Does Frequent Bloating Affect The Spinal Cord Pain?
AssalamualaikumDok, my ankles and soles feel stiff when walking, after sitting too long and my left waist precisely on the buttocks last Sunday it hurt until it tilted to the left of the road, then I took it to the masseuse, he said nerves clamped. After it heals to sometimes it still hurts when on the move, stand up for a while se0026amp; sit for a while already feels pain, how do you manage it so it doesn’t get worse? And Is it true that colds / bloating that can too often affect the spinal cord and cause nerve pain?
Hello, thanks for the question.
Pain in the supply can be caused by several things, for example due to:
Trauma or injury to bones and joints Inflammation of the joints by gout Narrowing joint gaps or lack of joint fluid (osteoarthritis), which is usually exacerbated in people who are overweight, often perform heavy activities, etc. Autoimmune diseases of the bones and joints such as rheumatoid arthritis Disorders of the nerves, such as HN, or pinched nerves and so on. Flatulence does not affect spinal cord disorders, disorders of the spinal nerves are most often caused by trauma or injury, inflammation, infection, and so forth. Flatulence signifies disturbance to the digestive system, flatulence is most often caused due to increased stomach acid. Gastric acid increases due to:
Unhealthy lifestyles, such as smoking, consuming too much caffeine, alcohol, soft drinks, eating too fast or too much. Eating too spicy, fatty, oily foods Irregular eating H. pylori infection Stress or psychological factors Disorders of the digestive tract or complications of certain medical conditions Gastric cancer. Side effects of drugs, such as antibiotics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) commonly used to reduce pain, and others. To overcome the pain in the waist and joints, you should consult a doctor, the doctor will conduct additional examinations and examinations such as blood tests, X-rays, CT scan, and so forth. Handling will be adjusted to the cause of the complaint that occurred. You can take over-the-counter pain relievers at pharmacies to temporarily reduce pain before consulting a doctor, reduce physical activity that can cause excessive joint movement and that can cause pain, eat healthy and nutritious food, have adequate fluid needs, get enough rest, and avoid stress, cigarettes, and alcohol.
Thus, hopefully it helps.