Abdominal Pain And Pain In The Knee Joint?
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There is no relationship between knee pain and IBD (irritable bowel disease). You can read about IBD here. Meanwhile, the knee pain that you experience can be caused by several diseases below, namely:
1. Obesity, which causes your knee to work more to gain weight.
2. Knee injury, can occur due to excessive activity suddenly or due to habitual activities that often use the knee (such as lifting heavy loads).
3. Arthritis of the knee, such as osteoarthritis, gout arthritis (gout), and others.
Try to lose weight, if you are overweight or obese. You can consult with a nutritionist in this matter. Rest your knees for the first time in a while, until the complaint improves. You can use an elastic bandage to limit the movement of the knee joint. Apply an ice pack to the affected area to relieve pain symptoms. When sitting or lying down, position your knees higher to expedite venous veins.
If the complaint is getting annoying or does not improve at all after 3 days, you should consult with an orthopedic specialist. In order to be able to do further inspection and appropriate handling according to the cause.
Thus hopefully useful.