Toddler’s Feet And Fingers Are Stiff And Sore When They Wake Up In The Morning?
Good afternoon, my 4-year-old son, 2 days when he woke up in the morning complaining, even crying because his legs were stiff and his fingers hurt
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Assembled complaints experienced by your mother your child in the form of stiff feet and sore fingers, should be equipped with some relevant information such as when when these symptoms are experienced, how long stiffness lasts, whether stiffness is accompanied by twitching of fingers, whether during stiffness the child is still conscious and can be invited to communicate, whether the stiffness is triggered by something like loud noise or something shocking, whether the child has had a history of trauma or falls, whether the child has a history of difficulties in the birth process, how the child's growth and development so far, and whether in the family there has been a history of similar ones. Based on complaints that mothers submit, there is a possibility that the diagnosis is still very broad, some of which are related, i.e.
- Rheumatoid arthritis (Juvenille rheumatoid arthritis)
- Seizure conditions
- Increased muscle tone (hypertonia)
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that causes inflammatory and stiff reactions with a duration of> 6 weeks in the joints experienced by children aged <15 years. Symptoms that are felt are usually painful and stiff joints, especially in the morning or after resting. Frequent locations are the knee joint, hand joint area and leg joint. Other symptoms that sometimes accompany are weight loss, lack of red blood cells, fever that occurs.
Seizure conditions can cause symptoms in the form of stiffness called tonic type seizures and can occur in certain parts of the body not the whole body which is called a type of focal seizure. In a seizure condition. This condition is associated with a disturbance in the brain's relationship system. In the condition of seizures can usually be accompanied by decreased consciousness, other types of seizures in the form of twitching or twitching throughout the body, accompanied by fever, dizziness, strange feelings, or feel the smell of something unusual, flashes of light.
Increased muscle tone is a stiff muscular condition that occurs due to chronically wrinkled muscles, the symptoms that appear are usually tight fists or difficulty releasing certain objects. One of these stiffnesses is common in a movement or coordination disorder called cerebral palsy because the brain experiences the kelinan to send signals to certain muscle groups. Usually in this case the progression of stiffness worsens to a greater portion of the muscles.
In the rigid condition of the hands and feet, it should be given more attention to matters related to trauma to the child, a history of abnormalities during birth, a history of growth and development. While at home can be helped by stimulating the child to move the hands and feet in a relaxed manner with the help of passive movements by parents. Children are invited to train small muscles regularly. However, it would be better if the symptoms persist brought to consult with a pediatrician so that it can be known with certainty the cause of the anxiety experienced by the child so that treatment can be expected after the child's condition.
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