Often Aching In The Right Knee To The Toes?
Hello, I am 22 years old, TB 168cm, BB 58kg. My complaint, often aching right knee to the toes. Without knowing why. Though not doing strenuous activities. But it is quite often bathing at night at 7-9. Rarely consumption of meat or foodstuffs that cause gout. When you have a cold, always and surely your legs are aching too hard, from the groin, knee to toes. If bent, the knee hurts a lot. I also have a history of bone flu. So my condition is sick, right? What should the solution do?
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the knee to the toes can be caused by many things, such as:
Sciatica or pinched nerves.
Injury of muscles and tissue around the muscles, such as tendons.
Lactic acid accumulation in muscles.
Certain disease conditions, such as having a fever or flu, will cause symptoms of muscle pain.
Here are things you can do to reduce the symptoms of knee pain reaching the foot:
Cold compresses the painful part.
Take pain relievers that can be bought freely.
Applying pain relief ointments containing menthol and salicylates, or patches.
Lightly massage the painful part.
Routine exercise and stretch before and after exercise.
Bathing at night is not a problem and is not related to pain in the knees and feet.
If you still feel it well after the period you feel sick due to fever and flu, you can visit a doctor so that the doctor will evaluate complaints, conduct physical examinations, and support examinations if needed such as X-rays, so the doctor will provide appropriate treatment.
Hopefully this information can help and hopefully get well soon.