The Leg Often Hurts And Feels Lumpy When Straightened?
Hello, I have felt something strange in my 2 months. My legs often hurt like cramps but no more painful than actual cramps. Besides that, my legs are also difficult to straighten, like someone is blocking them. So, if I want to straighten, like there is noise and aching on my left leg. I guess it’s caused by what and I have to how to deal with my feet. Thank you
Hello Febri! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Pain in the legs or feet can be unclear at first. Cramps are sudden muscle contractions or strains that cause pain for several seconds to several minutes. In addition to cramps, pain usually occurs due to injury, but can also be caused by various other diseases, such as inflammation of the joints. Inflammation in the joints can cause pain and stiffness in the joints (for example, your knees or ankles can be difficult to straighten as you said). There are various types of inflammation in the joints, based on the process of damage to the joint. To determine the type of inflammation in the joint that is happening to you and how it is treated accordingly, you should consult an orthopedic doctor. As I mentioned before, the possibility of other diseases is still possible. The orthopedic doctor will examine you directly to determine suspicion. You may be asked to undergo further tests. The doctor will then explain to you about the disruption in your feet and how to deal with the complaint. In the meantime, try to lose your weight if you are overweight. You should also start physical activities such as cycling or swimming for 30 minutes per day. At home, rest your feet well. While sleeping, you can prop up a pillow under your knee.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.