Pain In The Groin To The Leg?
Good evening .. I want to ask. In the groin to the legs when used for walking or standing for only a full minute it can not stand … There is pain, and aches are not restrained, such as tingling but not tingling. But when sitting and squatting as long as it doesn’t walk / stand, the feet don’t feel any pain. It has been checked by a gout doctor, cholesterol etc. normal. What symptoms are those? thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The conditions that you experience can occur due to various possibilities, including:
And it could also be several other reasons depending on the results of the examination. Our advice, if you have just checked with a general practitioner before, this time check with a specialist, especially a neurologist or rheumatologist. If you have previously been examined by both of them, consult a orthopedist. This examination is indeed important because that is the key to handling any disease. When relying on symptoms alone, there are many diseases whose symptoms are similar and if forced it can actually harm yourself.
Then, for each doctor you visit for a check-up, ask what the examination results are, and what steps you should take next. If given medication, ask what you should do if the complaint persists and the medication wears off.
Meanwhile, there is no need to worry excessively, avoid tiring physical activity first, compress the affected part of the leg with warm compresses, and may take over-the-counter pain relievers and anti-inflammatory drugs to help relieve symptoms. So, hopefully answering your question.