Why Do The Thighs Ache For 4 Months On Men?
Good morning .. r nAlready 4 months I feel my thighs ache .. r nIn 4 months time 3x already went to a neurologist but there is no improvement .. r nMore painful it feels when I wake up from sleeping place to sit and can’t stand straight … r nUntil now I am standing slightly tilted to the right .. r n Is this a problem of the bone or nerve .. ??
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Pain that feels around the thighs to the calves, especially when you wake up from sleep can be a sign of interference with the joints due to rheumatoid arthritis (RA).
RA itself reflects a chronic inflammation in the joints that occurs due to autoimmune disorders, namely a disorder in which immune cells invade the cells in the body itself that are healthy, because it is considered as a dangerous foreign substance, when in fact it is not. This condition can not only attack the joints around the thighs and calves, but also the joints in other body areas, such as fingers and toes. Often, in addition to aching in the joints, RA sufferers will also experience swelling and warmth in the joints, stiffness when moved, and a variety of systemic symptoms, such as weakness, fatigue, fever, and weight loss dramatically. Complaints in these joints can worsen in the morning when you wake up, and often improve when moved.
In addition to the effects of RA, it could also, aching in the thighs and calves caused by other triggers, for example:
Nerve disorders, such as the result of pinched spinal nerves, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, vitamin deficiency or neurotropic minerals
Vascular disorders, such as due to peripheral arterial disease, deep vein thrombosis
Muscle disorders and supporting tissues, such as fibromyalgia, bursitis, tendonitis
Internal organ disorders, for example lymphadenitis, kidney stones, inguinal hernias, varicoceles
Psychosomatic disorders, and so on
Have you checked your complaint to the doctor? If not, this is the best time to check your complaint directly to a doctor or neurologist. That way, the doctor can give you the best management tailored to the cause of your complaint. Further tests, such as laboratory tests, x-rays, ultrasound, CT scans, joint fluid examination, electromyography, etc. can also be done by a doctor to ascertain the cause of your pain.
So that complaints improve, you can first do the steps below:
Do not massage the thighs and aching calves
Compress with warm water on the aching side, press a little until the shiny decreases
Use comfortable pants
Do not use high heels
Keep your weight so that it's not too fat
Do not always activities too tired
Be diligent in exercising 3 to 5 times a week, especially sports that involve stretching legs, such as swimming, yoga, gymnastics
Do not smoke
Take the medicine for paracetamol first when you ache very unbearably
Hope this helps ...