Back Pain When Sitting For Too Long?
Hello, Doc whether if the nerve will be sore if you stand up long then sit? Because my back hurts so much when where I stand for a long time and then arrive “squatting / sitting on the floor it will definitely hurt and as if” can’t move at all because it hurts so much.
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the back, it can indeed be caused by one of them by nerve clamps. This condition refers to the emphasis on the nerves in the spine, which can be caused by various factors, such as herniation of the nucleus pulposus, infection or tumors around the spine, degenerative disorders (such as spondylosis), spinal curvature abnormalities (such as scoliosis, lordosis, kyposis) spinal cord injury, and so on. Back pain due to nerve cramps can worsen when you make movements that are too pressing or stretching the spine, including when changing the position of the body from standing to sitting or squatting. Not only pain, nerve clamps also generally will make your body feel numb, tingling, weak, paralyzed, difficult to walk, even experiencing bowel movements, erections, and ejaculation.
Need to be clarified, have you ever seen a doctor and diagnosed with a nerve? What tests have you been through?
In addition to pinched nerves, back pain as you experience it may also arise due to other causes, such as metabolic disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, viral or bacterial infections, muscle pain, fibromyalgia, diabetic neuropathy, psychosomatic disorders, gastroesophageal reflux disease, infection or kidney stones, and so.
Diagnosing the exact cause of back pain should ideally be done directly by a doctor, not only from interviews and physical examinations, but also by supporting examinations, such as x-rays, CT scans, ultrasound, blood tests, and so on. In this way, it can be concluded whether the nerve is the nerve that triggers your complaint, and if so, then what sort of treatment should be done, whether given enough medication, carried out physiotherapy, surgery, or maybe there are other therapeutic modalities.
Therefore, you should reduce pain first by applying pain relievers on your back, multiply rest (use a flat mat and not too soft), multiply do stretch back exercises (such as swimming or yoga), avoid using high-heeled shoes, drinking and eat healthy, not excessive stress, do not carelessly massage your back, and limit all activities or movements that often aggravate or trigger the pain. Finally and last but not least, check your condition directly to the doctor or neurologist at the nearest health facility.
I hope this helps.