Causes Of The Back Like Being Pricked When The Body Fever?
Hello, a month ago there were many red spots on my body, especially around my chest, stomach, and groin, but I didn’t feel itchy. On the back of the back and hands there are also many bruntus. I went to the dermatologist who said it was like a prickly heat, and was given an inflammation medication for the skin, a thinly applied ointment and a moisturizer but the medicine I didn’t take. Well, now the spots and bruntus are gone, but I feel like my back is being pricked by a needle when my body temperature gets hot but doesn’t last long and then disappears, is this still a continuation of the prickly heat? because before pimples appear I have never felt like this or because of inflammatory drugs that I don’t take?
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There is a history of skin with a skin rash that spreads on your body and your dermatologist states that the condition is caused by prickly heat, so if this complaint has improved, it generally does not cause comorbid complaints in the form of a sore or sore back, especially when body temperature rises. So that complaints of pain or pain in your back that you feel may be caused by other conditions.
Inflammatory drugs that you drink in general can help reduce complaints of inflammation of the skin and can also help reduce pain complaints on your back, because pain complaints that arise are a form of inflammation in the joints or muscles of your back area. So the inflammatory medication you take may not be the cause of your back pain.
With the time difference between your skin rash and your back pain that is already a month away or maybe a few weeks or days from your skin rash complaint, this back pain complaint may be triggered by another medical condition, such as:
1. a stomach upset or indigestion
2. back / spine muscle tension
3. respiratory disorders
4. infection, especially if complaints of back pain accompanied by fever. Infection can be a viral or bacterial infection, either in the form of side effects from strep throat or flu
5. disorders of the spine, such as nerve compression
6. interference on the kecing channel system
7. physical fatigue or lack of sleep
Therefore, for complaints of back pain that you currently feel, you should consult directly with your family doctor or neurologist. The doctor will evaluate and determine the cause. The doctor can plan interviews, physical examinations and investigations needed, such as radiological examinations or blood tests. The results of the examination will be a reference for your care and treatment.
For now, if you feel or experience excessive physical fatigue or lack of sleep, then you should control this condition and restore your body's stamina. Avoid smoking and avoid strenuous activities during this recovery period.
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