What Is The Cure For The Complaint?
Please inform, my father is 58 years old. He has complaints that his thighs feel hot, but only on the inside, if touched from the outside, it doesn’t feel hot, according to the doctor who handles the heat because he has 17 oxalate stones on the right side of the kidney and has been removed through surgery! After that, it turned out that the left kidney also contained 7 stones and it was still 0.5mm in size! It turned out that after the operation the complaint was still hot on the thigh !! nThank you for your attention
Hi Aliem, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Pain and burning in the inner thigh can indeed be caused by stones in the urinary tract. However, these symptoms can also be caused by a variety of other possibilities, for example:
there is a blockage in the blood vessels in the herniated thigh area (if accompanied by a lump in the groin or scrotum) interference with the hip joint (for example, osteoarthritis in the hip joint) disorders of the muscles and ligaments in the thigh area (for example, an injury or tear occurs in muscle or ligament) herpes zoster infection in the thigh there is a pinch of the nerves that come out of the spine. You should take your father to a neurologist if your father still feels a burning sensation on the inside of his thigh. The doctor can perform a neurological examination of your father, including a sensory skin examination. The doctor can order additional examinations such as an EMG (electromyogram), or examinations such as CT scan and MRI if there is suspicion of a disturbance in the pelvis, spine, or spinal cord nerves.
For now, several things that can be done include:
Doing warm compresses on areas that experience weight loss disorders if there is excess body weight do regular exercise with an intensity that is adjusted to your father's ability to rest his feet, avoid activities that require excessive leg movement
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