Feet Feel Numb?
, I want to ask my mother who is now 47 years old. My mother said that at night the soles of her feet were sore / numb / throbbing it had been a long time and my mother was obese. And it happened only at night, the doctor continued to advise him to take the pink voltadex and nuerobion medicine and I always gave him warm water so that it was better than 1mgg 2x. Routine for 5 days, it will keep on stopping. But 2/3 days it hurts again, doctors usually advise parents, sometimes there is still irritation. Pain in the soles of the feet is due to what, too much activity, or other problems. Because my mother has a lot of activities, and the conditions of the kitchen and the house are different, and to be precise the kitchen has to go up 2x the stairs. N Thanks in advance
Hi Qoriatul .. Thank you for the question.
Pain in the legs can be caused by several things including:
Muscle tension Gout arthritis / uric acid crystal buildup Peripheral neuropathy Diabetes mellitus Vitamin B6 and B12 deficiency If the pain / numbness in the soles of the feet is still felt, gets heavier, interferes with activities, feels warm, then it's a good idea to check your mother to a doctor. So that doctors can carry out direct examinations and can be supported by blood checks, X-rays, EEG, to confirm the diagnosis.
Meanwhile what can be done is:
Avoid activities that are too fallow, for example going up and down stairs too often Maintain a balanced body weight by eating nutritious foods and avoid foods that are fatty and contain too much coconut milk To reduce pain, you can take pain medications such as paracetamol according to the dosage or warm / cold compresses Hopefully helpful