Back Waist Feels Full When Stretching?
I am 18 years old, when I do a waist stretching, my left and right hips are always full or stuck, that is, when my body is turned to the left and right. Is what I’m experiencing including kidney-related symptoms?
Hello Dimas, Thank you for the question.
Do you mean feeling full or restrained? Is it discomfort (either achy or painful)? Discomfort in the waist area related to body movements is generally caused by muscle tension. Muscle tension can occur if you have the wrong posture, such as sitting, bending, or other body movements. In addition to muscle tension, discomfort in the waist area can also be caused by disorders of the kidneys, for example due to kidney infections, kidney cysts, or kidney stones. However, in general, if you have problems with your kidneys, you will also experience other complaints such as pain with BAK, frequent BAK, changes in urine color, difficulty holding BAK, feeling incomplete after BAK, fever, nausea, vomiting. Furthermore, vertebrae narrowing and a pinched nerve can also cause discomfort, or pain, in the waist.
If this complaint has been going on for some time and bothers you, please consult your doctor directly. Apart from asking and understanding your complaint further, the doctor also needs to examine you. The doctor will also perform other tests such as urine tests, ultrasound, X-rays, CT scans, or MRI to help find the cause. If the cause is known, the doctor will determine the appropriate treatment for you.
Please do the following suggestions:
pay attention to how you stretch your muscles, stretch your muscles slowly, avoid sudden body movements. Improve your posture when sitting or bending over, consume more water, avoid the habit of holding BAK, do warm compresses on areas that feel uncomfortable. Hopefully this information is useful.