How To Deal With Pain In The Thigh Area To The Buttocks?
This is the doctor, my mother hurts in the thighs up to her buttocks, if you walk too long and sit too long it will definitely ache and ache. again. r nthank you. r nI really need an answer, doctor r nthank you.
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Pain in the thigh to the buttocks can be classified as ishialgia. This condition can occur due to disturbances in the ischial nerve, which is the nerve fibers that supply the buttocks to the lower leg area. As for this nervous disorder, it can be triggered by various reasons, including:
Herniation of the nucleus pulposus (protruding of the pads between the vertebrae so that they press on the surrounding nerve fibers)
Back or buttock injury (for example from falling while sitting)
Peripheral neuropathy (peripheral nerve damage), for example, experienced by diabetics
Rheumatic neuropathy (nerve damage associated with autoimmune disorders, rheumatism)
Other disorders of the spine, for example due to infection, pressure by tumors, degenerative diseases
Referred pain from internal organs, for example pelvic inflammation, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, myomas, hernias, colitis, hemorrhoids
Psychosomatic disorders, and so on
Not only pain, but also disorders of this nerve appear as tingling, numbness, or even difficulty controlling lower limb movements, interfering with the process of defecating or urinating.
Judging from the information you conveyed, it seems that the pain is severe enough to interfere with your mother in sitting, walking, and doing other light activities. Therefore, we advise you to consult your mother directly to a doctor or neurologist. The doctor can perform a thorough neurological examination to identify possible disorders. You can also do more in-depth examinations, such as blood tests, X-rays, ultrasounds, CT scans, and so on.
At this time, you should help your mother deal with her complaints in the following ways:
Compress the sore buttocks and buttocks with warm water
Give your mom a comfortable bed, not too soft but not too hard either
Avoid over-massaging the painful areas of the body
Help your mother in activities, do not let her lift or push objects that are too heavy, bend too much, or go up and down stairs excessively
Avoid using high heels, narrow pants
Maintain ideal body weight
Give your mother paracetamol to reduce pain
Also give your mother food that is rich in nutrients, especially those that contain lots of vitamin B complex which is good for nourishing nerves
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah