Causes And Treats Pain In The Groin?
Aslamualikum wr wb I am a pretty student, I am 21 years old, I have pain in the tip of my groin for more than 2 years, I can’t open my thighs wide or run fast. But on the outside, there was no sign of swelling or bruising or other signs. I am very disturbed by this pain. I used to take joint pain medication only for a temporary recovery, then it recurred. I thought I was sick when I sat down and walking was difficult, my legs had to be limp before I could walk. But now that’s not the case. The pain is in both legs, thighs. Cannot be opened wide, please explain
Hello, Ayu nurlita, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Pain and decreased motion in the groin can be caused by several possible causes:
1. A history of injury to the joints during certain activities that can cause: bleeding in the joint space (hemarthrosis), traumatic synovitis (inflammation of the tissue lining the joints due to injury), fractures, joint dislocations (joints are not in place), etc.
3. Avascular necrosis (bone damage due to insufficient blood supply)
4. Less practice and less warm-up
To ascertain the cause, it is necessary to have a direct examination by a doctor. Data collection regarding the history of the disease, physical examination, especially on the part of the complaint, as well as supporting examinations such as x-rays and lab checks can be done. The treatment is in accordance with the complaint.
Do not try to massage yourself or the massage therapist until you know what caused it, especially if you have a history of injury to the painful area. If it is proven safe through physical examination and supporting examinations, then you can consult your doctor whether it is safe to do massage or other therapy. If this bothers you, you can apply a pain cream or take a pain reliever such as paracetamol or ibuprofen. Try light exercise that is not too burdensome to the thighs, for example swimming, consult your doctor about sports that are suitable for your condition. Limit foods that are high in fat, melinjo, nuts, and green vegetables such as spinach to prevent high uric acid levels in the blood.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Sarah Rizqia.