What Causes Pain In The Left Leg?
Morning. NI am Annisa, 21 years old nI want to ask, I have pain in my left leg, at that time I had massage and after being massaged my legs appeared blue blue but the blue marks were gone, but the pain was in my left leg hasn’t gone away until now, if I’m sneezing my left leg hurts and if I’m active or walking it hurts too. nPlease answer what is the cause of my left leg? nThank you.
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Among the conditions that often cause pain in the legs are the following:
Foot injury Vitamin B1, B6, B12 deficiency Infections around the legs, for example due to herpes zoster, cellulitis Other infections, such as chikungunya, dengue fever, leptospirosis Peripheral artery disease (narrowing of the arteries in the lower leg) Deep vein thrombosis (blood clots in the vessels inner veins) Arthritis, for example due to rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis. Peripheral neuropathy (peripheral nerve damage) Psychosomatic disorders, and so on. Pain in the legs can worsen, for example when you do activities using your feet, for example when walking, running, going up and down stairs, and so on. Sneezing rarely actually triggers aggravation of pain. However, this condition might occur if when you sneeze your leg muscles contract or experience compression.
Our advice, try to relieve the pain in your feet first by using a warm compress while taking paracetamol. Do this several times while resting your feet from excessive activity. In general, mild pain will improve within 1 to 3 days by regularly doing the tips above. However, if the pain does not improve within 3 days, or other signs appear, such as swelling, numbness, muscle weakness, fever, and so on, then don't delay to see a doctor directly so that the best treatment can be given.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nuroutl Fuadah