Chills And Discomfort In The Back And Legs Accompanied By Dizziness, Nausea?
Hello …, I want to ask …. r nPhoto: My lower back feels hot and cold, feels like someone who has just put on the balm / patch … but for now I’m not wearing the patch / balm. Head also a little dizzy. D around the bottom of the feet are the same and now feel a little nauseous. R nThank you
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Discomfort (chills) around the lower back and legs, accompanied by dizziness and nausea in women can indicate the following conditions:
Hormonal changes, for example when approaching menstruation, early pregnancy, or nearing menopause Pregnancy disorders, such as ectopic pregnancy Fatigue, lack of sleep Experiencing psychological stress, such as stress, sadness, depression, anxiety Anemia (low blood hemoglobin) Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) Hypotension ( low blood pressure) Endometriosis (abnormal growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus) Disorders of the spine, for example a pinched nerve, viral or bacterial infection, for example sinusitis, gastrointestinal infections, urinary tract infections, pelvic inflammation, dengue fever, typhoid fever, meningitis Dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), etc. How many days have you experienced the above complaints? Has your body temperature increased more than normal? Do you experience menstrual cycle disorders, bowel movements, vomiting, blurred vision, or other complaints?
In fact, the complaints you experience are very diverse and do not specifically refer to one particular disease. Therefore, in order to narrow the diagnosis of your complaint, we recommend that you check with your doctor directly. Thus, the doctor can perform a thorough examination, including supporting tests, such as laboratory or X-rays, if necessary. In the meantime, you can first reduce your complaints with the steps below:
Compress the uncomfortable lower back area with warm water or ice cubes (choose the one that makes the complaint better) Wear comfortable clothing, pants, and footwear. Get more rest, walk less, hunch over or squat Manage your emotions wisely Avoid massaging your back and legs that feel uncomfortable. Eat and drink that is healthy and nutritious. Exercise regularly to maintain stamina. Hopefully this helps.