Thighs Ache After Exercise?
Please help, like a bit of my story in law, jump up to 200x then I feel swollen on my thighs and if I walk or sit a little pain like there is swelling, why? Please answer me, I will work hard
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the discomfort you are experiencing.
Symptoms of pain in the thigh can be caused by several possibilities, which often include:
Muscle problems, for example: muscle sprains or tendons (strains)
Bone / joint problems, for example: history of trauma, ligament injury (sprain), broken bones, joint dislocation
Problems with blood vessels, for example: interruption of arterial blood flow (peripheral arterial disease) or back arteries (deep vein thrombosis)
Nerve problems, for example: spinal cord clamping
Risk factors for symptoms of thigh pain include strenuous activity, sitting or staying in a certain position for a long time, obesity, diabetes mellitus, smoking habits, and side effects of using certain medications. Does not rule out the possibility that physical activity that you do it triggers symptoms of thigh pain, especially if without precedence and ending with stretching (stretching) muscles.
Because complaints of thigh pain have interfered with your activities, we advise you to check directly with your doctor or orthopedic specialist so that you can be evaluated and treated appropriately. The doctor will perform anamnesis, physical examination, and supporting examinations according to the indications found, for example x-rays or ultrasonography (USG).
To help reduce the symptoms of pain, you can use over-the-counter pain relievers, such as paracetamol, at doses following the rules of use listed on the drug packaging. In addition, you are also advised to rest the painful leg, apply a cold compress to the thigh that hurts for 10-15 minutes every 2-3 hours, and support the leg with a pillow when lying down.
To enrich insight, you can read articles about muscle pain. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.