Causes Of Prolonged Bone Pain?
Hello, I’m 27 years old. It’s been almost 1 month to feel the pain in the bones that move around with a frequency that is never long on each side. The most frequent in the area of the feet, hands and back, the feeling is lost arises. Feet and hands are often tingling. The hands are most often especially when bent too long. The area around the skin of the legs and calf veins becomes clearly visible, and red streaks appear like threads. There are no other symptoms that accompany it. Only pain is repeated. I guess this is why. Thank you
Hello Cinthia .. Thank you for the question.
Bone pain can cause discomfort. Pain that is felt to move can also occur due to interference in areas around the bone such as nerves, joints, or muscles. Some of the causes of pain that you experience are because of:
As a result of excessive activity After a trauma or injury There is an infection that can also be accompanied by complaints of fever, headache, joint pain, joint / bone pain Autoimmune disease Osteomalacia Pain in bone is mostly caused by heavy activity, but if pain occurs continuously, interferes with your activities so you should check with an internist so that the doctor can do a physical examination directly and can be carried out further checks such as blood checks, bone x-rays, to support the diagnosis.
While what you can do is:
Avoid strenuous activities Regular exercise Eat nutritious foods and drink enough water. Hopefully useful