Causes Of Pain In The Heels, Knees, Calves?
Afternoon r nFor two months I have had a very severe pain in the heel of my foot, previously it was only the heel of my right foot, but now my left heel is also painful. And the knees, calves to feet also feel sore like after exercising without warming up. It hurts so badly when I wake up. Until when I walked, I had to tiptoe because I couldn’t stand the pain when my heels tread down. Am I really getting plantar fasciitis? What brand of medicine should I take? Thank you
From the information you have conveyed, complaints of pain in the heels, knees, calves are probably not a typical sign of plantar fasciitis. However, a diagnosis of plantar fasciitis needs to be considered based on the results of the examination, so it is necessary to have a direct consultation with a bone doctor or a disease doctor in the rheumatology department to determine the cause of this complaint. Without direct examination by a doctor, diagnosis and treatment cannot be enforced and given.
BEsome of the conditions below can also cause the same complaint, such as:
1. suffering from an initial illness, such as experiencing early symptoms of a cold or sore throat
3. uric acid
6. Infections of the joints
7. nervous disorders
8. metabolic disorders, diabetes
With direct examination, the doctor can plan further tests to help establish the diagnosis, such as with blood tests, x-rays.
Treatment will only be given after the doctor has obtained the complete results of the examination that has been carried out.
All you need to do is:
1. avoid physical exhaustion
2. idealize body weight
3. Avoid sleeping late
4. avoid fried foods, high cholesterol, nuts, and foods high in salt and MSG
5. enough water
6. do regular exercise
That is the information we can convey, also read plantar fasciitis.