Hip Pain To The Left Knee?
HealthReplies.com, I am a 27 year old woman. i have pain in the hip to the knee and it is always on the left. Initially I had been exercising weightlifting and the injury to my left shoulder spread to the waist and hips. now it hurts more in the hips to the knees if I sit too long. Does that have anything to do with the injury to my shoulder? or are there other factors? please doctor’s advice. Thank you
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The pain in some of the bodies that you experience may be due to pain that appears in the muscles. This condition can occur in any part of the body and usually does not involve just one muscle. Muscle pain can involve ligaments, fascia (the fish tuck that connects muscles to muscles or between muscles and other tissues), or tendons.
Muscle pain can arise due to various causes, including:
Injury / trauma that causes a muscle to be sprained Doing excessive and forced activity, thus forcing the muscles to perform activities that are otherwise unable to be carried out There is tension in one or more parts of the body Muscle pain that has occurred in a recent period, usually can treat yourself by doing a few simple things such as:
Compressing the sore area using ice cubes for 7-15 minutes Resting the sore body part / muscle from heavy and excessive physical activity Get enough sleep and avoid stress Do things that can relax the muscles such as yoga, pilates, or stretching Simple on the body Give a light massage to the sore muscles Perform regular exercise with low to moderate intensity Do not carry out heavy lifting If by doing some of these things, the pain in the muscles does not improve, then you should check with your doctor so that do a physical examination and a medical interview regarding a history of possible causes of your muscle pain. Maybe besides being given drugs that are consumed to relieve pain, it could be that you are referred to the physiotherapy section to be given physical therapy according to the pain you are experiencing.
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