Pain in both hands and feet
Feeling week, slight dizziness, feel like vomiting but do not vomit
Not able to seat or do any work
Feeling sleepy all the time
Happening from last 5 days
Until 10 days back there was unbearable pain in breast (happening frequently from last 2-3 month)
Which type of doctor to consult (specialty... physiotherapist!!)?
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ur symptoms are pointing towrads fibromyalgia which is a condition in which muscle fibers gets affected . Symptoms include chronic muscle pain, fatigue, sleep problems, and painful tender points or trigger points, which can be relieved through physiotherapy- trigger point release and myofascial release to be specific. You need an expert physio to handle this as it is not easy to treat fibromyalgia as most often it is misdaignosed.
you can mail /call me for details about the treatment
Do not go for massage as it could aggravate your problem
Hot fomentation x twice daily.
Shoulder Shrugs .
Core Strengthening Exercises.
Take frequent Breaks at work
Use cervical pillow.
Use Back Support.
Self Massage the back of neck.
I can understand your concern.
I would like to know if the pain is related in anyway to your periods.
Do you also feel any swelling in your breast?
All other symptoms can be explained by nutritional deficiency.
Take a cap. Absolut 3g once a day after food for 10 days.
You need to consult a general physician in person for further evaluation and management.
Dr. Anil kumar jain.
You must check with General Physician and Your Gynaecologist. before starting with physio/ something as the ancillary causation of the problem was the severe breast pain that you had since past 3 months. The linkage of pain with the problem has to be identified so that root cause can found and eliminated.
Seek Urgent Consultation with Gynae. and a General Physician before anyone else.
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