How To Deal With Winding Disorders And Joint Pain That Has Moved Since 2 Months?
asalamualaikum. my age is 22 yrs. For 2 months I have had a minor visual disturbance. My eye nerves hurt. Awalx 8 years I like to feel headaches that come suddenly and then disappear again. Now I have visual disturbances and painful bones .. my kra2 is sick.
Walaikumsalam, hello good morning Rahayu.
Visual problems and joint pain that you experience can be caused by two different diseases (eye disease and joint disease) or the same disease. Eye diseases that cause visual problems include:
Refractive disorders, including: myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and astigmatism (often called 'cylindrical' eyes) Corneal disorders: infection of the cornea (keratitis), injury to the cornea (corneal ulcers), etc. lens: cataract Disorders of the front chambers of the eyes: glaucoma Disorders of the innervation of the eyes: inflammation of the retina, dry eye syndrome (dry eye syndrome) etc.
As for the causes of bone pain, it may be caused by:
In joints: gout (gout arthritis), a build-up of sharp crystals from the buildup of calcium around the joints, also called pseudogout, osteoarthritis (calcification of joints) In bones: infections, fractures, tumors and malignancies.
Bone pain associated with visual impairment is usually an immune system disorder, namely an autoimmune disease. Autoimmune disease is a disease in which the immune system mistakenly recognizes the body's own cells and perceives them as "foreign" cells, thus attacking the body's own cells. Bone pain associated with vision problems, among others, is caused by autoimmune diseases, including:
Lupus (SLE), which is a chronic inflammation that attacks various parts of the body, such as the skin, joints, eyes, etc. Rheumatoid arthritis (often referred to as rheumatic disease by the layman) psoriasis of Sjogren's syndrome, which is an autoimmune disease that attacks the fluid-producing glands, such as the tear glands and salivary glands.
Given the many possible diseases that may be the cause of your complaint, we recommend that you check with a doctor (especially an ophthalmologist and / or a specialist in internal medicine), because to find out the diagnosis requires direct questions and answers about complaints and physical examination. In addition, the doctor may recommend additional examinations such as blood lab tests, X-rays, MRI, etc. It is hoped that you do not procrastinate to see a doctor.
I hope this helps.
Greetings, dr. Denisa