The Hard Lump On The Thigh That Has Been Chronic And The Joint Of The Left Leg Feels Sore?
The pain in your left leg does not necessarily occur due to a lump that has been there since the age of 10, especially if the lump does not increase rapidly and this complaint has only been experienced at this time, whereas since the age of 10 there have been no complaints. Even so, it is still possible that the two are related. So it is necessary to do a direct examination of Galih directly to be able to ascertain whether the type of lump is something that can cause pain in the joint.
There are various types of lumps that can arise in the thigh area, for example
Lipoma, is fat tissue that is excessively body fat, but take it easy, this lipoma is not dangerous and does not cause pain. Cyst, cyst is a sac that normally does not exist, most cysts are not dangerous, while the contents of the cyst sac can vary from fluids, semi-solid tissue, to solid tissue Warts, are lumps on the skin due to viral infection Scar tissue and keloids Tumors / cancer, the tumor itself refers to the condition of a lump, but if this tumor develops rapidly and damages the surrounding tissue or even other tissue in the body it is called cancer. Because of its destructive nature to other tissues, cancer can endanger health.
Meanwhile, the pain in the joints of the feet can occur due to the asymmetrical habit of standing-walking and sitting, for example relying on one side of the body or having experienced an injury to the leg that has complaints such as falling, forming, etc. However, all of the conditions above are not necessarily experienced by Galih, because it is necessary to do an examination first to be able to know for sure what condition is actually experienced by Galih, the doctor needs to conduct a question and answer session regarding medical history and complaints and perform a basic physical examination, later If the information obtained cannot describe in detail, further tests such as X-rays, ultrasound, blood tests, and others may be needed.
If you have a habit of only relying on one side of the body when sitting-walking-standing then this habit should be changed, try asking people around you if you have this tendency because often people themselves are not aware that they often do this. Then when working / studying / doing activities, try to keep the position symmetrical and comfortable, namely by changing the position of the chair and table height (if you are active on the work / study table).
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