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The problem of muscle weakness could be attributed to various kinds of childhood disorder that are genetic or also a result of some serious illness currently. Weakness in the muscles is defined as the lack of strength in the individual with trouble doing basic chores, lifting some heavy weights, exercising, etc. Along with fatigue and feeling of weakness, one may also have some pain and ache.
HOW IS MUSCLE WEAKNESS DIAGNOSED?
Diagnosis of the same is done by an orthopaedic who would do some tissue and blood tests along with X-rays and strength tests.
HOW IS MUSCLE WEAKNESS TREATED?
Treatment is based on the underlying condition. Age and medical history of the person also has a role to play. Physical therapy helps along with medications.
DID YOU KNOW?
The possible complications of muscle weakness may include:
• Loss of mobility
• Permanent loss of sensation
• Permanent nerve damage (due to a pinched nerve), including paralysis
• Spread of infection