Pregnant Women Trimester 3 Rheumatic Pain In The Inner Thigh?
, why yes my wife’s rheumatic thighs, – + udh 3 days, even though there are no normal activities, the last time I walked leisurely 2 times around the starling harupat stadium
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Sciatica in the area of the inner thigh can indicate injury to muscles, joints, tendons, bursa, or other tissues that support it. This condition can occur either because of excessive sports activities (including going too far as your wife did before), with improper posture, or also without offset by adequate heating and cooling. In addition to rheumatic pain, sufferers often also experience cramps, tingling, stiffness, swelling, bruising, and many other complaints in more severe cases. If your wife's current condition is pregnant, hormonal changes in her body, coupled with the burden of pregnancy that must be borne, also makes it more prone to experience rheumatic pain in the thighs.
In addition to sports activities, it could also be the rheumatic pain in the thighs that your wife is experiencing due to other reasons, such as rheumatoid arthritis (inflammation of the joints due to autoimmune disorders), thigh nerves or spinal cord squeezed, hernias (intestines sticking out through a weak abdominal wall gap ), lymphadenitis (inflammation of lymph nodes), endometriosis (abnormal growth of uterine tissue outside the uterus), pre menstrual syndrome, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
This rheumatic pain, if the intensity is mild, is often not a condition that the crew is concerned about. Try to help your wife calm her complaints by urging her to do the following:
Compress rheumatic thighs with warm water or ice water (choose the most comfortable)
Do not carelessly massage or give medicine to thighs aching
Always wear comfortable footwear and pants when doing activities
When exercising, do adequate warming first, and end also with cooling
Regularly exercise every 1-2 days, not once but excessive
When the thigh is aching, prioritize doing stretching exercises, which do not cause excessive stress in the thigh area, such as swimming, yoga, static cycling
Apply a pain reliever cream, for example one containing paracetamol if rheumatic pain does not subside with the above trick
If the complaint still does not improve, immediately check your wife directly to the doctor, neurologist, or obstetrician to get the right treatment huh ..
I hope this helps.