Causes And Remedies Of Recurrent Leg Cramps?
Hello, I am Alex Wuran 28 years old. My mom has been suffering from one-sided leg paralysis for years. pain to the waist. and have been tested many times and continue to be given medicine according to a doctor’s prescription but it has not been cured until now. Sometimes at night when the pain comes, it hurts a lot. Mama’s waist felt hot as if it was burning until the color of her waist was black. I really want to take it out of town for further investigation and the funds are not enough. Maybe is there a medicinal solution that can relax mom’s feet for a while? because I am still working to be able to take my mom out of town for treatment. So that you can sleep comfortably at night. And Thank you in advance for all the Explanations and Solutions. Evening eyes, greetings from Flores.
Good evening Alex, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We are sorry for your mother's condition. Paralysis of the limbs, as well as pain, itching, heat, burning, cold, sensation of touch, tingling and so on, are conditions that can arise when a person experiences abnormalities in his nervous system. Among the medical conditions that involve disorders of the nervous system are:
Pinched nerve or HNP. This condition is characterized by pain radiating from the back to one leg. Guillain-Barre syndrome. Diseases caused by disorders of the nervous system are characterized by paralysis that originates from both ends of the feet and continues to rise upward. Spinal tumor. Abnormal growths on the spine can also cause abnormalities in the form of paralysis.
So that in the case of your mother, what you are saying is true that further examination by a neurologist is needed to be able to find out more about what condition your mother is experiencing and the extent of treatment that can be given. The neurologist will usually do a history dig and perform a physical examination to determine where the neurological disorder your mother is experiencing. If necessary, your doctor will perform a CT scan, MRI or X-ray.
Meanwhile, to reduce pain, all we can recommend is to use over-the-counter pain medication with a green label at the nearest pharmacy. You can also warm the affected area to help with the pain. However, over-the-counter pain medications are usually used to treat mild to moderate pain. If this drug does not work for your mother, the next step you can take is to check with your mother to the nearest doctor just to ask for a prescription for a stronger pain medication. If your mother does not have health insurance, maybe you can start considering taking care of it so that you can help more with medical costs. May your mother get well soon.
So, hopefully this is useful.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa