Cramps And Pain In The Stomach And Upper Thighs For 2 Months?
Night … I want to ask … My father has experienced cramps and pain in the abdomen and upper thighs for 2 months, has been examined by the doctor … Was diagnosed with kidney stones at times … But when he was rongsen his kidneys were normal … I was given medicine but how come there is no change … Please explain what kind of disease do you think? What are pinched nerves? R n r nTrmksh
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain in the abdominal area and upper thigh can occur due to various things, including:
Urinary tract infection
Kidney or urinary tract stones
Injury to nerves
Inflammation of the bladder
Disease of the testicles
As for the pinched nerve / HNP, this condition usually does not cause pain in the stomach. The characteristic pain is centered on the lower back and radiates down one leg. Our advice, if you have checked your father to the doctor, it means your step is right. But if you have checked and there is no improvement in symptoms, you should come back again so that the doctor who treated your father will do an evaluation to increase the dosage of the drug, change the drug, consider another diagnosis or even refer your father to another specialist who he thinks is more competent. That way, your father's treatment will be continuous and will not just stop.
Meanwhile, consume more of your father's water, maintain ideal body weight, consume more fruits and vegetables, avoid activities that are too heavy and consume the medicine regularly. May your father get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa