How To Deal With Pain In The Pelvis, Buttocks To The Back Of The Thigh?

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Hello, I am a woman aged 24 years, I have pain in the pelvis to the buttocks and also my hamstrings have difficulty walking and squatting I find it difficult to get up when I am in a sleeping or sitting position the most pain I feel is dpa at night and in the morning I have trouble moving up or walking and now my pelvic area is swollen r nThis is because of what? r nWhat do I need to see a specialist? r nand how can I treat it while relieving pain at night and in the morning ?? r nThank you in advance.

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On your pelvis, buttocks and thighs, there are skin, muscles, ligaments, tendons, bones, nerves and blood vessels. The complaints you feel can be caused by problems with these organs, such as injury or trauma that causes bruising, bruising or cuts, skin infections such as boils or ulcers, shingles infection, muscle pulls, muscle tension, muscle stiffness, injury or inflammation of the pelvic joints, injury or inflammation of the tendons or ligaments, inflammation or swelling of the bursa, bone displacement or displacement, fractures, and abnormalities in the nerves.

Symptoms of pelvic pain that radiates to the buttocks and thighs, accompanied by swelling, can indicate the presence of disease, including:

1. Bursitis is inflammation or swelling that occurs in the bursa. Symptoms of bursitis, namely pain, redness of the skin, feeling stiff, swollen, can affect all parts of the body, especially the hips, knees, elbows and shoulders. The diagnosis of bursitis can be confirmed by history, physical examination, blood tests, analysis of bursa fluid samples, and MRI. Medicines to relieve pain can take ibuprofen and paracetamol, to relieve swelling can take diclofenac, and if it is proven to have a bacterial infection, it is recommended to take antibiotics. These drugs are consumed as directed and under the supervision of a doctor.

2. Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease characterized by damage to joint cartilage and subchondral bone. Symptoms of osteoarthritis, namely decreased joint flexibility, increased joint pain when moving, a feeling of stiffness in joints, especially when waking up, the sensation of friction sound in the joints when moved, complaints are chronic and progressive. Diagnosis of osteoarthritis can be confirmed by history, physical examination, blood tests, analysis of joint fluids, and X-rays. Treatment to reduce osteoarthritis complaints can include pain relievers such as paracetamol, applying pain relief ointments or creams and physiotherapy. It is advisable to lose weight and exercise regularly so that muscle mass is not reduced.

3. Rheumatoid arthritis or arthritis is a condition in which your body's own immunity attacks your joint tissues. Symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, namely redness of the skin, swelling, a feeling of warmth, pain and feeling stiff, especially in the morning or after a long period of inactivity. The diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis can be confirmed by history, physical examination, rheumatoid factor blood tests, joint fluid analysis, X-rays, ultrasound and MRI. In general, this disease can only be controlled, but can not be completely cured, but with proper and prompt treatment can avoid complications.

To find out the underlying cause of your complaint, you should consult directly with your doctor, so that anamnesis, physical examination, laboratory examination and supporting examinations can be carried out, and you can get proper and fast treatment.

Meanwhile, to reduce the pain you feel, you can take over-the-counter pain relievers, such as paracetamol. Some things you have to do, include managing stress well, getting enough rest at night for 7-8 hours, avoiding working late at night, consuming approximately 8 glasses of water per day, and consuming a nutritious, balanced diet with lots of vegetables. as well as fruit.

So, hope it helps.

3. Furuncles or boils are red bumps on the skin that are painful and filled with pus. The parts of the body most commonly affected include the face, neck, armpits, shoulders, buttocks and thighs.

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