Causes Of Pain In The Spine?

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Good night. I’m Selvy, 28 years old. Want to ask .. I often get pain in my spine, it’s been almost 1 year. I have checked with a bone specialist but there has been no answer until now .. I have done an Xray, CT scan too .. So far because there has been no treatment so if I feel sick .. I only take ibuprofen to relieve the pain of TBS with drinking formula 1 time a day. My question … Are there any side effects if I consume ibuprofen frequently? Can you say that I have spinal TB? Thank you for the enlightenment. Regards

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Hello!

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Pain in your spine that needs to be examined and examined further. Since when symptoms begin to be felt, whether factors are thought to trigger spinal pain, pain characteristics (aches, punctures, burning), pain intensity, distribution of pain, history of trauma or accident, history of previous spinal disease, history of treatment has been done to reduce symptoms (medication, sequencing, and so on).

Pain in the spine can be caused by several possibilities, including injuries to the muscles, tendons, spinal ligaments, fractures or fractures of the spine, nervous system disorders of the spine such as pinched nerves, bumps on the spine, infections of the spinal arrangement , spinal arrangement abnormalities (lordosis, kyphosis, scoliosis), excessive use of spinal area muscles. The condition of tuberculosis in the spine is generally established by tuberculosis infection that is experienced or the presence of gibbus in spinal examination.

It should be noted that after examination with X-ray and CT Scan and examination of the relevant doctor, it is advisable to return to control / consultation regarding your condition. This needs to be done so that the relevant doctor can plan management according to your condition. Consumption of pain medications can be done, but further analysis is needed to find out the underlying cause of your condition.

Ibuprofen is a type of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug. Ibuprofen can have a function as a painkiller. The consumption of ibuprofen once a day is still in a safe dose for consumption and generally does not cause side effects. The following are some of the side effects that can arise from ibuprofen consumption, including hypersensitivity reactions, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, heartburn, digestive disorders, diarrhea, headache, vomiting blood, peptic ulcers, black stools or bloody stools.

If the spinal pain is found to be heavy, hypersensitivity reactions to drugs where spots appear, itching throughout the body, the face looks swollen, shortness of breath, immediately come to the nearest health center / ER. Not recommended to do heavy activities, lifting heavy loads, avoiding bending or conditions that cause pain, do not take medication alone without doctor's instructions.

Hopefully this information can help you,

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