There Was A Lump In The Ankle And The Right Ankle Felt Hot?
In the morning, my left ankle feels a lump (the squat can’t be maximal) and sometimes the right ankle feels hot + swollen. I checked the blood in the lab results of normal uric acid … normal cholesterol … negative rheumatism, confused me. sorry, what do you think my wrist hurts? please advise and thank you very much before.
Thank you for the question.
The ankles and ankles that feel lumpy, hot, and swollen, are indeed likely to indicate your joints are inflamed. Not only gout (gout arthritis) and rheumatism (rheumatoid arthritis), arthritis can also be triggered by other reasons, such as psoriasis, sepsis, and so on. Not only is it hot, swollen, and lumpy, inflamed joints will generally feel warm, reddish, and stiff when moved. This condition can attack a variety of joints, including the ankle.
In addition to arthritis, there are many other conditions that can also cause complaints as you experience, for example muscle cramps, joint dislocations, ligament injuries, infections (eg cellulitis, abscesses, chikungunya, dengue fever, influenza), nerve disorders, vascular disorders blood, metabolic disorders, and so on.
To be clear, you can check yourself back to the doctor. Usually, through physical examination, coupled with x-rays, laboratory tests, or other supporting examinations, the cause of your complaint can be identified properly and given appropriate treatment. It could also, later you will be referred to an orthopedic surgeon or internist. In the meantime, what needs to be done is:
Warm compresses or apply pain relief creams on ankles and ankles that don't feel comfortable Don't carelessly massage or ring your ankles and ankles Get plenty of rest, position your swollen feet higher when you sleep Always use comfortable footwear during activities Don't use tight pants and narrow shoes Regular exercise to stretch the muscles around your feet, for example by swimming, yoga, static biking Maintain your ideal body weight Hopefully this helps ...