The Cause Of The Appearance Of A Lump In The Left Thigh?
Good evening towards the morning, I am a 29 year old man, a few days I felt something was wrong in the area of my left groin (sekelan). At first it was as slow as it could be moved, but now the sekelan is gone and my groin is still sore and like there is The clot in the veins, so when I do certain activities, I still get sick and my left heel hurts if I hold my weight, oh yes, I am 166 with a weight of 69. Is this ideal for body weight? Is the pain in my groin affected by pain in my left heel? thank you
Lumps in the groin can be caused by several things such as enlarged lymph nodes which can occur when the body has an infection and will disappear when the infection is over, hernias or the discharge of organs in the stomach into weaker tissue such as the groin or inguinal, tissue growth abnormal fat, skin infection or other causes. To make sure it is necessary to do a direct examination by a doctor where a physical examination will be carried out and the support and treatment will be adjusted according to the cause.
Pain in the knee itself can occur as a result of injuries, falls, collisions, overloading, excessive joint movement, strenuous physical activity and others. To deal with knee pain, several efforts can be made, such as resting the painful joint, compressing the painful area with cold and warm compresses, putting the joint higher than the body position, using tools to support the joint such as dekker or knee support, avoid lifting heavy objects and other.
Body weight itself is said to be ideal if the body mass index is in the number 19-23 where to calculate the body mass index measurement of body height and weight is used with the formula = (weight: (height in meters squared)).
If the pain complaint does not improve, check with your doctor where there will be additional physical and additional examinations such as blood labs, X-rays, ultrasound or MRI if needed to find out your condition.
May be useful,
dr. Adhi P.