Foot Pain Accompanied By Tingling And Low Back Pain?
Hello, before I want to explain, as of March 2018 my toes had a tingling sensation and pain that did not stop, until a week and suddenly I was hot, over time my legs were a little sore and the road eventually swelled again. The waist hurts too. In the mri he said a bit of nervous tension. But the longer the road is just a little swollen feet. Lasts up to 2 months. Medical treatment and results are not clear, the third month of the foot becomes painful to step on so that within a period of almost 2 months I use a wheelchair. And the sensation of pins and needles and pain never goes away. Finally, my blood and stool check was suspected of contracting IBD and peripheral nerve disorders. taking medication for 1 month there has been a change and can walk, I idly check colonoscopy apparently found polyps in the large intestine, finally discarded the polyps, I stopped taking medication for IBD and slowly began to improve, until now it has been 9 months but the feet are still sometimes a bit stiff and knees are tense when carried down stairs and standing for too long. You also lost 10 kg for 3 months. And until this does not rise again … And after eating the cage immediately nauseous and want to defecate, there is still. What I’m still confused about is what I’m sick of? If the polyps say the doctor will not make it difficult to walk, if Ibd, after a colonoscopy there is no infection found. So I want to see a doctor who is confused about which doctor to go to, two months ago my nausea and digestion problems went to an internist doctor, but I was only given anti-nausea medication and told to take yakult, but I felt my body was incomplete. And if followed at this time, it feels from leg pain to complications to other pains. And this past month, I feel my pee if not controlled, often want to pee and pee is incomplete, there is a bit of anyang2an feeling. Are there any thyroid symptoms? Because of the features of drastic weight loss, a slight fever and hair loss and nerve damage. I feel whether so far because of hyperthyroidism? Previously the power had an MRI around 8x and it was complete, blood test too. thanks.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Judging from your story, it seems that you have already gone through a long series of checks, handling and complaints since last March. And it can't be denied either, regardless of whether it comes from the same disease or not, it seems that you have a variety of conditions at once.
In conditions like yours, the most important thing is not to know the list of any diseases that might happen to you, but to know what steps you can check. First, because you have just mentioned an internist or internal medicine, try to see yourself to a neurologist or to a bone doctor. Because the symptoms are difficult to control urination, pain when stepping on and so forth that you mentioned, can occur because of that. Because we did not examine you directly, we cannot confirm whether the most appropriate doctor is nerve or bone. All you can do about this is try to check with one of them, and if the doctor thinks there really isn't any abnormality, ask according to the assessment and the results of the examination he did, you should see what doctor.
After ascertaining your disease tendency and in the hands of the appropriate specialist, if your condition does not improve in one treatment, return again for further evaluation. Your doctor will usually do a more in-depth examination, change medications, add drugs, or change treatment methods as the evaluation is done. Your doctor may also decide to collaborate with other doctors at the evaluation stage if there are other aggravating conditions.
Then, if you feel there is no clarity, or you feel that the treatment you have received does not improve your complaint in the slightest, discuss with your doctor what problems are hindering your healing. Is this a disease that has not yet found a cure, or is it a long-term disease that really cannot be completely cured, or the method of treatment that you should receive is not available in the disease. If you still don't get clarity, you have the right to seek a second opinion by finding another doctor who has the same specialty. If the answers are more or less the same, then most likely that is what you have to go through.
What is clear, we understand the struggle and torture that you feel but you should not give up. If your illness is indeed something that is rare, detecting it is not easy and the medical team that treats you wherever it is must try your best to cure you. So, hopefully answering your question.