Pain In The Groin And Below The Knee To The Calf?
Hi, my name is Dimas, I am 16 years old, I want to ask this symptom at the base of the joint of my thigh, the pain in the area below the knee feels painful to the calf but the pain in the calf is not overall. The same on the soles of my feet feels so thick, it feels like swollen but apparently not swollen, the first time came the pain after I woke up to dawn prayers, I went to the doctor but the doctor prescribed me anti-pain medication at the stomach, right, checked at the tension hospital I 158/109, I’ve experienced this for about 7 days … thank you
Thank you for the question.
Pain and thickness that can be felt from the groin to the knees, calves and soles of the feet in people aged 16 years can be caused by the following conditions:
Nerve disorders, such as due to herniation of the nucleus pulposus, malnutrition, post herpetic neuralgia Joint, muscle, bone, and supporting tissue disorders, such as due to rheumatoid arthritis, tendonitis, muscle cramps, fibromyalgia, peripheral arterial disease, venous thrombosis in viral or bacterial infections, such as due to rheumatoid arthritis, tendonitis, muscle cramps, fibromyalgia, peripheral arterial disease, venous thrombosis in viral or bacterial infections, including cellulitis, urinary tract infections, lymphadenitis, dengue fever, chikungunya, leptospirosis, leprosy, herpes zoster Psychological disorders, such as malingering, excessive anxiety disorders, somatoform disorders, etc. Your high blood pressure when done seems to need to be reconfirmed, is it true? really high, or only temporarily rises due to unbearable pain, activity fatigue, lack of sleep, or side effects of taking certain medications.
Therefore, if indeed you have ever seen yourself to a doctor, given treatment, but your complaints still do not improve, we recommend that you go back to see your doctor or neurologist for in-depth evaluation, such as with x-rays, CT scans, electromyography, blood tests, and other supporting tests.
In the meantime, what needs to be done is:
Compress warm areas that are painful and thick Do not carelessly massage or give medication to areas that are painful and thick Routine exercise every day Drink plenty of water, eat a variety of balanced nutritious foods, especially those that contain lots of B complex vitamins Do not smoke Do not wear clothes that are too tight Hopefully help huh ..