Pain In The Soles Of The Feet And Ankles That Make It Difficult To Walk?
sorry I want to ask so like this, I have a fracture of the femur now it’s been 7 months. now can walk. the beginning of the road is normal, there are no complaints. but now every time I wake up or want to walk, it’s not easy to walk because it hurts .. why is that. what medicine is suitable.
Is the pain in the soles of the feet and ankles, not in the thighs? Pain in the soles of the feet and ankles or ankles can be caused by several factors, including:
History of trauma, impact, fracture, or fracture around the painful site
Tarsal tunnel syndrome
After doing strenuous activity, causing muscle tension or muscle pain
Metatarsalgia: due to frequent long walks, obesity, after strenuous exercise, wearing narrow shoes
There is a fish eye in the foot
In the meantime you can do the following tips:
Cold compress on the painful area
Use shoes that are comfortable and not cramped
Get enough rest
Avoid activities and sports that are too strenuous
Warm up and stretch before exercise
Support your feet with pillows while you sleep
Use an over-the-counter pain reliever cream
Take pain relievers if necessary
If with the tips above the complaint does not improve, or you feel complaints in your thighs, weakness in your leg muscles, or the pain is getting worse accompanied by swelling and redness, you should see your doctor directly so that further tests can be done if necessary with tests. blood and x-rays to determine the cause. Furthermore, you can be given treatment that is more optimal and more in accordance with the results of your examination.
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y