Causes Of Prolonged Tingling In The Knee?
I want to ask, it’s been 3 years my knees feel like tingling. Not lost lost. I wonder why?
Hello, good morning Syafrudin.
Tingling or pain in the knee can be caused by several conditions, including:
a history of trauma or injury to the knee joint tendinitis, which is inflammation of the tendon (tissue that connects muscle to bone). The knee is a relatively small area, but in it there are many body structures, namely joints, muscles, cartilage, patella bone, tendons, ligaments (tissue that connects bone to bone), blood vessels, and nerve vessels. If one of these parts is inflamed and swollen, for example in tendinitis, then the nerves or blood vessels can be disturbed so that it can cause complaints of tingling and pain. tear in the ligaments, muscle strain around the knee due to strenuous movement and continuous joint inflammation, nerve disorders, for example, lack of nerve vitamins, pinched nerves, or abnormalities in the spinal cord in the lumbar (lower back) area etc. three years, it is recommended that you see a doctor (especially an orthopedic specialist or a neurologist). The doctor will carry out a thorough examination of the complaints and physical examination. If needed, the doctor will also perform additional examinations in the form of an X-ray of the knee or spine, MRI, etc. The doctor can give you drugs or suggest you to do physiotherapy, it depends on your diagnosis.
While waiting for the schedule to meet with the doctor, you can do this at home: adjust your body weight to be the ideal weight, do enough physical activity (not too heavy), get enough rest.
That's all, hope it helps.
Regards, dr. Denisa