Pain, Tingling, And Difficulty In Moving The Injured Leg?
Good night, doctor. I am atha, 17 years old. I am an active student at this time. I fell off a bicycle a few weeks ago, but my knee just scratched it. Then I slipped with my knee hitting a little hard on the floor and experiencing swelling. Since then, when my legs have been bent (about 5 to 10 minutes) it has felt rather painful and a little tingling. After falling and slipping, I played basketball. At first, I felt that my legs were fine, but on the last day of the competition, after the game was over when I was going to stand up, my feet seemed to be held back and there was a sound and excruciating pain. At present, if my feet are used to climb stairs it hurts a little or hurts. Is this a serious symptom of an illness, doctor? thank you in advance doctor.
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Pain, tingling, and difficulty moving on an injured leg that can indeed occur due to the effects of the injury you experienced before. These complaints may indicate damage to components around the knee, for example joints (such as joint dislocation), ligaments (such as ligament rupture), bursa (such as bursitis), bones (such as fractures or fractures), and so on which trigger inflammation. Depending on the severity of the damage, this condition may or may not be dangerous. To be sure, doctors usually need to do a thorough physical examination, coupled with supporting examinations, for example x-rays, CT scans, MRI, and so on.
In addition to its injury effects, your complaints can also arise due to other triggers, for example nerve clamps, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and so on. We recommend that you do not let your complaints drag on. Go directly to a doctor or neurologist for a thorough check-up. That way, the doctor can certainly identify the location of the problem, as well as the best treatment for overcoming it.
Here are the initial suggestions that you should make:
Don't use too much activity using your feet that have complaints, including, don't use stomping (including basketball)
Foot compresses that experience complaints with warm compresses
Do not carelessly massage or massage the legs experiencing complaints
Use comfortable pants
Also use comfortable footwear, don't use high heels
First apply a pain reliever cream (for example, one containing paracetamol) on the foot that has a complaint
Maintain your ideal body weight
Do not carelessly take other medicines without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...