5 mg weekly once. Now I am confused. According to Blood report HLA B27 is positive, apart from tat everything is fine what. Her it is spondylitis or rhenutology arthritis I am confused please clarify. I am 24 years guy. I have 2 question, 1 is whether tat medicine is proper or wat I need to do. Next is I do masturbate daily does it affect to knee pain?
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U need to do ex's daily basis, need maintain flexibility & strength in ur lower body.
Next Steps
Visit Physiotherapist & continue ex's.
Health Tips
Do Aquatic therapy(Part of Physiotherapy)
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Hello there...... If you have leg pain from cramps or overuse, take these steps first: Rest as much as possible.Elevate your leg....Apply ice for up to 15 minutes. Do this 4 times per day, more often for the first few days....Gently stretch and massage cramping muscles....Take over-the-counter pain medicines.... Other treatment options will depend on the cause of your leg pain..... Consult Orthopedician.....
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