The Right Foot Hurts As If Pulled While Sneezing?
Good morning, I want to ask some of you today, I have a cold and just yesterday when I sneezed, my right leg hurt like it was tugging on my nerves. ? thank you
Foot pain can be described by the patient as a sharp feeling such as pricking, dull pain, tingling, feeling like being shocked, and so on. Pain in the feet can arise due to abnormalities in the skin, abnormalities in the skin under the skin, abnormalities of muscles and ligaments, tendon abnormalities (tendinitis), abnormalities in blood and nerve circulation, to bone disorders. To determine which abnormality is causing pain in your feet is certainly needed a direct examination by a doctor.
Some disorders that can be related to leg pain are:
Muscle strain (sprained)
Deep vein thrombosis
Broken bones, including old bone fractures
Sneezing that is too hard can also aggravate the pain that already exists in the muscles and most often is back pain / low back pain. Patients with spinal abnormalities such as HNP (hernia nucleus pulposus) with sciatic complaints (pain that radiates from the buttocks to the lower limbs) can be exacerbated if the patient sneezes loudly.
Acute pain due to old fractures will usually improve without special treatment. However, chronic pain that accompanies broken bones usually requires pain management in the form of drugs or physiotherapy. New specific conditions in the legs also need to be sought to determine the right diagnosis and appropriate treatment for disorders that provide complaints of pain.