Knowing The Disease I Suffer?
Afternoon, I’m Arbeta. I want to ask, it’s been months since the swivel joint in my hand hurts and it’s hard to move. It started when I stood or sat for too long and the pain started. At first I thought it was just normal fatigue and I didn’t really worry about it until 1 week later the pain got so bad that it was difficult to put on clothes. Then my mother took me to a massage parlor. In fact, the pain got worse. The pain only appears when I stand/sit for too long. I took him to the doctor and was given painkillers but after the medicine was finished, he still hurt. And lately the pain has spread to the neck.nnThank you
What you feel can be caused by several possibilities such as:
Arthritis Peripheral nerve disorders Autoimmune diseases
Joints are composed of many structures ranging from the meeting of bones, tendons, joint fluid and others. If there is a problem with one of these structures, such as inflammation, it can cause the pain you experience. Peripheral nerve disorders can also be the cause of your complaint, where the nerves from the hands come from the neck area. If there is a disturbance in the neck, then the hands will also feel the disturbance. Autoimmune disease is a disease where the immune system attacks the body itself, where the joints are one of the structures that can be attacked by our immune system and cause the complaints you are experiencing.
It's a good idea to check back with your doctor or check with a neurologist. A more detailed examination is required and if necessary, additional examinations such as x-rays, muscle activity and others will be carried out as needed. Later therapy will be adjusted to what you are experiencing.
I hope this helps.