Knee And Waist Ache?
Hello, I’m 19 years old. A week ago I traveled by train for an hour. After getting down my knee hurts. I think it’s just tired. But 2 days later when I went home and used the train again, until the hospital felt more, spread to the waist. Then, if for prayer the position will bow down feels very painful. To sit from a standing position also hurts a lot. Why do you think? Your back also often aches, such as feeling very tired. thank you
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Pain in the knee area that extends to the waist and back to create difficulty in activities can be caused by a variety of conditions. Apart from fatigue, this pain can also arise due to other causes, such as pinched nerves, injury around the area of pain, viral or bacterial infections, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, tendonitis, muscle cramps, urinary tract disorders (for example due to infection or stones), fibromyalgia, peripheral arterial disease, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
Aside from pain, it needs to be clarified, are there any other complaints that you feel? Do you also have a fever, bowel or bowel obstruction, numbness, swelling, weakness, or other complaints?
If the pain you feel is very intense, you should check with your doctor or neurologist for proper treatment. A thorough physical and neurological examination will be done by a doctor to detect the possibility of disease. If necessary, you can also be directed to undergo further tests, such as x-rays, CT scans, MRI, laboratory, and so on.
For now, you can relieve the pain and fatigue you feel with the following steps:
Rest, at least 7 hours a day
Compress painful knees, hips and backs with warm water or ice cubes (choose which one is most comfortable for you)
Do not massage or massage the painful side of the body
Sleep on a comfortable base, not too hard or too soft
Be careful in your activities, so you don't get injured
Limit first lifting western weights, going up and down stairs, or running around excessively
Expand stretching sports, such as yoga or swimming
Take pain relievers, such as paracetamol, to help minimize the pain that arises
Maintain ideal body weight, don't be too fat
Hope this helps ...