The Cause Of Difficulty Getting Up Or Getting Up After Squatting?
Good evening .. I am 23 years old 4 months old … 155cm tall, maybe over 64kg r nDoctor For the past few months … I have found it hard to get up after sitting on the floor or after squatting or after sitting cross-legged … I can just get up after I helped by using my hands … or holding on to an object … even then it took effort … or when I wanted to go up the stairs I didn’t walk smoothly … I was too heavy … I used to be fatter than now … but I still nimble … and even I dance fluently using the strength of the thighs, which moves from standing to sitting to standing again … r nNow it’s very difficult for me to do it … I can’t dance … even after urinating … I have to holding onto the tub to stand again … even then to the point of shaking her legs .. r n r nWhat is the cause? Is it because since I graduated until now I am used to staying up late or insomnia … sometimes I only sleep at 3 or above … r nWater I wake up already at 10 or 11 … I have no activities after graduation … so I don’t I have busy activities … I also don’t exercise … I’m just a little busy … I immediately get flooded with sweat … my skin turns black … if you say fat … I used to be super fat … but just agile … r n r nWhat should I do … so that my body can move smoothly like before? Should I take welmove medicine to strengthen my leg joints r nPlease enlighten me … r nThank you in advance
Hello Devi, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
The causes of difficulty getting up or getting up after you squat, the possible causes are;
Obesity or excess body weight
Rheumatism, is inflammation or swelling of the joints
Baker's cysts, which are fluid-filled sacs located behind the knee
Knee fluid is reduced
Inflammation of ligaments or tendons due to injury
If your condition is getting worse, meaning that you have difficulty doing activities, you should have your condition checked by an internal medicine specialist. To find out the cause, the doctor will carry out a physical examination, supporting examinations such as blood, and X-rays if needed.
Some of the things you can do at home are
Lose weight if you are overweight
Regular exercise so that muscles are strong and blood circulation is smooth
Get enough rest
Thank you, hope this is useful. Dr. Nurmarwiyah