Pain In The Buttocks To The Knees?
My doctor wants to ask .. What disease is the pain that is felt continuously from the buttocks to the knee? nDangerous or not? can it heal or not? and what is the cure. nMy friend always complains about the pain that doesn’t heal from the buttocks to the knees for about this month, I’m afraid there is a serious illness … please answer yes, thank you n
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There are many possible causes of pain in the buttocks to the knee area. Before determining the right treatment, it is necessary to identify the real cause of the pain, namely by examining the doctor directly.
Some of the conditions that can cause severe pain in the buttocks to the knees are as follows:
Blood vessel disorders, for example due to deep vein thrombosis, peripheral artery disease Nerve disorders, for example due to diabetic neuropathy, pinched nerves (can be due to injury, tumor, infection, obesity) Muscle disorders, such as hamstring injury, piriformis syndrome osteoarthritis, dislocation of the groin joint Referred pain from other organs, for example due to kidney stones, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, psychosomatic disorders, etc. In mild conditions, pain in the buttocks and knees will improve with rest and consumption of pain medication. However, if your colleague feels that his complaints have not improved in a long time, then you should accompany him to have his complaint checked directly to a neurologist. Some examinations, ranging from physical examinations, to blood tests, X-rays, CT scans, and so on can be a doctor. do to determine the best treatment for the condition.
In the meantime, tell your partner to take the following measures to bring the pain down:
Wear comfortable pants and footwear, don't be too narrow, stay away from high heels Routine exercise, for example swimming, yoga Pay attention to your posture properly when doing activities and exercising, so as not to cause injury, especially in the sore buttocks and knee areas Compress the painful area with ice stones and take paracetamol medicine to reduce pain. Maintain ideal body weight Do not massage the painful area excessively Hope it helps, yes ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah