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Pain in shin area after walking, running
Hello, My husband is facing pain in shin region front side on both the legs after walking for 45mins or doing thread mill of 1km or standing more than 45mins since 6 months. Suggest what to do and how to solve this problem. Myself a doctor and i have started giving him calcium supplement tablet every night since 2 days. Thanks.
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Shin splints" is a term people use to describe a pain they get in their shins when they exercise. The medical term for shin splints is "medial tibial stress syndrome." Treatment involves: ●Rest ●Elevation ●Ice your shin – Put a cold gel pack, bag of ice, or bag of frozen vegetables on your shin every 1 to 2 hours, for 15 minutes each time. ●Take a pain-relieving medicine -sos
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Get colour Doppler of both lower limb blood vessels and blood b12 vit d3 test consult me thru practo online
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Hello Ma’am, Having pain in shin area on running is suggestive of stress injury/ reaction in tibia bone. This can be concerning if left unattended as there is a risk, though Low of having a fracture. Please get x ray tibia to have a look of any stress reaction. If negative, I will recommend MRI of leg also to look for stress changes (it’s more sensitive than X ray). Ultimately he has to curtail his activities and reduce his walking and running distance. I would also like to evaluate for Vit D deficiency.
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X-ray, MRI leg, Vit D level
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Reduce walking and running distance and speed
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That may be e due to overuse Ask him to decrease duration  of excercise And ask to do trademil alternate day Thank u
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Check his D3 level
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Consult directly with me through Practo
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Start S3 supplements
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Hello sir, Needs proper history and clinical discussion, please consult on my personal app, its completely free. *You can have chat or video call discussion* http://arth.link/drortho Or https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tech.arth.drjaideepgaver
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