Back Pain That Doesn’t Get Better After Massage?
Hello, at first my husband complained of back pain and asked for a massage .. I slowly followed the groove of his bones .. But because of his innate self-indulgence he held his stomach until it tightened like someone in a little bit. But the day after that my husband complained that his backache was not healed and complained of another pain, his stomach was like tugging (the condition is like in clikitin). I was confused about whether my husband should be ordered or if there is medical treatment. Thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Basically tickling someone is harmless. Some people are easily amused, and some are not. And there are certain body parts that are more sensitive to touch so it's easier to feel amused. But tickling someone isn't necessarily dangerous.
Regarding your husband's condition, the condition he experiences can occur due to muscle injuries, lifting too heavy weights, wrong position when doing physical activity, and inflammation of the joints and bones. Our advice is that you should take your husband to a general practitioner first for examination. If it is assessed that this is a problem with the muscles, the doctor will give your husband medicine, and then you can do another massage on his back. But of course, if this makes him feel amused and uncomfortable, there's no need to do it.
If according to the doctor this is not due to muscle problems, but bone, or even nerve problems, do not massage it, take medication that is given regularly, warm compresses to the painful area, reduce physical activity, do not lift heavy weights, and if the pain persists, return for evaluation. and referred to the specialist if necessary. So, hopefully it answers your question.