Stomach Ache “an, The Waist Aches, The Leg Hurts Brought By The Ankle With Lumps, Fever
When I went to the waterfall for 3 weeks there was an event from the campus there I went to sleo, until there I was immediately sorted by 2 different people “, but through there the foot was healed, but just yesterday the leg recurred again for some reason, maybe what I felt was sleeping I don’t know that my feet might get numb, so when I wake up in the morning I can’t even walk, my feet can’t be moved, which finally only takes one foot, and yesterday I had a fever until the night mixed with a headache so much, it was because of “why, doc?
Thank you for the question.
Feet that feel numb enough to be difficult to move after experiencing an injury can be a mild condition, can also be serious. This numbness and difficulty moving may indicate injuries to the components of your foot, for example cracks or broken bones, tendon or ligament rupture, bursitis, dislocation or inflammation of the joints, edema, hematoma, nerve nerve, and so on. It could also be that these complaints actually arise due to other reasons that are not always related to injuries you have previously experienced, for example due to gout arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, cellulitis, diabetic neuropathy, vascular disorders, metabolic disorders, psychic disorders, benign or malignant tumors , etc. As for your condition that you experience dizziness and fever may occur due to the body's inflammatory response when injured. It can also, dizziness and fever indicate an infection, inflammation disorders, exposure to excessive heat, as well as many other medical conditions.
If the complaint feels very limiting you in your activities, it means you need to see yourself directly to the doctor or surgeon. Physical examination, x-rays, CT scans, as well as other supporting tests can be done so that doctors can identify the exact cause of your complaint, then provide the best treatment. Before that, do not just carelessly sort the area of your injured leg, in order to avoid more severe tissue damage.
Safer, first resolve your complaint by:
Take paracetamol so that fever, dizziness, and pain around the foot is reduced
Cold or warm compresses your feet, do not move too much
Rest more, position your feet higher
Drink lots and eat balanced nutritious food
Don't worry or panic too much
Hope this helps ...