Pain In The Groin Until It Can’t Walk?
Hello, r nIn the morning, r nI want to ask, my mother is 46 years old, it has been less than 1 month since she has pain in her thighs until she cannot walk, r nAlready checked Sugar content, the result is normal r nCheck out gout , also normal r nLo check Cholesterol is not Normal or high, until the tool can not detect kolsterol, r n r nEffects of what is high cholesterol ?? r nAnd what is the impact on the joints r nUntil my mother’s bones felt that there was an incredible sprain in the groin area r n r nTrims,
Hello Dede, Thank you for the question.
Has your mother seen a doctor? Is this pain felt continuously? What are the characteristics of this pain? Pain in the groin can be caused by:
peripheral artery disease
deep vein thrombosis
kidney stones, usually pain felt from the waist to the front abdomen and groin
To find out the best cholesterol level is a blood test taken from a vein. Thus, if your mother wants to know for certain about cholesterol levels in her body, your mother should go back to do blood tests in the laboratory. High cholesterol levels can cause a buildup of cholesterol in the walls of blood vessels. Cholesterol buildup on the walls of blood vessels can cause blockages and disrupt blood flow. Depending on where cholesterol is located, high cholesterol can cause coronary heart disease, stroke, kidney failure, peripheral arterial disease. This cholesterol buildup does not occur in joints and bones.
Please advise your mother to see a doctor first. The doctor needs to ask further questions about your mother's complaints and examine your mother. From this examination, the doctor will suggest further examinations such as blood tests, X-rays, ultrasound, CT scans. After knowing the cause, the new doctor can provide further treatment. To deal with temporary pain, advise your mother to take pain medications such as paracetamol. Avoid excessive physical activity.
Hopefully this information is useful.