Stiff Toes And Hands Are Missing Arises?
Evening, r nI am Gina, 24 years old. Some days I have felt pain, aches in my fingers the pain has disappeared. Those who often feel achy or painful, the left leg from the little finger to the sole of the foot around the little finger. And also sore hands often occur between the little finger too. Guess why? Is that possible from food intake? Is there a dietary rule that I have to do? R nThank you
Hello, Gina Mulya Tania, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Pain and soreness in the hands and feet can have several possible causes:
1. Strains, sprains, or sprains. Can be caused by a muscle or other connective tissue (tendon, ligament) being stretched more than usual due to an unusual activity, or an injury
2. Arthritis (inflammation of the joints). Inflammation of the joints can be caused by increased uric acid in the blood (gout arthritis), infection, autoimmune disease, or aging.
3. Broken or fractured bones, especially if there is a sharp impact or accident. Characterized by pain, swelling, redness and difficulty moving.
To determine the cause, an immediate examination by a doctor is required. The doctor will ask questions about your complaint and will perform a physical examination. In addition, if necessary, supporting examinations such as x-rays, blood checks, and uric acid checks will be carried out.
Of the possible causes of pain in the hands and feet, there are those caused by diet, namely gout arthritis (gout).
Some of these things can be done to reduce symptoms:
1. Resting the painful part. We recommend that you first avoid lifting heavy weights.
2. Giving pain cream on the affected part.
3. Take paracetamol or ibuprofen to relieve pain.
4. If there is redness, swelling, or increased pain, consult a doctor immediately.
5. Reduce fatty foods and contain high uric acid such as jerohan, skin, oily foods, melinjo chips.
6. Drink lots of water.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Sarah Rizqia.