What Causes Left Chest And Back Knee Pain When Legged?
My doctor is 34 years old.
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Pain in the left chest can be a sign of a disruption in the heart arteries or a condition we call coronary heart disease. In stable coronary heart disease or pain in patients with diabetes, the pain can be felt not too severe. Maybe you can clarify, whether the pain you feel when you do what activities and whether the pain decreases if you rest. You should also explain to your doctor how long your pain has felt, persisted or persistent, and since when you first felt this complaint. If the doctor suspects a heart problem after you have been examined directly by a doctor, the doctor will recommend that you undergo a heart record (ECG) examination. In addition to heart causes, chest pain can also be caused by stomach acid disorders, disorders of the muscles, and various other causes. Immediately come to the nearest hospital emergency room if you feel chest pain that feels heavy and does not decrease after you rest.
Joints that feel stiff and painful are usually harmless and can heal on their own without special treatment. However, sometimes some types of pain in the joints require long-term treatment and can cause quite serious complications. It is most likely that your stiff joints are due to age. As you get older, joint fluid decreases, so the joints become stiff when you maintain the position of the joints in one particular position. If the pain you feel is sudden, you need to be aware of possible injuries to your joints. You also need to be vigilant if your knees look swollen, red and feel warm. You can consult further with an orthopedic specialist to be examined directly. Meanwhile, you can take over-the-counter painkillers to reduce the pain you feel. Avoid being in certain positions (for example cross-legged) for a long time. You can try cycling or swimming for 30 minutes a day to strengthen the muscles around the knee, so that pain can be reduced.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.