Hi and thanks for query,
Its very important to get an appropriate diagnosis for this shall actually determine further management. An appropriate clinical examination is mandatory. Depending on the mode of onset of the pain, intensity, duration, aggravating and relieving factors with the accompanying signs and symptoms, and how it respons to specific drugs are key aspects in the diagnostic and management process. Any notion of trauma is worth signaling. An X ray
, blood tests to loook for markers of inflammation (CrP, ESR
) and appropriate tests for common autoimmune and inflammatory disorders should be appropraite in making a diagnosis and drawing up a convenient and adapated management plan.
I suggest you visit your primary care
physician for better care. Thanks and hope this helps,