Pain Around The Groin That Spreads To The Legs And Buttocks?
I want to ask, I have been suffering for 7 months in my right leg, especially in the groin area, but I feel pain in the buttocks, outer thighs, knees, to the shin, sometimes the waist feels stiff and the legs are a bit heavy to climb the place is rather high, right now I’m limping and my right leg looks shorter than my left foot, what is this disease please advise me
Hello Harry, Thank you for the question.
Have you seen a doctor about this complaint? The complaint that you feel can be caused by the following health conditions:
osteoarthritis of the hip joint, which is damage to the cartilage that covers the ends of the bones
sciatica, which is pain caused by irritation or compression of the pelvic nerve (sciatic nerve)
kidney stones, in general, will cause pain if the stones pass through the ureter. Pain will be felt in the waist that spreads to the front abdomen, groin, and thighs
Please check with your doctor first because without examination by a doctor it is impossible to know the exact cause of your complaint. In addition to asking about your complaints the doctor will examine you and perform other examinations such as urine tests, X-rays, ultrasound, and others. From this examination, the new doctor can decide on the next treatment for you.
Please take some magic relievers like paracetamol. Also do a warm compress on the affected area. Expand the consumption of water and avoid the habit of holding BAK.
Hopefully this information is useful.