Overweight And Osteo ArthritisHello to all the learned and experienced doctors out there,
This is regarding my brother who has recently been diagonised with oste0 arthritis. Actually there are again multiple problems and they might all be related. About 4 years ago, he was operated for extra bone in an ankle which looked a very sharp piece the again about 6 months ago he expperience pain in the second ankle and was operated in that too.. He still is having pain in the ankles and now the doctors say that there is calcium deposition in tendons which cannot be operated. He also has aggravated pain in the knees and cannot get up or lower down and experiences unbearable pain. Which recently an x-ray reveled to be an early stage of osteo-arthritis. He is only 31 years old and unmarried.
I would also like to mention his physical and other traits...
He is overweight with 100 kgs at the height of 5'8 He has been trying to control his weight for last decade but even if he succeeds playing football and can bring douwn to 6-7 kgs, the knee and ankle pains do not allow him to continue further and then again he gains weight. He has a very prominent hip and butt region and has to walk under its weight. also has a buldging belly and swollen mammary glands for quite long. He is very fragile with joints (even shoulders) There is a quite a dramatic contrast of his facial skin color and rest of the body. He used to have blood oozing out of 'pimples' about 5 years ago like anything which have left some dents in his facial skin. Has very soft hair and a receding forehead hairline. Has multi stream urine.
nature wise he is very short tempered and adamant.
He badly needs to get in shape and I beg to have some recommendations for his weight loss and all the arthritis problem. I would be hugely grateful as the family cant see him walking limpy and most things are out of allopathy's methods. PLEASE HELP !!!!!
don_1 on 2007-10-26
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