The Cause Of Pain In The Soles Of The Feet Like Boils?
Good evening, I’m Laeny. I have a 54 year old mother and 3 years old suffering from hypertension and have to be routinely controlled, and am dependent on amlodipine. Then recently, the doctor diagnosed him with a heart ailment and had to be regularly controlled and then given two types of drugs, one of which was a statin. Well, that is my question, just now my mother complained to me that the soles of her feet hurt like a boil, every morning she felt it to have to hold on to a place so as not to lose balance. He had consulted his cardiologist and he said it was because the sandals were hard. Then my mother had changed into sponge slippers but still felt the complaint and the doctor had already given pain medication, but the results were nil. I asked my mother if she felt pins and needles, she answered no. He also did not see the color of his nails turn black or blue as a characteristic of high cholesterol sufferers. Doctors need to know, my mother did not initially suffer from high cholesterol, she immediately suffered from hypertension and continued to develop heart problems. I wonder why my mother’s leg aches and hurts all the time huh? What should my mother do. Please help. Thanks a lot
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Pain in the soles of the feet like your mother experienced can be caused by many factors, can be related to disturbances in the feet, can also be on other organ systems. Some disorders in the foot that can trigger pain in the soles of the feet are plantar fasciitis, muscle aches, pinched nerve, bursitis, foot skin infections (including boils), clavus, and so on. It could also be, pain in the soles of the feet arises because of disorders in other organ systems that also affect the foot, for example peripheral neuropathy, vasculitis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout arthritis, peripheral arterial disease, deep vein thrombosis, psychosomatic disorders, malingering, and so on.
Hypertension and heart problems if handled properly can allow sufferers to carry out activities as usual without significant obstacles. However, if not, these two diseases can make it easier for your mother to experience a variety of complications, including disorders of the nerves and blood vessels that lead to pain in the legs. Risk factors for hypertension and heart problems, such as high cholesterol, obesity, smoking, and sedentary lifestyle are also prone to trigger pain in the legs.
We recommend that you check your mother back to your doctor or neurologist so that you can further evaluate the cause of pain in the legs, namely by physical examination, in-depth interviews, or further tests, such as x-rays, ultrasound, laboratory, and so on. In this way, doctors can often give him the best treatment, so that your mother is no longer interrupted by activities.
In the meantime, you can help your mother alleviate her complaints in the following ways:
Warm compresses on painful legs, do not massage or massage carelessly
Give your mother comfortable footwear, padded padded, not narrow
Apply pain relievers to your mother's feet if the pain still does not improve
Ask your mother to get plenty of rest, not too much walking, standing, let alone running around
Accompany your mother to exercise, including sports to lose weight if your mother has problems with obesity
Remind your mother not to smoke, not to take medication carelessly, except what is prescribed directly by the doctor
Encourage your mother to eat healthily, such as reducing foods that contain cholesterol, weak trans, and saturated fat, multiply to eat fruits, vegetables, and whole grains
Hope this helps ...