The Causes And Ways Of Dealing With Fingers Are Often Cramps And Pain?
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Assembled complaints that are experienced in the form of stiff fingers, should be equipped with some related information such as when when these symptoms are experienced, how long stiffness lasts, whether stiffness is accompanied by twitching on the fingers, whether the stiffness is triggered by something like high uric acid levels or sound hard or surprising, has there been a history of trauma or falls, is there a history of autoimmune diseases such as lupus. Based on complaints that mothers submit, there is a possibility that the diagnosis is still very broad, some of which are related, i.e.
Rheumatoid arthritis (Juvenille rheumatoid arthritis)
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that causes inflammatory and stiff reactions with a duration of> 6 weeks in the joints. Symptoms that are felt are usually painful and stiff joints, especially in the morning or after resting. Frequent locations are the knee joint, hand joint area and leg joint. Other symptoms that sometimes accompany are weight loss, lack of red blood cells, fever that occurs.
Gout arthritis is an inflammatory condition in the joint area that occurs due to the buildup of uric acid crystals usually occurs in people who have high uric acid levels in the blood. Complaints that are felt are usually pain in small joints, especially in the toes that can be accompanied by swelling, redness, and even experience protrusion called tofus. Some risk factors are consuming lots of foods high in uric acid such as green vegetables, gnetum, jackfruit vegetables, viscera, and animal brains.
Osteoarthritis arthritis is inflammation that usually occurs in large joints, one of which is the knee which is the burden of the pedestal. Some risk factors that trigger are people with obesity, excessive use of joints such as lutu joints which are often used to squat.
While at home can be helped with stimulation to move the hands and feet in a relaxed manner with the help of movements by others with passive assistance. Getting used to train small muscles regularly. Avoid repetitive activities that trigger pain when it feels painful should be rested. However, it would be better if the symptoms persist brought to consult with a doctor of internal medicine so that it can be known with certainty the cause of anxiety experienced and treatment is expected to be in accordance with the child's condition.
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