The Cause Of Pain Radiates From The Knees, Buttocks, Groin, Thighs And Calves?
Hello, r nI have a question and also want to share my complaint. I am now 21 years old and tonight I have aches and pains in my knees, buttocks, groin, thighs and calves too. But the most felt knees. I wonder what causes it? This afternoon I ate Coto Makassar and it contained meat, liver, offal, etc. Am I sick with something? Or cm the effect of the food I eat? Because if I remember it after I eat it, it must be the night I feel like this. Pdhl after eating until the afternoon I am normal. And also with this pain and ache, I didn’t eat the coto. I also felt aching and aching hands in my hands as well as the pain. My mom said maybe I got uric acid, but can you get uric acid at a young age? Oh yeah, I once felt that my buttocks hurt and I found it difficult to move because of the pain and pain. I’ve been ordered to say that my nerves are pinched but I don’t have to think about it. r nPlease enlighten me.
Pain in the knee can be caused by:
injury to a joint, ligament, or tendon
osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis
If you experience pain that radiates, for example from the lower back, buttocks, to the legs, then this condition can be caused by a nervous breakdown.
High uric acid levels in the body can cause gout, and can affect a young age. Men are more susceptible to gout than women, especially at the age of more than 30 years. Symptoms that appear include pain, swelling, and heat in the joints. All joints in the body are affected, the most common being the joints of the fingers, knees, ankles and toes.
Factors that trigger an increase in uric acid levels in the body:
consumption of high-purine foods, such as organ meats, seafood, red meat
excessive consumption of sugary drinks and alcohol
is on medication, eg aspirants, diuretics, beta blockers, chemotherapy
Heredity or family history is also thought to play a role in the onset of gout.
To relieve symptoms, the following can be done:
reduce consumption of high-purine foods, such as offal (liver, kidney, heart, brain), seafood (crab, shrimp, shellfish), foods containing yeast
reduce consumption of sweet snacks, sugary drinks and alcoholic beverages
drink lots of water
have sufficient rest time
do regular exercise
if you are overweight, lose weight
should not lift heavy objects
have better posture, such as not slouching
avoid stress, don't smoke
If the symptoms have not improved, it is recommended that you see a doctor. So that a physical examination and supporting tests can be done, such as blood tests, X rays, or MRI. The doctor will provide treatment according to the underlying medical cause.
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