Why Bones Feel Unbearable When Touched?

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Hay doctor. My name is Ahyar Maliki from Lombok, NTB. I want to ask about my bone disease. My bones really feels sick when touched and the pain can’t stand it. Please help how to cure it, thank you.

1 Answer:

Hello, then

Thank you for the question.

A body that feels painful even if it is touched is not always caused by bone problems. Could be, this pain comes from disorders of the skin, muscles, joints, blood vessels, internal organs, and even certain psychological disorders.

Before answering your question, it should be clarified first, which part of the body is the most painful? Are there other complaints that appear besides pain? How long have you had this complaint?

Here are some conditions that might trigger your complaint:

Poor nutrition
Rheumatoid arthritis

Viral or bacterial infections, such as chikungunya, leprosy, influenza, dengue fever, Lyme disease, shingles
Others, for example psychosomatic disorders, peripheral arterial disease, vasculitis, osteoarthritis, muscle cramps, multiple sclerosis, peripheral neuropathy, etc.

As you can observe in our explanation above, that your complaint can represent so many diseases, ranging from mild, to dangerous. Therefore, before you get worse condition, you should immediately consult a doctor or neurologist. Physical examination, assisted by support, such as blood tests, x-rays, electromyography, and so on will be a doctor will do so that the diagnosis of your condition can be established and handled properly.

At this time, the steps below you can do first:

Do not wear tight clothes and made from rough
Get more rest
Take paracetamol when pain is quite severe
Do not carelessly massage the painful body
Eat more foods rich in vitamins B1, B6, B12, calcium, potassium, magnesium, and other neurotropic vitamins and minerals
Do not smoke
Stay away from alcohol
Wisely controlling stress well
Exercise for at least 30 minutes a day
Live a lifestyle dehat

Hope this helps ...

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