Causes Of Right Upper Back Pain?
I want to ask . This is why, right above the waist a little to the right, it felt painful yesterday, why?
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Pain at the top of the right waist if the intensity is mild and not accompanied by other severe complaints is often not dangerous. This pain can arise due to muscle pain associated with muscle injury, for example when you make daily movements with an un ergonomic body posture. Pain like this can usually go away on its own without requiring special treatment from a doctor, for example by applying warm or cold compresses, applying pain relievers (for example those containing paracetamol), increasing rest, and minimizing excessive activity related to contraction of the lumbar muscles, such as when lifting heavy objects, walking long distances, running around excessively, or also bending for too long.
However, if the pain you experience is severe enough, does not improve within 3 days, does not subside with the natural treatment as mentioned above, or appears accompanied by more severe complaints, such as fever, chills, urination disorders, bowel obstruction, vomiting, menstrual disorders, numbness or weakness of the lower limbs, etc., you should not underestimate it. Check with yourself directly to the doctor so that a deeper evaluation is carried out. Some diseases may underlie the pain, for example:
Pinching nerve, occurs when nerve fibers in the spine are compressed, usually related to spinal injury, spinal curvature abnormalities, and tumors or infections that force the spine
Ovarian cysts, fluid-filled sacs that form in the ovaries as a result of impaired egg maturation
Endometriosis, abnormal growth of endometrial tissue (tissue in the uterine wall) outside the uterus, can be in the ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, vagina, or abdominal cavity
Pelvic inflammation, inflammation of the uterus, fallopian tubes, and / or ovaries
Fibromyalgia, muscle pain and surrounding connective tissue that appear accompanied by sleep disorders, mood disorders, memory problems, and also a decrease in stamina
Cystitis, inflammation of the bladder
Pyelonephritis, kidney infection
Kidney stones, and so on
Some follow-up tests, such as laboratory tests, x-rays, ultrasound, etc. can also be a doctor recommends that the exact cause of your complaint can be known and given the right treatment. If necessary, the doctor can also refer you to a specialist in internal medicine or other specialists who are appropriately adjusted to the tendency of your illness.
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