Why Experience Pain, Especially When Walking On The Outer Groin Right To The Knee?
hello i am 24-year-old tiodora i have pain in the right outer groin around the buttocks to the knees
Hello Dora, Thank you for the question.
How is the pain you feel, is it continuous or only by the originator? Does this knee bump appear at the same time as the pain? Has the doctor previously made further tests? Did you know the doctor's diagnosis beforehand?
Pain in the outer groin (butt) to the knee can be caused by:
sciatic pain, which is pain that is felt in the pelvic nerve (sciatic nerve), which is located in the pelvic bones, buttocks, to the legs. In addition to pain, sufferers can also feel tingling sensation in the legs, numbness, or weakness in the feet meralgia paresthetica, which is pain caused by an emphasis on the nerves that innervate the skin of the thighs, for example due to the use of tight clothing, obesity, osteoarthritis in the knee. can be caused by: bursitis, tendinitis, Baker cysts, abscesses, and others.
Please consult with your doctor if this complaint has continued for some time and is very disturbing to you. The doctor needs to find out more about this complaint and examine you. Your doctor may suggest further tests such as X-rays, ultrasound, CT scan, MRI. Further treatment will be given by the doctor after ascertaining the cause.
Please do the following suggestions:
avoid activities that can trigger pain do warm compresses on the affected area of paracetamol consumption if the pain worsens avoid trying to solve this lump Hopefully this information is useful.