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Jun 6, 2015 · I've been hospitalized twice. Did someone of you had had servere knee [...] in Bones, Joints & Muscles

I’ve been hospitalized twice. Did someone of you had had servere knee pain, radiate pain in a disgnosis first stated as acute sciatic pain, but after all kind of studies the doctors told they saw nothing wrong in the nerves or bones, (I did scans on my knee, a whole body resonance or scan and other thorough checkups)? They only found a small fracture in D-12 dorsal vertebrae, which is not normally related to knee pain. I have to wait 20 days because they did a lumbar puncture, but basically nothing is wrong. Could a tiny fracture in D-12 be related to acute knee and leg pain? Thanks for sharing if anyone has a problem related to mine.

May 31, 2015 · After an initial diagnosis of sachrum lesion & cystitis, and then, a [...] in Bones, Joints & Muscles

After an initial diagnosis of sachrum lesion & cystitis, and then, a week later, hospitalized with almost a paralyzed left leg and intense pain in the knee, of lumbar and sciatic nerve lesion, during which I received fentanol, dexometasone and tramadol by IV, with almost no scans made (a terrible mistreatment) I was discharged and decided to consult another team of doctors. After a bone centellogram, (hope is that the correct expression), and other studies, they knew I have a lession in my D-12 dorsal vertebrae that probably is the cause of the symptoms. They STILL dont know. Two questions: Does pregabaline really help and how long the patient takes it? Why some doctors prescribe codeine (with the knee pains I had, it almost worked) and others cringe at the request, like a person was asking for something illegal? Does codeine cause further damage that I dont know of? I have 60 mg pill every 6, 7 hours. Thanks a lot, but I was disastrously mistreated the first time, very traumatic. I also don’t understand the tremendous knee pain.

May 31, 2015 · Un cuadro diagnosticado como sacroilitis con el agregado de cistitis in Español

Luego de un cuadro diagnosticado como sacroilitis con el agregado de cistitis, y un segundo dos semanas después de lumbociatalgia, durante el cual solo me fueron administrados medicamentos como codeína en 60 mg, y fentanol, dexometasona, tramadol, etc, ya en internación por vía endovenosa, y nunca se me hizo ningun otro estudio salvo una resonancia total magnetica que no dio resultados, recurri a otros médicos y ha ido haciendo los estudios correspondientes. Tengo aparentemente un problema en la vértebra dorsal D-12.Aun no saben que es. Me preocupan muchas cosas, pero las dos primeras las dejo en esta pregunta. Por qué algunos medicos se resisten tanto a prescribir codeína (sé que es derivado de la morfina) cuando ante dolores muy intensos a veces no hay otra cosa que los calme y se supone que es transitorio? La pregabalina es muy efectiva en la desinflamación de cuadros como la ciatalgia. Debe tomarse prolongadamente? Agrego una tercera: este tipo de dolencias es para un traumatologo, un neurologo o un clínico? Pido disculpas, pero me han tratado en un principio de manera desastrosa. 🙂