Pain In The Left Calf That Radiates To The Sole Of The Foot?
Good night,. I want to ask, a few weeks ago I was treated at the hospital, and was diagnosed with a lung infection, increased stomach acid, and white blood cell infection he said for white blood cells at point (24) which normally should be 10. (I also do not understand what it means). until there is swelling in the face. Now all returned to normal ,. but now I find it difficult to walk due to the pain in my left calf, and when I touch it it hurts, especially when walking hurts until the soles of the feet and thighs. That’s why? and how to overcome it how? Thank you and good night
Infectious diseases of the lungs will trigger the body to produce white blood cells far more than usual, as white blood cell information is one of the body's defense mechanisms when experiencing a disease especially caused by infection, white blood cells play a role against bacteria or viruses that enter the body, so that when Ary has an infection with white blood cells will increase in number than the normal value as the body's response to inhibit the process of infectious disease is even more severe.
Complaints that Ary is experiencing right now, namely pain in the left calf that radiates to the soles of the feet and thighs can have a variety of considerations, where the condition does not have to always be related to your previous medical history (lung infection, stomach pain) but may be a condition new health problems.
Muscle pain due to physical activity in a force (forced) so that the muscles become cramped, sprained or inflamed Muscle injury due to collision (fall, hit, etc.) Varicose Deep vein thrombosis Sciatic pain Tendinitis, namely inflammation of the tissue called the Achilles tendon so that arises pain that spreads from the heel to the calf The conditions above are just a possibility, so what you experience may be different, so it is advisable to check with your doctor first so that further evaluation can be done. Because the handling of the conditions above can vary even though the symptoms are similar, namely pain in the calf that the surrounding area. The doctor needs to dig up more information related to Ary's medical history and do a basic health check, and if the information obtained is still not enough, the doctor may need to do some other tests such as blood lab tests, X-ray examination of the foot, etc. Later on from this information it can be considered what treatment is most appropriate given to overcome the complaints that Ary experienced.
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