Causes Joints Around The Shoulder To Sound When Moved?
Good night, I feel my left hand on my shoulder when I hear it continues to sound. I was searching for a dislocation or what? How was my hand on my shoulder? And how was it handled so that it could be normal again what should I do? week, and until now Thursday has not defecated. I eat a day “a little si, does eating have a slight effect on digestion?
Hello Ridwan, Thank you for the question.
Do you have limited shoulder joint movement or pain? If not, the probable cause is not shoulder dislocation. Shoulder dislocation is a condition when a knob of upper arm bone is released from the shoulder joint. This condition causes symptoms of pain and limited joint movement. Sounds that occur due to shoulder movements can be caused by normal conditions, namely due to the bursting of gas bubbles in the joint due to shoulder movements. However, it can also be caused by a certain medical condition such as cartilage tears, osteoarthtitis, bursitis. If this complaint does not cause symptoms of swelling, pain, or limited joint movement, it generally does not require special treatment. However, if the above symptoms appear, you are encouraged to consult with an orthopedic specialist for further examination and treatment. Doctors need to examine and perform other examinations such as x-rays, ultrasound, or MRI. Further treatment can be given by a doctor according to your condition. Temporarily, avoid excessive movement in the shoulder area and avoid repetitive movements.
For your bowel problem, the frequency of one's bowel movements is also determined by the amount of food consumed. If you only consume a small amount of food, you will usually defecate less frequently but, even so, the normal frequency of bowel movements is 3 times a week. Constipation is a condition when the frequency of bowel movements is less frequent, less than 3 days a week, which is accompanied by difficult bowel movements and hard stools. Constipation can be affected by various conditions such as less consumption of fibrous food. lack of water consumption, lack of active movement, habit of ignoring diarrhea, side effects of drugs, and certain medical conditions. If you have not defecated for almost a week, you should immediately consult a doctor for further examination and treatment. The doctor may give laxatives after checking you or if certain medical conditions are found, the doctor will provide treatment according to the cause. In addition, you are also advised to modify your lifestyle, for example by consuming high-fiber foods such as vegetables, fruits, nuts, increasing consumption of water at least 2-3 liters per day, staying active in moving and exercising, avoiding the habit of holding bowel movements, managing stress well, and avoid consuming drugs without doctor's advice.
I hope this helps.