Queen Elizabeth II: Queen Elizabeth II, who held the throne of Britain for 70 years, has died in Scotland at the age of 96. A statement issued by Buckingham Palace said that Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral Palace in Scotland on Thursday afternoon. The Queen was battling many health issues.
According to media reports, the queen had an episodic mobility problem. She could not walk and was finding it very difficult to stand. Due to health problems, Queen Elizabeth II also canceled the scheduled meeting with ministers on Wednesday on the advice of doctors.
In view of the health of Queen Elizabeth, the doctors were constantly monitoring. Let us tell you that he also got corona infection in February this year. Although the symptoms were like a mild cold. At the same time, after the death of the Queen, her son Prince Charles, wife Camilla, grandson Prince Williams reached Scotland on Thursday itself.
What is the episodic mobility problem the queen had?
Episodic mobility, a disease that Queen Elizabeth II was battling with, makes it difficult for a person to get up and stand. Even the patient is not able to walk properly. In this disease, the patient also suffers from joint pain and keeps groaning from the record. According to doctors, in episodic mobility disease, the muscles of the body become very weak and the problem of joint pain increases. This disease can happen not only to the elderly but to people of any age.
At the same time, according to doctors, no formal diagnosis of episodic mobility has come yet. In this, there is fluctuation in the mobility of the patient, chronic injury or pain may emerge in the patient suffering from this problem.
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