The Cause Of The Calf Bone Pain?
Hello doctor, now my calf’s spine is like a nyut, why is it … it doesn’t hurt, it just doesn’t hurt, it just feels really good, it’s uncomfortable … nyut2, very annoying, I want to treat it, I don’t know what the medicine is … please doctor, thank you ..
Pain in the calves can come from the muscles, bones, joints, skin. Pain in the calves can certainly interfere with activities. There are several conditions that can cause pain in the calves, including:
Muscle cramps for example due to strenuous activity, sudden movements, dehydration, and muscle injuries including muscle sprains Muscle strains, for example in fatigue or overuse Shin splints, where yeri is felt along the shin bone due to the pressure of the calf muscles against the shin until inflammation occurs Inflammation of the tendons due to overuse of joints A history of injuries that lead to fractures or fractures and compartment syndrome Nerve disorders such as diabetic neuropathy and sciatica Deep vein thrombosis (blood clotting) Because of the many possibilities, it can be difficult to determine the cause of your calf pain without conducting an in-person examination. In the meantime you can try to do the following tips:
Cold compress on the first 3 days if there is a history of injury Then do warm compresses Rest your feet and reduce excess activity Hold your feet with a pillow while lying down Do stretches, as well as warm up and cool down sufficiently if you are going to exercise Take painkillers if necessary If after 3 days the pain is in the calf is not getting better, or if there is a history of injury and impact, I suggest that you see a doctor directly so that further tests can be done to determine the cause of the pain in the calf. Then you will be given maximum treatment by the doctor.
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y