Back Pain Radiates To The Legs And Is Accompanied By Tingling Sensation?
Hello r nDok, I want to ask you. I am a mother with three children 1 28 years old. Snin, I am attacking, I have been attacked and not, I just sneezed on my back, I didn’t like an electric shock, I just sneezed. Every time I walk I will feel the shock and feel like I want to fall on my back. R n We were experiencing pinched nerves, then I was irritated and blood checked (because my feet tingled frequently). R nI was given medicine. Now, it hasn’t been as close as it is because the results of the irritability came out today at the right time during practice, it closed so it was a week and a week. R nI am concerned now that my back to the toes of my feet still skits. Appli if I wake up from sleep, I have a sciatic pain on my back and legs as left. Maybe about 5-10 minutes of the pass. That’s it, it’s a bit of a reduction, but it’s still a problem. Why can I do that ?? r nBut thank God, since the nerves gave me the medicine, I never had an electric shock. Left behind, part of the back to the left spreads to the buttocks, thighs to the feet. I still saw the skit when I walked and sat but it was really bad when I just woke up. And I have not yet delivered the nerves because they are still very late. R nCan that be so ?? r nBoth hands are still tingling, sx sx if you want to sleep. R nKra2 What should I do to reduce the score . thank you
Hello, nurmarifatun, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Back pain that radiates to the legs and is accompanied by tingling is a characteristic sign of irritation of the spinal cord called the ischiadicus nerve. There are many causes of irritation to this nerve, for example:
1. HNP (hernia nucleus pulposus): a condition in which the spinal cord protrudes towards the nerve so that the nerve becomes irritated / pinched
2. Spinal stenosis: a condition in which there is narrowing of the passage through the spinal cord
3. Spondylolisthesis: one of the vertebrae protrudes towards the nerve
4. There is a tumor / lump on the spinal cord
To determine the exact cause, a direct examination by a doctor or neurologist is needed as well as supporting examinations such as x-rays, CT-scans, or MRI. Treatment includes painkillers, neuroprotective vitamins, physiotherapy to maximize existing functions and treat their causes.
In mild cases of pinched nerves, the doctor will recommend physiotherapy and lifestyle changes, while in more severe cases it may be advisable to wear a special support belt until surgery.
Sciatic pain like this will be more painful if there is a change in position. To reduce pain, you can take pain relievers from your doctor or take paracetamol or ibuprofen. In addition, rest the affected area, do not move much, do not lift or pull heavy weights. Use a warm compress or apply a pain cream to the affected area. Avoid pushing. Consult your doctor when you meet tomorrow about your complaint.
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