The Lower Right Thigh Of The Back Is Painful?
hello, I have almost a week the right leg on the back of my lower thigh feels weak and hurts when I walk or pile a load on that part. I am still a grade 10 student and my school has a moving class system where I have to walk to the next class. Because of this I have difficulty walking or going down and up stairs using my right foot. Before getting this pain I did not do heavy activities at all. Strangely, this pain healed slowly and the next day it will reappear. Example: -When I wake up in the morning I can still move to the bathroom and my feet do not hurt-after preparing myself I wait for my sister in the living room and when I want to stand up to go to the toilet, my thigh immediately feels tug and I have to sit back – the pain + the pull continues until about 11-after 11, my legs feel better and I can walk and run normally-I come home from school at 3 and I usually do homework and sometimes take a nap so I can have energy, right now my legs can still walk-when I wake up from the afternoon sleep and want to find food, my legs feel weak again and I can’t walk-the pain continues until the night so I feel difficulty when I want to change position I feel pain when I walk with my right foot resting on my right foot erlari-up and down stairs using my right foot-raise my right foot 7cm from the ground-raise my foot to the side 6cm from my left foot-bend my legs while sleeping-raise my legs 2 cm during sleep I’ve tried using a patch but it doesn’t work. If you know about this problem, please immediately reply to my question, thank you!
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The conditions that you experience can occur due to several possibilities, including:
Infection or inflammation
Further tests are needed to confirm your condition, because information is needed such as whether there is a lump in the area of pain, whether there is redness, whether the pain is only bent or all the time, and various other information that can be useful in determining the diagnosis and treatment that is right for you . Did not rule out the possibility of X-rays also needed to ensure its condition. Therefore, we recommend that you consult your orthopedist to get all these examinations.
In the meantime, limit your activities as much as possible, warm compresses to the painful part, maintain ideal body weight, may take over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use listed, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.